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.
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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.
Cynthia Enloe answers your questions about women in combat, the meaning of the feminist slogan “the personal is political” and feminism’s contributions to IR scholarship.
Explore the story of e-International Relations’ first five years – and discover some of our exciting plans for 2013…
e-IR kicks off its brand new monthly interviews feature with Harvard University’s Joseph S. Nye, Jr. who answers some of your questions on soft power, China, and the Arab Spring & offers advice for young scholars.
The second part of e-IR’s exclusive interview with Professor Bas de Gaay Fortman, Chair in Political Economy of Human Rights at Utrecht University Law School, Netherlands.
This is the first part of a series of exclusive interviews with Professor Bas de Gaay Fortman about his book ‘Political Economy of Human Rights: Rights, Realities and Realization,’ conducted by e-IR’s Maysam Behravash.
For a lot of students, it’s that time of the year – graduation! It can be daunting figuring out what to do next. If you do fancy a shot at a graduate program, read on for some handy resources.
With contributions from many of the world’s most respected experts, this compendium draws attention to the points of contention highlighted by the Libyan intervention.
One of the most depressing, and distressing, realities we have to acknowledge has been our inability to prevent or halt the recurring horror of mass atrocity crimes.