Geopolitics, Jurisdictions and Bombing

For a new insight on the slaughter of Fontana Square in Milan, Cucchiarelli, Il segreto di Piazza Fontana, Milano, 2009.
A very compelling inquiry that casts doubt on the convetional, "accepted" report


Costantini on Common Law and Jewish Jurisdiction

C. Costantini has published an essay entitled The Jews and the Common Law: A Question of Traditions and Jurisdictions. An Analysis through W. Scott's Ivanhoe in Textus, 3/2008.
You can purchase this essay here.


A Question of Traditions

In my opinion a deep comprehension of the strategic potentialiaty of "comparative law" - as a discipline, but much more as an intellectual device - requires the mutual and interreleted inquiry on legal traditions and geopolitics traditions.
For a research on geopolitical traditions I suggest D. Atkinson, K. Dodds, Geopolitical Traditions. Critical Histories of a Century of Geopolitical Thought, Routledge, 2000

The most recent Studies on Geopolitics: a selection (2009)

W. Hooker, Carl Schmitt's International Thought: Order and Orientation, Cambridge University Press, 2009
L. Cohen-Tanugi, The Shape of the World to Come: Charting the Geopolitics of a New Century, Columbia University Press, 2009
J.P. Burgess, F. Debrix, M. Lacy, The Geopolitics of American Insecurity: Terror, Power and Foreign Policy, Routledge, 2009
A. Ingram, Spaces of Security and Insecurity, Ashgate, 2009
T. Lenz, From Geopolitics to Geoeconomics, VDM Verlag, 2009
J.Johnson-Freese, Heavenly Ambitions: America's Quest Dominate Space, University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009
T. Schabert, How World Politics is Made: France and the Reunification of Germany; University of Missouri Press, 2009

Understanding the interrelations between Politics and Philosophy: a conference

Filosofia e politica: paradigmi, stili, controversie, Milano, 27 ottobre 2009.
For the conference programme click here

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