"Landscape, we suggest, does not merely signify or symbolize power relations; it is an instrument of cultural power" WJT Mitchell, Landscape and Power
The exhibition is a collection of images and reflections by photographers Asim Rafiqui, Ziyah Gafic, Kitra Cahana, Tom Hatton and Carlos Spottorno on their approach to "landscape" and the ways in which they negotiate with its constraints and affordances.
Curated by Yoav Galai, Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of International Relations at CEU
The foreign policy consequences of economic dependence, or the “Hirschmanesque Effects”, have spawned a large body of literature. In recent years, this subfield of research experienced a revival, which to a large extent can be attributed to China’s economic rise. Many researchers attempt to answer the question whether China’s economic power has translated to political influence and resulted in foreign policy alignment by other countries. Some also discuss the question in the context of Sino-US rivalry.