Author profile: E-International Relations

New Student Essay Award: £100 of Books to be Won Every Month

New Student Essay Award: £100 of Books to be Won Every Month

Our new Essay Award, in association with Routledge, aims to encourage and reward those who share their best work with their global peer group.

Edited Collection – R2P, Syria and Humanitarianism in Crisis

Edited Collection – R2P, Syria and Humanitarianism in Crisis

A free edited volume bringing together the leading voices on R2P & humanitarian intervention to examine the doctrine’s validity in the context of Syria’s humanitarian emergency.

Interview – Peter W. Singer

Interview – Peter W. Singer

Peter W. Singer discusses his forthcoming book Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, global security threats, and how parenthood has changed his perspective of international security.

Announcing the 2013 e-IR Scholarship Award Winner

Announcing the 2013 e-IR Scholarship Award Winner

We are pleased to announce that the 2013 Masters Scholarship has been awarded to Vendula Ženatá, who is studying for her Masters degree at the Anglo-American University in the Czech Republic.

Edited Collection – Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations Twenty Years On

Edited Collection – Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations Twenty Years On

A free download compiled from E-IR’s coverage of the twentieth anniversary of Samuel P. Huntington’s hotly debated 1993 Foreign Affairs article.

Interview – James Fearon

Interview – James Fearon

Professor James Fearon discusses responses to the civil war in Syria and offers his thoughts on the passing of Kenneth Waltz and the academic study of civil wars.

Interview – Norman Finkelstein

Interview – Norman Finkelstein

Norman Finkelstein discusses the future of the Palestinians, the BDS movement, Hassan Rouhani, the conflict in Syria and the follies of the academic tenure system.

Interview – William Blum

Interview – William Blum

Author William Blum offers his thoughts on past CIA interventions, the Obama Administration, Osama bin Laden and explains how he became a ‘crazed, fanatical socialist’.

Edited Collection – Boko Haram: The Anatomy of a Crisis

Edited Collection – Boko Haram: The Anatomy of a Crisis

Many issues about Boko Haram remain unclear. This compendium of articles, by selected experts, is essential reading for those interested in the the sect and its importance.

Interview – Stephen Walt

Interview – Stephen Walt

Professor Walt discusses the Syria crisis, the value of “isms” in IR theory, and advises students to be good writers and work on subjects that genuinely fascinate them.

Academic Programmes and Resources for 2013/14

Academic Programmes and Resources for 2013/14

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Student Collection: Mapping Counter Piracy Actors

Student Collection: Mapping Counter Piracy Actors

This collection of student essays outlines the actions of those involved in anti-piracy missions, and the weaknesses of current policies, in an attempt to forge a more robust understanding of counter-piracy actions.

Interview – Michael Walzer

Interview – Michael Walzer

Professor Walzer answers reader questions about intervention in Syria, just war in the age of drones, preventing genocide and mass atrocities, and Israel-Palestine peace negotiations.

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