Ales Karmazin discusses the concept of Chinese correlative ontology and how it challenges binary logic and puts forward a more nuanced vision of societies.
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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 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.
Professor Shakman Hurd discusses her latest book ‘Beyond Religious Freedom’ and where she believes the study of religion in IR is headed.
Kasturi Sen discusses Syria’s healthcare system, derides the humanitarian costs of economic sanctions, and stresses the need for interdisciplinary approaches to research.
Are you the kind of person that likes to stay busy doing a range of different things? Someone who has energy, drive and a desire to not just think things up, but see them through to completion?
Tine De Moor speaks about how the present benefits from historical research, answers questions on the commons, and advises young scholars to engage with societal debate.
Mark Blyth discusses the crises of the European Union, the repercussions of Brexit, alternatives to austerity, and his position as a “reluctant Constructivist”.
This guide is aimed at a beginner, typically a student embarking on their first year of university study. It may also be useful as a recap for more experienced students.
James Der Derian explains the importance of quantum physics to the social sciences, comments on the political science prison, and argues for more speculation in IR.