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How to Stay Grounded in the Age of Information Overload

How to Stay Grounded in the Age of Information Overload

If you’re a beautiful and benevolent outsider, speak up! In the age of information overload, your services are desperately needed.

The Postcolonial Perspective: Why We Need to Decolonize Norms

The Postcolonial Perspective: Why We Need to Decolonize Norms

Normation, normalization and nomos shift the focus from treating a norm as given to considering its initial constitution, to account for the form that a norm takes.

Recent Developments toward a Chinese School of IR Theory

Recent Developments toward a Chinese School of IR Theory

Chinese IR scholars continue to move ahead toward a Chinese school of IR theory.

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

Neglected Yarns and New Beginnings: A Delhi Diary

There are two paths in IR and, for all the claims of plurality, IR’s equivalent of the dirty little secret is that the margins and the mainstream seldom converge

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A Simple Paradigm for Noopolitics: The Geopolitics of Knowledge

The interaction between knowledge and power reformulates simple geopolitical principles that have been all-to-often forgotten by Classical Realism.

A Proposed Theory of Knowledge: Neuro-Rational Physicalism

A Proposed Theory of Knowledge: Neuro-Rational Physicalism

Comprehending that the ways we acquire knowledge are culturally mediated would be a profound step in softening rigid categories of “otherness” in our globalized world.

Climate Knowledge and International Politics: The Future of the IPCC

Climate Knowledge and International Politics: The Future of the IPCC

The latest UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change offers us the opportunity to critically examine the way that the current model treats knowledge assessment.

International Regimes as Concept

International Regimes as Concept

Though “regime theory” is a misleading term, in a world where there is no centralized political authority, the concept of an international regime remains useful enough to be kept in the analytical toolkit.

Michel Foucault’s Political Philosophy

Michel Foucault’s Political Philosophy

I recently wrote a book about the thought of Michel Foucault. It was published last year under the title The Political Philosophy of Michel Foucault. The book begins with a justification of the use of the term ‘political philosophy’ in relation to Foucault. The reason for caution about this term is precisely the reason why I think it is justified to use it in the title of the book.

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