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Interview – Jenna Marshall

Interview – Jenna Marshall

Jenna Marshall discusses her research on the politics of pedagogy in the Caribbean and how Pan-African social social movements help us rethink international development.

Interview – H. Akin Ünver

Interview – H. Akin Ünver

Akin Ünver discusses computational social science (CSS) and IR, his research using CSS on the Syrian Civil War, and the use of the Internet by authoritarian leaders.

Interview – Zeynep N. Kaya

Interview – Zeynep N. Kaya

Zeynep Kaya tackles the repercussions of the Turkish invasion of Northern Syria, the position of women in Iraqi Kurdistan and the recovery of Yazidi communities.

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Interview – Dean Cooper-Cunningham

Dean Cooper-Cunningham discusses the benefits of using visual methods in IR, responses to Russian political queerphobia and the visuality of resistance and (in)security.

Interview – Adam Fabry

Interview – Adam Fabry

Adam Fabry talks about his book and research on Hungary, including economic and political changes, the origins of the far-right and alternative forms of resistance.

Interview – Cécile Mouly

Interview – Cécile Mouly

Cécile Mouly discusses the nature of civil resistance, mobilisation, nonviolence and peacebuilding in Latin America, ex-combatants in Colombia and mediation in Venezuela.

Interview – Rafael Bittencourt

Interview – Rafael Bittencourt

Rafael Bittencourt explains the concept of buen vivir, its influence on policy-making in Bolivia and Ecuador, and assesses the recent upheavals in Chile and Ecuador.

Student and Faculty Experiences of the Coronavirus Shutdown

Student and Faculty Experiences of the Coronavirus Shutdown

As the coronavirus issue grew into a pandemic and our team experienced the shutdown of their universities, we collected some vignettes that we hope you will find useful.

Interview – Ravi Neelakantan

Interview – Ravi Neelakantan

Ambassador Ravi Neelakantan talks about the concept of good governance, digital freedom, India’s lack of a ‘grand strategy’, its economic ties and regional partnerships.

Now Recruiting – International Law and Transnational Crime Editors

Now Recruiting – International Law and Transnational Crime Editors

We are seeking early career scholars and students to help us develop our academic coverage of scholarly debates focused around international law and transnational crime.

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