Interview – Ties Dams

E-International Relations • Nov 25 2021 • Features

Ties Dams talks about the geopolitical narratives of China and the EU, disinformation, and the EU’s relations with the Biden administration.

Socialism in India: Conflicting International Outlooks?

Saneet Chakradeo • Nov 24 2021 • Essays

Socialist ideology has developed and gained pertinence in Indian political thought: Two major diverging schools with differentiated international outlook exist.

Why India Needs a Gender Policy for its Armed Forces

Kiran Chauhan • Nov 23 2021 • Articles

The impediments to women’s integration in the Indian military are rooted in gender biases and specific constructs of femininities and masculinities.

Interview – Sankaran Krishna

E-International Relations • Nov 22 2021 • Features

Sankaran Krishna discusses decolonising the university, post- and decolonial approaches to research, democracy in India, and cricket.

Opinion – Why Women’s Rights in the Gulf Matter for Afghanistan

Rachel A. George • Nov 21 2021 • Articles

For the Gulf states, there is a delicate balance between the region’s evolving geostrategic interests and a desire to appear as leaders of Muslim modernity.

The Ethiopia Conflict in International Relations and Global Media Discourse

Jon Abbink • Nov 21 2021 • Articles

Respecting the sovereignty of Ethiopia, as confirmed in elections in June 2021, and developing a wider strategic view on Northeast Africa would help international actors deal with the situation better.

Opinion – Irish-American Diplomacy and the Catholic Orphanage Scandal

Martin Duffy • Nov 21 2021 • Articles

That Irish-American diplomacy contributed to an elaborate network of child adoption casts a dark shadow over what is otherwise hailed as a formative period in the relationship between the two nations.

Considering Democracy and Power in Light of the Kyle Rittenhouse Acquittal

Ali E. Erol • Nov 20 2021 • Articles

At what point do we stop repeating not because the system gets fixed but because we stop trying to exist with it and within it? What happens then?

Opinion – Merkel Talks with Lukashenka: A Positive or Negative Step?

David R. Marples • Nov 20 2021 • Articles

If change is to come in Belarus, it requires interventions from external sources, the most likely of which is Russia – however unlikely that may appear.

Opinion – The Status of the BRICS, 20 Years Later

William Daldegan and Carlos Eduardo Carvalho • Nov 18 2021 • Articles

BRICS are an initiative that recognizes the huge differences between its members and is developed according to the resultant possibilities.

Interview – Shivshankar Menon

E-International Relations • Nov 18 2021 • Features

Shivshankar Menon talks about Sino-Indian relations, Indian foreign policy, the Belt and Road Initiative, and national boundaries in South Asia.

Confronting Great Powers: New Zealand’s Nuclear Stance During the Cold War

Antonios Vitalis • Nov 18 2021 • Essays

Constructivism best reveals how France’s bombing of a Greenpeace protest vessel in 1982 emboldened and solidified New Zealand to pass the Nuclear Free New Zealand Act.

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