The Intimate Enemy: Loss and Recovery of Self under Colonialism

A Review By Manish Jung Pulami The author tries to investigate the epistemology of the success of colonies in India. Book delivers an idea of how colonization was not just on land, but it was mentally also. It illustrates the psychology of colonized and colonizers in particular. It also explains the influence it leaves onRead More

Political Geography: World-Economy, Nation-State and Locality – A Review

By Pratik Satyal Political Geography (7th edition) co-authored by Colin Flint and Peter J. Taylor talks about the political framework of the world that has been shaping the world-economy and world-hegemony. His walkthrough over the entire book takes into account the Kondratieff phases which has been described in the first chapter itself. On the otherRead More