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Emotions in IR: The ‘Dog That Did Not Bark’

Emotions in IR: The ‘Dog That Did Not Bark’

This brief exploration highlights the extent to which emotions have a social, cultural and political dimension that is pervasive at the international level.

Emotion and Dystopian Idealism in Security Studies

Emotion and Dystopian Idealism in Security Studies

While forms of power are important they do not necessarily shape collective emotions which can be situated in a much more dispersed sets of cultural practices.

The Place of Emotion in International Relations Scholarship

The Place of Emotion in International Relations Scholarship

Scholars are paying more and more attention to emotion and affect. New developments in the field of neuroscience can accelerate the progress of emotion research in IR.

The Investigation of Emotion in Leadership

The Investigation of Emotion in Leadership

Insights from psychology can develop our understanding of IR. One example is the examination of emotion in decision making which can enhance our understanding of the roles and functions of leadership.

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