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E-IR’s articles offer an accessible route into some of the most interesting ideas, debates and policy issues in international politics. All articles are published under the ISSN 2053-8626. Use the search box on the right with appropriate keywords to enable you to find expert content on the exact subject that you seek.

The Coming Storm: Crisis, Climate Change, and the Right to Vote

The Coming Storm: Crisis, Climate Change, and the Right to Vote

COVID-19 reveals new vulnerabilities in the right to vote. The pandemic has shown that the USA needs actions to avoid ad hoc responses to disruptions of voting rights.

Opinion – Brexit and Its Many Identities in the UK

Opinion – Brexit and Its Many Identities in the UK

We must hope the UK fosters a collective sense of civic responsibility while applauding the multitude of unique identities that will undoubtedly determine its course of history.

Opinion – Spain’s Request For NATO Coronavirus Aid: Will Turkey Answer?

Opinion – Spain’s Request For NATO Coronavirus Aid: Will Turkey Answer?

Ankara has very little room for manoeuvre to support the Turkish economy, let alone give aid to Spain, given that Turkey has limited financial reserves and a large budget deficit.

Fieldwork, Failure, International Relations

Fieldwork, Failure, International Relations

This volume aims to unsettle the silence that surrounds fieldwork failure in both methods training and academic publications by evaluating Ph.D researchers experiences.

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Opinion – The Gendered Consequences of Coronavirus

Women are especially affected by Coronavirus. Ensuring policies are responsive to the different ways women experience it is critical to ensure wellbeing.

(Osaka - Japão, 28/06/2019) Presidente da República, Jair Bolsonaro, durante foto de família dos Líderes do G20.
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Opinion – Can the Coronavirus Crisis Revive Multilateralism?

The call for multilateralism should be reinforced to tackle the far-reaching health, economic, (geo)political, infrastructural and social implications of the coronavirus crisis.

Opinion – Coronavirus amid Regional Instability in the Middle East

Opinion – Coronavirus amid Regional Instability in the Middle East

The Coronavirus pandemic seems to have pushed conflicts in the region into the background, but it is unclear how long this picture will remain.

Coronavirus and the End of Resilience

Coronavirus and the End of Resilience

Coronavirus shows the limits of resilience. If we are the security threat as well as the subjects to be secured, then we cannot be trusted to secure ourselves.

Call for Textbook Chapter Contributor on Global Health

Call for Textbook Chapter Contributor on Global Health

We are looking to add a chapter on Global Health to the second edition of our foundational textbook introducing International Relations. Abstracts are welcome until 20 April.

China and Japan’s Connectivity Strategies in Southeast Asia: Thailand’s Case

China and Japan’s Connectivity Strategies in Southeast Asia: Thailand’s Case

If Thailand manages to advance a mutually agreed vision for regional connectivity, it can potentially benefit both from competition and collaboration.

Global Displacement, COVID-19 and the Risk of a False-positive Flattened Curve

Global Displacement, COVID-19 and the Risk of a False-positive Flattened Curve

Any meaningful global health strategy to combat Coronavirus must take the potential risk to refugees and other vulnerable groups into consideration.

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