Post Tagged with: "International Political Theory"

10th Anniversary Interview – Chris Brown

10th Anniversary Interview – Chris Brown

To celebrate E-IR’s 10th anniversary we asked some of our existing interviewees two further questions reflecting on the last decade in International Relations.

Thinking About Ethics, Thinking Across Fields

Thinking About Ethics, Thinking Across Fields

A distaste for liberal utilitarianism could serve as common ground for mounting any campaign for a coherent alternative to modern ethical systems.

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Global Justice: An Exegesis of Contemporary Theories

The lack of consensus on global justice is a microcosm of schisms present in international relations perspectives.

Review – Challenging Boundaries: Great Flows and Territorial Identities

Review – Challenging Boundaries: Great Flows and Territorial Identities

Shapiro & Alker’s edited book throws light on the nature of theoretical discourses and the missing links between classical, critical and postmodernist theoretical views.

The Tale of a ‘Realism’ in International Relations

The Tale of a ‘Realism’ in International Relations

The tale of a contiguous Realist tradition, running the gamut from Thucydides to Morgenthau, occludes these thinkers’ strong normative commitments.

Interview – Chris Brown

Interview – Chris Brown

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.

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