Nitasha Kaul

Nitasha Kaul
4 May 2011

The decades up to 2050 witnessed intensified struggles over Food-Oil-Climate-Identity (FOCI). As these issues became more vexed, they were impacted by recurring natural disasters and a technological coding of the earth and humanity, with corresponding changes in subjectivity and consciousness of space and self. As a result, states explored radical options that finally enabled a free movement of people across the globe. This transformative shift changed the nature of society and politics in a much more democratic direction.

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