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Political Street Stickers in Resistance to Biopower in Poland

The Case of Krakow During the 2020 Polish Presidential Election Campaign
Journal of Illiberalism Studies 1 no. 1 (2021): 59-78.

“A visual content analysis of pro-LGBT+ stickers posted in Krakow, as an act of resistance to incumbent President Andrzej Duda, whose biopolitical agenda discursively excluded the LGBT+ community from conceptualisations of the Polish nation”

Populist tactics?

Ramzan Kadyrov’s use of football as a political tool during the 2018 FIFA World Cup
in Richard Arnold (2021) (Ed.), Russia and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Routledge.

“The relationship between right-wing populistic politics and the world’s most popular sport is much more complex than simply transposing notions of an exclusive national identity onto the football pitch”

A Taste of Georgia

Far Right Populism with a Unique Georgian Flavour
Populism3(2), 186-222 (2020)

“The prevalence of populist politics, highly influential role of ‘traditional values’ promoted by the Georgian Orthodox Church, and Russian influence, produce a uniquely Georgian ‘flavour’ to far right populist movements in Georgia”

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