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Online Resources – Queer Theory

Online Resources – Queer Theory

A collection of resources introducing, and exploring, queer theory approaches to International Relations.

Online Resources – Feminism

Online Resources – Feminism

A collection of resources introducing, and exploring, feminist approaches to International Relations.

Online Resources – Postcolonialism

Online Resources – Postcolonialism

A collection of resources introducing, and exploring, postcolonial approaches to International Relations.

Interview – Charlotte Epstein

Interview – Charlotte Epstein

Charlotte Epstein discusses the impact Foucault has had on her thinking, explains why discourse matters in the study of IR, and assesses the politics of surveillance.

Review – Ethics, Diversity and World Politics: Saving Pluralism From Itself

Review – Ethics, Diversity and World Politics: Saving Pluralism From Itself

John Williams provides essential insights for anyone with interest in ethical pluralism in contemporary politics, and sets the agenda for future research in this field.

International Relations Theory

International Relations Theory

The approaches in IR theory each possess a legitimate, yet different, view. They offer a means by which to attempt to understand a complex and frequently changing world.

Escape From A Liberal-Colonial IR: Hints of a 21st Century Peace

Escape From A Liberal-Colonial IR: Hints of a 21st Century Peace

Orthodox IR colludes with liberal-colonial peace. We need to rethink peace. What is missing is not sterile critical thinking but a focus on people’s mobility and agency.

Interview – Steven C. Roach

Interview – Steven C. Roach

Dr. Steven C. Roach discusses his research on theorizing emotional actions and the value of resilience in International Relations Theory.

Review – The Global Transformation

Review – The Global Transformation

A well-researched and ground-breaking work that sets the pace for a new scholarly programme which finally takes the nineteenth century transition seriously within IR.

Interview – Aleš Karmazin

Interview – Aleš Karmazin

Ales Karmazin discusses the concept of Chinese correlative ontology and how it challenges binary logic and puts forward a more nuanced vision of societies.

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