Tom Chodor
Tom Chodor
Lecturer in Politics and International Relations, Monash University
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Neoliberal Hegemony and the Pink Tide in Latin America: Breaking Up With TINA?
T Chodor
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
1012014
Post-liberal regionalism in Latin America and the influence of Hugo Chávez
T Chodor, A McCarthy-Jones
Journal of Iberian and Latin American Research 19 (2), 211-223, 2013
462013
The G-20 since the global financial crisis: neither hegemony nor collectivism
T Chodor
Global governance 23 (2), 205, 2017
252017
Not throwing the baby out with the bathwater: a Gramscian response to post-hegemony
T Chodor
Contemporary Politics 20 (4), 489-502, 2014
82014
Making Crime a Sustainable Development Issue: From ‘Drugs and Thugs’ to ‘Peaceful and Inclusive Societies’
J Blaustein, T Chodor, NW Pino
The British Journal of Criminology 60 (1), 50-73, 2020
52020
A Nébuleuse For a New World Order? The G20 From a Neo-Gramscian Perspective
T Chodor
The G20 and International Relations Theory: Perspectives on Global Summitry …, 2019
52019
The rise and fall and rise of the trans-pacific partnership: 21st century trade politics through a new constitutionalist lens
T Chodor
Review of International Political Economy 26 (2), 232-255, 2019
52019
A Different Kind of Magic? Oil, Development and the Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela
T Chodor
Energy Capitalism and World Order: Toward a New Agenda in International …, 2016
32016
Venezuela's Bolivarian Revolution: A Counterhegemonic Response to Neoliberalism?
T Chodor
Australasian Political Studies Association, 2009
32009
The Changing Face of Mercosur: Legitimacy and the Politics of Scale in South American Regionalism
T Chodor
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 59 (2), 417-431, 2021
22021
Development as a historical component of the United Nations’ crime policy agenda: From social defence to the Millennium Development Goals
J Blaustein, T Chodor, NW Pino
Criminology & Criminal Justice, 1748895819877453, 2019
22019
Lula's Passive Revolution and the Consolidation of Neoliberalism in Brazil
T Chodor
University of Auckland, 2010
22010
Governing the crime–development nexus: A historical perspective
J Blaustein, T Chodor, NW Pino
The Emerald Handbook of Crime, Justice and Sustainable Development, 2020
12020
The G20's engagement with civil society: participation without contestation?
T Chodor
Globalizations, 1-14, 2020
12020
Rising Powers and Transformations in the International Order
T Chodor
An Introduction to International Relations, 317-319, 2017
12017
Por qué no les calan? Hugo Chávez’s Re-election in Venezuela and the Decline of Western Hegemony in the Americas
S Burges, T Chodor, RG Emerson
Latin American Perspectives 44 (1), 215-231, 2017
12017
Explaining Brazil’s inconsistent engagement in global economic governance: neither accommodation or contestation, but both
T Chodor
Australian Journal of International Affairs, 1-17, 2020
2020
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