Author profile: E-International Relations

Interview – Gilles Carbonnier

E-International Relations • Dec 18 2016 • Features
Gilles Carbonnier outlines his approach to humanitarian economics, reflects on recent changes in the humanitarian sector, and encourages interdisciplinary collaboration.

Interview – Daniela DeBono

E-International Relations • Dec 10 2016 • Features
Daniela DeBono discusses her approach to the migration-human rights nexus, explains a cultural approach to human rights, and urges young scholars to question assumptions.

Interview – Prince El-Waleed M. Madibo

E-International Relations • Dec 3 2016 • Features
Prince Madibo talks about constructing and running a government in Sudan, the importance of coexistence, and theory and practice of development.

Interview – Carlos Escudé

E-International Relations • Nov 28 2016 • Features
Professor Escudé talks about his peripheral realism, the fallacy of anthropomorphism, what's wrong in Venezuela, and argues to separate theory and practice.

Interview – Carne Ross

E-International Relations • Nov 24 2016 • Features
Independent diplomat Carne Ross talks about the surprising influence of non-state actors, power politics and anarchy, as well as the poverty of academic IR.

Interview – Antoni Kapcia

E-International Relations • Nov 17 2016 • Features
Antoni Kapcia discusses the recent détente between Cuba and the US, considers the future of Cuba's leadership, and emphasizes the unique nature of the Cuban system.

Interview – Steven C. Roach

E-International Relations • Nov 2 2016 • Features
Dr. Steven C. Roach discusses his research on theorizing emotional actions and the value of resilience in International Relations Theory.

Interview – Anthony J. Langlois

E-International Relations • Oct 27 2016 • Features
Anthony J. Langlois discusses his research on the relationship between International Relations Theory and Global Sexuality Politics.

Interview – Justin Mueller

E-International Relations • Oct 26 2016 • Features
Dr Justin Mueller discusses the themes of temporality, sovereignty and imperialism - and addresses the question 'when is imperialism'.

Interview – Aleš Karmazin

E-International Relations • Oct 23 2016 • Features
Ales Karmazin discusses the concept of Chinese correlative ontology and how it challenges binary logic and puts forward a more nuanced vision of societies.

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