Professor Bruno Latour discusses the difficulty of including nature in political talks and decisions, because it is not adequately represented. He then dismantles the Westphalian idea of nation-state identity in favor of an identity based on territory and attachment, giving voice to nature, economic interests, and more.
International Relations at The Time of Gaia-Politics?
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