Interview – Alan Philps

E-International Relations • Jul 21 2021 • Features

Alan Philps talks about his career in journalism, current challenges facing journalists, Britain’s role in the world, and the US approach to climate change.

Interview – Vincenc Kopeček

E-International Relations • Jul 16 2021 • Features

Vincenc Kopeček explores the key issues at the core of the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict, the role of civil society, as well as his work on de facto states.

Interview – Hurricane Kimchi and Ali Zahoor

E-International Relations • Jul 9 2021 • Features

Hurricane Kimchi and Ali Zahoor talk LGBTQ+ activism and drag art in South Korea and internationally.

Interview – Chamindra Weerawardhana

E-International Relations • Jul 1 2021 • Features

Chamindra Weerawardhana discusses decolonial intersectional feminist epistemology, transfeminist politics, LGBTIQ+ rights in South Asia, activism and decolonising peacebuilding.

Interview – Andrew Delatolla

E-International Relations • Jun 25 2021 • Features

Andrew Delatolla discusses Queer IR, the contemporary governance of sexuality in the West, ‘homocolonialism’ and his upcoming edited volume.

Interview – Frances Cruz

E-International Relations • Jun 17 2021 • Features

Frances Cruz talks about decolonial approaches to IR, as well as the limits of Western-centric framings of the Philippines and Southeast Asia more broadly.

Interview – Mohammad Tarikul Islam

E-International Relations • Jun 15 2021 • Features

Tarik Islam discusses participatory rural development, the importance of citizen participation, localizing the SDGs in Bangladesh and the need for non-traditional methodologies.

Interview – Saloni Kapur

E-International Relations • Jun 10 2021 • Features

Saloni Kapur explains how an English School appoach enhances our understanding of security, the implications of dehumanising terrorists, and regional cooperation on countering terrorism in South Asia.

Interview – Ajay Gudavarthy

E-International Relations • Jun 6 2021 • Features

Ajay Gudavarthy talks about Indian politics, including the state of its democracy, secular sectarianism, militant left-wing politics, right-wing populism, the politics of a post-civil society, and the Farmers’ Protests.

Interview – Zoë Windle

E-International Relations • Jun 1 2021 • Features

Zoë Windle discusses her international development work in her role at CDC, including current challenges and shifts in practice resulting from the pandemic.

Interview – Igor Okunev

E-International Relations • May 25 2021 • Features

Igor Okunev talks to us about political geography, spatial analysis, the use of geospatial technology, and alternative approaches to sovereignty.

Interview – Sharmila Parmanand

E-International Relations • May 20 2021 • Features

Sharmila Pamanand discusses the gendered dynamics of human trafficking, efforts to stop trafficking, and the transnational role of the female migrant.

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