Interviews

Interview – Ava Patricia Avila

E-International Relations • Apr 11 2021 • Features

Ava Patricia Avila sets out the reasons for the steady military buildup by several Southeast Asian states, the impact on ASEAN, as well as the ways a gender perspective can enrich research on civil-military relations.

Interview – Carisa Nietsche

E-International Relations • Apr 3 2021 • Features

Carisa Nietsche considers Chinese and US foreign policy and their influence in Europe, as well as threats to democracy in the region.

Interview – Frank Sauer

E-International Relations • Mar 30 2021 • Features

Frank Sauer discusses the Iran Nuclear Deal, the ‘nuclear taboo’ and deterrence, nuclear sharing, and several treaties on nuclear weapons, including the New START, NPT, and TPNW.

Interview – Jon (Yuan) Jiang

E-International Relations • Mar 25 2021 • Features

Jon (Yuan) Jiang assesses Sino-Russian relations, the impact of the pandemic on the Belt and Road Initiative, and Austrialia’s potential involvement.

Interview – Kon K. Madut

E-International Relations • Mar 21 2021 • Features

Kon Madut outlines how ethnic politics has impacted governance in South Sudan, the potential for a ‘sustainable peace’, challenges to promoting reproductive health, and the upcoming 2022 elections.

Interview – Ibrahim Jalal

E-International Relations • Mar 16 2021 • Features

Ibrahim Jalal sets out the challenges facing the unity government in Yemen, the UAE’s influence, and the Houthi response to the pandemic.

International Women’s Day Interviews

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked some of our former contributors how we can challenge gendered inequalities.

Interview – Caron E. Gentry

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

Professor Caron Gentry discusses the importance of International Women’s Day, the feminisation of IR, terrorism and violence.

Interview – Daria Nashat

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

Daria Nashat talks about the importance of International Women’s Day, women’s involvement in peace-building, and women in leadership.

Interview – Katsiaryna Shmatsina

E-International Relations • Feb 28 2021 • Features

Katsiaryna Shmatsina outlines the key factors behind current protests in Belarus, their potential for success, and developments in Belarus’ foreign policy.

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