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Global Security in a Posthuman Age? IR and the Anthropocene Challenge

Global Security in a Posthuman Age? IR and the Anthropocene Challenge

Subjectivity refers to a form of self-identity that is marked by a constitutive lack-of-fullness. The subject is a void in the signifying structure.

Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene

Posthuman Security and Care in the Anthropocene

The Anthropocene compels us to acknowledge how security interacts with diverse lifeworlds that exist around humans, acting in ways both pacific and threatening.

Decolonising the Anthropocene: The Mytho-Politics of Human Mastery

Decolonising the Anthropocene: The Mytho-Politics of Human Mastery

The Anthropocene discussion has moved beyond questions of mere geological evidence, providing the ‘natural’ foundations for the idea of human mastery over the earth.

The Spectrum of Critical Humanism(s)

The Spectrum of Critical Humanism(s)

The current state of posthuman IR is better described as that of different, less-anthropocentric, world views – many of which do not speak to each other.

Perspectives of Global Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

Perspectives of Global Environmental Change in the Anthropocene

The HUGE security approach could assist in analysing the best way to reach sustainable development goals, out of which common responsibilities may offer ways forward.

Edited Collection – Environment, Climate Change and International Relations

Edited Collection – Environment, Climate Change and International Relations

In the wake of the 2015 Paris conference, this edited collection explores the environment as an issue of international governance and provides perspectives on the route forward.

Climate Change and International Relations

Climate Change and International Relations

Climate change is a global commons problem. Its causes and impacts are distributed and felt across the international system, transcending traditional boundaries and jurisdictions of nation-states.

Interview – John R. McNeill

Interview – John R. McNeill

McNeill offers us the view that human history is a subset of ecological history and IR scholars will do well to explore the opportunities offered by historical lessons.

Interview – Emilian Kavalski

Interview – Emilian Kavalski

Emilian Kavalski reflects on his approach to climate change, propounds the relevancy of ‘complexity thinking’ to IR, and discusses the current “power shift to the East”.

International Security in the Anthropocene

International Security in the Anthropocene

Climate change is a production issue, not a matter of environmental protection. Recognizing that the world is changing rapidly is the key to successful social adaptation.

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