Professor Inderjeet Parmar

Professor Inderjeet Parmar

Total 7 Posts
  • London, UK.
Professor of International Politics at City, University of London; and Visiting Professor at the London School of Economics, specifically at LSE IDEAS, the foreign policy think tank.

Black Lives Matter must avoid being co-opted by American corporate philanthropy.

5 min read
Corporate foundations are no stranger to co-opting social movements aimed at challenging the deep structures of American inequality.

George Floyd protests show how the US has retreated from its position as a world leader.

5 min read
To be a world leader after 1945, the US had to be seen to be anti-racist. Now it no longer cares who is watching.

Will Stephen Bannon’s return accelerate Trump’s deconstruction?

9 min read
The former White House chief strategist’s return signals the intensification of the bare-knuckle methods and messaging that may make the 2016 campaign seem mild by comparison.

Who will foot the bill for the bailouts? The much-derided public sector.

7 min read
With bailouts for Big Finance and tax-sheltered corporations, working people are paying the costs of the crisis.

The Post-COVID world: Dragging the State back into public services.

7 min read
There is no automatic return to neo-liberal normalcy or US hegemony after the virus has worked its way through world politics.

The growing importance of the Indo-Pacific in the Trump administration’s foreign policy strategy.

5 min read
Driven by self-interest, Trump’s strategy seeks to counter the perceived threat of China by considering the Indo-Pacific region to be a coherent theatre where US influence can operate.

Washington’s newest thinktank is fomenting a revolution in US foreign affairs – and a retreat from interventionism.

4 min read
The Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft threatens to radically realign the politics of US national security.
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