Author profile: Edited by A.C.McKeil and Yannis Stivatchis

A.C. McKeil is a PhD Candidate at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He previously served as the Articles Editor at E-IR and contributed editorial blog posts during his studies at Aberystwyth University.


Yannis A. Stivachtis is Associate Professor of Political Science at Virginia Tech. His research interests include the evolution of international society, the study of regional international society, conditionality and international order, international society and the civilizing process, and European international society and global order. His current professional service includes: Head of the English School section (ENGSS) of the International Studies Association (ISA) and Director of the Social Sciences Research Division of the Athens Institute of Education and Research (ATINER). He is the editor of the Athens Journal of Social Sciences and co-editor of the Critical European Studiesbook series published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis. His most recent publications include: Interrogating Regional International Societies, Questioning Global International Society (editor, Global Discourse 2015); Europe after Enlargement (co-editor, London: Routledge 2014); Europe and the World: The English School Meets Post-colonialism (editor, Review of European Studies 2012); The European Union and Peacebuilding (co-editor, Review of European Studies, 2013).

The English School World Society Debate: A Forum Article

Edited by A.C.McKeil and Yannis Stivatchis • Mar 16 2018 • Articles
The political world beyond society of states plays a significant role in world politics and as such world society remains squarely on the agenda of the English School.

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