Despite promising developments, initiatives to include sexual orientation and gender identity as protected categories under law have largely failed at the United Nations.
Emilian Kavalski reflects on his approach to climate change, propounds the relevancy of ‘complexity thinking’ to IR, and discusses the current “power shift to the East”.
Kamran Asdar Ali provides superb documentary evidence and a rich detailed analysis to construct a forgotten history of class struggle and political activism in Pakistan.
There is no escaping the correlation between resource abundance and poor economic performance. The resource curse is political and brought on by poor policy decisions.
Pride events remain a critical moment of visibility of the LGBT movement. But the global movement will continue to progress and create new alliances for gaining equality.
Heroic narratives, through their use of language in particular, intentionally obscure the resort to force that is used during humanitarian military interventions.
Enhancing the role of parliaments in EU decision-making offers a way to reconnect the integration process with the communal self-rule of the states and their citizens.
Despite the richness and complexity of the realist paradigm as espoused by Morgenthau, it remains committed to existing identities and forms of reality.
IS is not a terrorist group. It has acquired the ability to mobilise thousands and impose its will on millions, which is comparable to the abilities of sovereign states.
Small gives us a fresh and well-researched book on Chinese, Indian, Pakistani and Afghani politics and the key geopolitical security issues of the Asian region.
While pop culture is not without its problems, it offers differing, potentially more accessible insights on the international that are not found in standard IR textbooks.
Water has now become a most sought after commodity, one that countries have displayed a renewed interest in and with an increasing amount of threat-of-force.
Child abuse should be declared a collective security problem. The widespread nature of child abuse in UN missions requires appropriate response from the Security Council.
Britain often had little choice but to concede that the constitutional independence of its dependencies was inescapable.
One of the few examples of a monograph on the US embargo of Cuba, this short and readable text helps us understand key internal dynamics which drive this policy.