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Interview – Ida Danewid

Interview – Ida Danewid

Ida Danewid discusses internationalism and the politics of solidarity, the ‘Black Mediterranean’, the Grenfell Tower fire, and diversifying and decolonising the academy.

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Review – Frantz Fanon: Philosopher of the Barricades

Peter Hudis’ book is a concise yet rich contribution to the literature on the life and work of Frantz Fanon, which convincingly demonstrates Fanon’s continued relevance.

10th Anniversary Interview – Melanie Richter-Montpetit

10th Anniversary Interview – Melanie Richter-Montpetit

Dr Melanie Richter-Montpetit reflects on what books, or other media, published in the last 10 years has made the most impact on the discipline of International Relations.

The Nazi Movement Today: Our Cousins, Ourselves

The Nazi Movement Today: Our Cousins, Ourselves

It is about time that the white supremacists among us learn that they do not own the Right. Nor do they represent it.

Trump’s “Muslim Ban”: A Symptom of White Nationalism in US Politics

Trump’s “Muslim Ban”: A Symptom of White Nationalism in US Politics

The democratic challenge of the US in the mediatized world of the 21st century may be to figure out how to govern by problem solving, rather than nation building.

Why Race Matters: Examining ‘Terrorism’ Through Race in International Relations

Why Race Matters: Examining ‘Terrorism’ Through Race in International Relations

All marginalised voices should be heard and made clear in our discussions of terrorism and how to counter it in the future.

On Capitalism and Racism

On Capitalism and Racism

Building a global movement for a nonracist, nonsexist egalitarian and ecologically sustainable society is the only way forward for a better world beyond capitalism.

Implications of the Securitisation of Migration

Implications of the Securitisation of Migration

The securitization of migration reinforces a politics of fear and racism.

Review – Race and Racism in International Relations

Review – Race and Racism in International Relations

This book ably serves as a point of entry into the demanding yet necessary subject of race and racism which is so often neglected within International Relations research.

Who Matters in World Politics?

Who Matters in World Politics?

One year ago a global cry that ‘Black Lives Matter’ arose in a response to black deaths in the USA. But shouldn’t black lives, not just black deaths, matter?

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