|Appears in Collections:||History and Politics Reports and Discussion Papers|
|Title:||Feminism, Power, and Nuclear Weapons: An Eye on the P5|
Minami Uchida, Carina
|Citation:||Haastrup T, Minami Uchida C, Muravyeva M, Silva Y & Umayam L (2020) Feminism, Power, and Nuclear Weapons: An Eye on the P5. Conway M (Editor) & Minami Uchida C (Editor) Centre for Feminist Foreign Policy. Manchester.|
|Abstract:||Contribution is on P5 member France: Arguably, France seeks to lead a system of international politics through a foreign policy approach that is inclusive and promotes peace. However, France’s historical approach, particularly in the areas of peace, security, and defence, is characterised by militarism and militarisation, especially in former colonies. This contradicts inclusive peace and security practices and its FFP aspirations, especially as militarism is an ideology that reifies military values (Luckham, 1982).|
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