Author profile: E-International Relations

Interview – Christopher Layne

E-International Relations • Dec 3 2021 • Features

Christopher Layne sheds light on the US-China relationship, potential conflicts and escalations, and President Biden’s commitment to renewing democracy abroad.

Interview – Tom Fletcher

E-International Relations • Nov 29 2021 • Features

Tom Fletcher discusses his diplomatic career, British foreign policy, state-building, and how political polarisation, technology and the pandemic challenge and alter diplomacy.

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.

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.

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.

Interview – Jan Lüdert

E-International Relations • Nov 15 2021 • Features

Jan Lüdert discusses normative practices of appropriateness, challenges to state sovereignty, decision-making in the United Nations, and pedagogies in international relations.

Interview – Caroline de Gruyter

E-International Relations • Nov 11 2021 • Features

Caroline de Gruyter talks about the relationship between Europe and the Hapsburg Empire, the EU’s role in contemporary international politics, and the image of the EU in the media today.

Interview – Jason Dittmer

E-International Relations • Nov 7 2021 • Features

Jason Dittmer discusses what the discipline of Geography can bring to IR, the relationship between popular culture and International Relations, and media as a vessel for nationalism.

Interview – Samuel Ritholtz

E-International Relations • Nov 4 2021 • Features

Samuel Ritholtz discusses queer kinship and the rights of refugee families, the impact of Covid-19 on trans and queer people and the role of queer IR in efforts to decolonise the discipline.

Interview – Eda Gunaydin

E-International Relations • Oct 27 2021 • Features

Eda Gunaydin talks about her research on the creation of post-state sovereignties by the Kurds of Rojava and the use of Western representations of women to justify interventions.

Interview – Mohammed Ihsan

E-International Relations • Oct 23 2021 • Features

Mohammed Ihsan explores the implications of the de-Baathification process on transitional justice in Iraq, and progress towards national reconciliation.

Interview – Kentaro Fujikawa

E-International Relations • Oct 15 2021 • Features

Kentaro Fujikawa discusses conflicts over self-determination and referenda with a focus on the cases of Eritrea, East Timor and South Sudan.

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