Review – Bombshell: The Many Faces of Women Terrorists

Marla Brettschneider • Jan 10 2014 • Features

Mia Bloom’s Bombshell is an important contribution to the literature on the varied roles women perform in organized violence networks outside the formal structure of the state.

Review – Religion and American Exceptionalism

Chin-Kuei Tsui • Jan 10 2014 • Features

The authors provide a critical lens through which readers can examine the history and discursive origins of American exceptionalism – that is, a narrative which illustrates who Americans are.

Review – Cybersecurity and Cyberwar

Alex Stark • Jan 6 2014 • Features

Singer and Friedman make a significant contribution to building a deeper understanding and a common base of knowledge around cybersecurity issues for policymakers and citizens alike.

Interview – Peter W. Singer

E-International Relations • Dec 30 2013 • Features

Peter W. Singer discusses his forthcoming book Cybersecurity and Cyberwar, global security threats, and how parenthood has changed his perspective of international security.

Edited Collection – Huntington’s Clash of Civilizations Twenty Years On

E-International Relations • Dec 22 2013 • Features

A free download compiled from E-IR’s coverage of the twentieth anniversary of Samuel P. Huntington’s hotly debated 1993 Foreign Affairs article.

Interview – James Fearon

E-International Relations • Dec 16 2013 • Features

Professor James Fearon discusses responses to the civil war in Syria and offers his thoughts on the passing of Kenneth Waltz and the academic study of civil wars.

Review – Integrating Africa

Matthew Graham • Dec 13 2013 • Features

Welz’s comprehensive study reveals that despite the ever-present ambition for an integrated Africa, the perspectives of African states remain divided on the utility of a unified continent.

Review – Democratic Deliberation in the Modern World

Jonathan Kuyper • Dec 12 2013 • Features

Gunn’s admirable volume offers strong criticisms of the practicalities of deliberative democracy. However, the recent ‘systematic turn’ in deliberative theory may offer a defence of the practice.

Review – Staging the World

Kendrick Kuo • Dec 9 2013 • Features

Karl’s perspective is fresh, but is too often stifled by theoretically-laden phrases that will not be familiar to a popular audience and only begin to make sense in context over several pages.

Review – Vatican Diplomacy at the United Nations

Jodok Troy • Dec 5 2013 • Features

Melnyk’s deep knowledge of the issue traces the aspirations of the Holy See at the United Nations to its theological roots, which want the Holy See to be a voice for the defense of human dignity.

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