That decides how my head feels right now after reading through half of my dissertation, and checking for mistakes!
Have an exam tomorrow morning. Hopefully I should be able to remember the following;
1. The development of human rights law, the problems with implementing it and the criticism that human rights is a western idea.
2. Why migration has become so significant. The "types" of migrant (eg, refugees). The effects of migration.
3. How globalisation has exaserbated health problems, as well as relieved them. Also that it's unclear if it actually has, because not all the previous problems are recorded.
Not too bad. Would help if my brain wasn't aching from dissertation.
What have I learnt? Nothing is completely apolitical. (In other words, Cazza, it is possible to spaghettify everything!)