Assessing Globalisation’s Contribution to the Sex Trafficking Trade

Isabella Lahdo • Aug 14 2020 • Essays

The sex trafficking industry has been facilitated by Structural Adjustment Programs and the related economic vulnerability of women.

The Right to Be Here: A Case for the Inclusion of Women in Peace Negotiations

Rosa Rahimi • Aug 12 2020 • Essays

The feminist case for female participation in peace negotiations should be made on grounds that may appear to be deceptively simple.

Review – Hotels and Highways

Zeynep Gülşah Çapan • Aug 12 2020 • Features

An empirically rich discussion of the negotiations and translations involved in the travels of modernisation theory to Turkey during the Cold War era.

Why the West Needs to Stop its Moralising against China

Kerry Brown • Aug 10 2020 • Articles

Knowledge, humility, and honesty will be the things that help the outside world deal with the historic challenge of China’s rise.

Trade, Industrialisation, and British Colonial Rule in India

Roberto Bonfatti and Björn Brey • Aug 10 2020 • Articles

British industrial productivity led to a century-long process of deindustrialisation. India was outcompeted by the industrial revolution in Britain

Opinion – Making Sense of China’s ‘Wolf Warrior’ Diplomacy

Ragul Palanisami • Aug 10 2020 • Articles

A new brand of Chinese diplomat is emerging. Unlike the older generation these so-called ‘wolf warriors’ are known for their aggressive, proactive and high-profile tactics.

Friend or Foe? Explaining the Philippines’ China Policy in the South China Sea

Brenda Tan • Aug 10 2020 • Essays

Role theory explains tensions within the Philippines’ policy towards China in the South China Sea by examining contesting role conceptions in the Duterte administration.

Asian Security amid China’s Dominance

Rameez Raja and Zahoor Ahmad Dar • Aug 9 2020 • Articles

The American century is coming to its end and China is ready to dominate the Asian Hemisphere. Yet, China’s labelling as a threat to world peace and security is contested.

Accepting the Unacceptable: Christian Churches and the 1994 Rwandan Genocide

Rita Deliperi • Aug 9 2020 • Essays

The role the Christian Church played has come to represent one of heaviest failures of Christian ethics and the institutions that profess and practice its commandments.

Interview – Salvador Santino Fulo Regilme

E-International Relations • Aug 8 2020 • Features

Salvador Regilme talks about Covid-19, Trump, Biden, and multilateralism in relation to US foreign policy, as well as the current state of the human rights regime.


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