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Dodds, K. 2005. Screening geopoli5cs: James
Bond and the early cold war ﬁlms. Geopoli'cs
10 (2): 266-‐289.
Prime Ministers love intelligence because it is a
secret weapon that they have.
James bond represents “goodness without
ambiguity” and his enemies are “supremely
sinister, evil, and grotesque villains whose
unbridled lusts and cruelty drives them
towards world domina5on.”
Film is viewed as a valuable part of IR because
it connects theory with everyday life. Bond
ﬁlms reﬂect “popular geopoli5cs” or “popular
ideas about global poli5cal space [that] help to
reinforce or resist the foreign policy discourses
and prac5ces of poli5cal elites.”
“World poli5cs ‘leak’ into popular culture and
may either reinforce and or contest dominant
poli5cal understandings such as the depic5on
of the Soviet Union as a threatening other in
Cold War America.”