Author profile: E-International Relations

Interview – Andrew Halterman

E-International Relations • Nov 24 2022 • Features

Andrew Halterman discusses how natural language processing can be used as a tool to transform the study of IR, and the role of machine learning in political science.

Interview – Philip Cunliffe

E-International Relations • Nov 19 2022 • Features

Philip Cunliffe talks about the changing nature of international conflict and humanitarian intervention, plus the role of states and institutions in peacekeeping.

Interview – Timothy S. Rich

E-International Relations • Nov 10 2022 • Features

Timothy Rich talks about recognition of Taiwan, South Korean perceptions of refugees, and the advantages and challenges of collecting public opinion data.

Interview – Brian Wong

E-International Relations • Nov 6 2022 • Features

Brian Wong discusses how his research helps to better understand injustice in non-democratic countries, advance rights in East Asia, and facilitate effective dialogue between Hong Kong and China.

Interview – Stephen Zunes

E-International Relations • Nov 4 2022 • Features

Stephen Zunes outlines the situation in Western Sahara, as well as the rationale and consequences of US recognition of Moroccan sovereignty.

Interview – Chris Ogden

E-International Relations • Oct 28 2022 • Features

Chris Ogden delves into the appeal of China’s authoritarianism, whether Western democracies have any responsibility for it, and the implications for human rights.

Interview – Navnita Chadha Behera

E-International Relations • Oct 22 2022 • Features

Navnita Behera discusses the multilayered nature of the Kashmir conflict, the key ethical issues for research in conflict zones, and her work drawing on dharmic cosmology.

Interview – Natalie Jester

E-International Relations • Oct 17 2022 • Features

Natalie Jester discusses international security, and her career to date, as part of a series of interviews with the contributing authors of the textbook ‘Foundations of International Relations’.

Interview – Rosie Walters

E-International Relations • Oct 16 2022 • Features

Rosie Walters discusses critical IR, gender and sexuality as part of a series of interviews with the contributing authors of the textbook ‘Foundations of International Relations’.

Interview – Anitta Kynsilehto

E-International Relations • Oct 13 2022 • Features

Anitta Kynsilehto discusses migration as part of a series of interviews with the contributing authors of the textbook ‘Foundations of International Relations’.

Interview – Clare Stevens and Andreas Haggman

E-International Relations • Oct 10 2022 • Features

Clare Stevens and Andreas Haggman discuss the importance of the internet, and discuss their careers thus far, as part of a series of interviews with the contributing authors of the textbook ‘Foundations of International Relations’.

Interview – Bryan Caplan

E-International Relations • Oct 8 2022 • Features

Bryan Caplan talks about terrorists as rational actors and government responses to terrorism, plus the benefits and challenges of an open borders policy.

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