Professor Anthony D. Smith answers your questions about the origin of nations, changing conceptions of nationhood in the EU, and the links between nationalism and genocide.
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Professor Snooks answers your questions about his dynamic-strategy theory, what past financial crises can tell us about the world’s current economic turmoil, and the future of great power clashes.
Professor Ramadan answers your questions about the compatibility of Islam and liberal democracy, prospects for the Arab Spring, and the ongoing crisis in Syria.
Our very own bi-monthly list of forthcoming international politics academic conferences and events, complete with abstract deadlines. Mark them off in your diary!
Colonel Nick Pratt discuses successful counter-insurgency practices, the Obama administration’s drone program, women terrorists, and future international security threats.
Professor Terry Nardin of the National University of Singapore answers your questions about humanitarian intervention, human rights, recent events in the Middle East and West Africa, and global justice.
Thomas Pogge answers questions about global poverty, achieving a just global redistribution of income, John Rawls’ legacy, and his book World Poverty and Human Rights.
Professor Brown answers reader questions about the theory-practice divide, non-Western political theory, the ongoing crisis in Syria, and challenges to the UN’s Responsibility to Protect (R2P) doctrine.
Arshin Adib-Moghaddam shares his insight on the legacy of Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations thesis, its impact in the modern world, and ways to move beyond a clash narrative.
Timothy Garton Ash – British historian, author and commentator – answers your questions about the Euro crisis, EU integration, the UK royal charter on the press, and more.
To demonstrate the advantages and value of the English School, this volume brings together some of its most important voices to introduce the School & explore its key applications in IR.
Professor Barry Buzan answers reader questions about the English School and the securitization of global finance, and discusses his view of the next era of world history.