Having queer characters in works, even when the narrative is not specifically about being queer, is crucial.
Dr. Abi Williams discusses the role of think tanks in international affairs, the future of multilateral institutions, UN reform and international courts and tribunals.
A well-researched and ground-breaking work that sets the pace for a new scholarly programme which finally takes the nineteenth century transition seriously within IR.
Neoliberal policies of the 1980-90s in Mexico have triggered the explosion of violence caused by Drug Trafficking Organisations and that is, to this day, still present.
The Kunarac case represented the international community’s willingness to recognise women’s vulnerability to mass atrocities.
Trump has defied reality by gauging that enough voters will ignore the tide of critics mobilising against him, even a growing number of senior Republican Party figures.
As the policy record – especially the Iran deal – shows, Obama’s approach can bring positive, even game changing, results at a relatively small cost.
A collection of online resources, including multimedia clips and free book chapters, introducing foreign policy and diplomacy to beginners.
A series of basic resources, including videos, books and guides, to help get you started with studying International Relations.
Primary resources, declassified papers, public policy documents and links to the Presidential Libraries in the USA. Part of E-IR’s Online Resources section.
The benefits of a no-first-use policy are unlikely to materialize. Rather, the US is much more likely to see a number of negative consequences.
Professor Shakman Hurd discusses her latest book ‘Beyond Religious Freedom’ and where she believes the study of religion in IR is headed.
As long as military and political leaders are aware of the effects of nuclear weapons, the barrier to crossing the nuclear threshold would remain prohibitively high.
Battling the everyday struggles of a lagging economy, it is the next goal or gold medal that Kosovo greatly relies on for the dissemination of its political voice.
Kasturi Sen discusses Syria’s healthcare system, derides the humanitarian costs of economic sanctions, and stresses the need for interdisciplinary approaches to research.