Interview – Nicholas Kristof

E-International Relations • Dec 28 2015 • Features
Nicholas Kristof discusses the Syrian Civil War, the attitudes of US Presidential Candidates towards refugees, and the challenges of reporting from war-torn countries.

Interview – Ivan Krastev

E-International Relations • Dec 16 2015 • Features
Ivan Krastev discusses Russia's troubled relationship with the West, the problems with democratic triumphalism, and the role of the EU in the post-Cold War world.

Interview – Nori Katagiri

E-International Relations • Dec 5 2015 • Features
Dr. Katagiri discusses his latest book on insurgencies, military strategies and cooperation and Japanese-American perceptions on security, politics and the world.

Interview – David Frum

E-International Relations • Dec 2 2015 • Features
David Frum discusses the need for a welfare state post 2008-09 economic crisis, left and right populism and the Republican Party's future for the upcoming 2016 election.

Interview – Joseph Nye

E-International Relations • Nov 25 2015 • Features
Prof. Nye discusses the waning idea of the American Century, the role of China, India and Russia and the diffusion of power in world politics in the 21st century.

Interview – Jeffrey Wasserstrom

E-International Relations • Nov 18 2015 • Features
Wasserstrom talks about China's shifting place in the world given its political history, economics, foreign policy and the continued need for research in this field.

Interview – Michael Hardt

E-International Relations • Nov 11 2015 • Features
Michael Hardt discusses the changing forms of global structures since writing Empire with Negri and the interactions between social movements, politics and academics.

Interview – Nando Sigona

E-International Relations • Nov 1 2015 • Features
Dr. Sigona discusses the ongoing refugee crisis in the Euro-Mediterranean region, and the need for the EU to find a sustainable and humane response at its borders.

Interview – John R. McNeill

E-International Relations • Oct 27 2015 • Features
McNeill offers us the view that human history is a subset of ecological history and IR scholars will do well to explore the opportunities offered by historical lessons.

Interview – Charles King

E-International Relations • Oct 18 2015 • Features
Professor King discusses the decline of International Studies, the growth of quantitative methods in IR, and the issue of presenting research findings to wider audiences.

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