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The Geopolitics and Justice Research Cluster is concerned with interrogating the multiple practices of interventionism, development and securitization in our contemporary world and their consequent contested forms of governmentality and justice. Running through much of the cluster's research is a focus on the intricate interconnections between discursive and material productions of space. In critiquing abstract geopolitical, geoeconomic and developmental forms of interventionism, a common concern lies in theorising and insisting upon more humane, nuanced and critical human geographies, and in considering the urgent issues of economic, environmental and social justice in our contemporary world.

Cluster Leader: John Morrissey