Student Features

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Realism and ISIS

Sandrina Antunes and Isabel Camisão • Jun 17 2019 • Student Features

Realism often yields strong results as a tool of analysis, as examing the rise of the Islamic State group in the years after the Iraq invasion demonstrated.

Student Essay Award – Win Free Books and Get Published

E-International Relations • Apr 25 2019 • Student Features

The E-IR Student Essay Award award rewards undergraduate and Masters students who share their best essays and dissertations for the benefit of their global peer group.

Student Feature – Just Graduated? Why Not Try a Masters in IR

E-International Relations • Jul 10 2018 • Student Features

For a lot of students, it’s that time of the year – graduation! It can be daunting figuring out what to do next. If you do fancy a shot at a graduate program, read on for some handy resources.

Student Feature – Religion and Politics

John A. Rees • Mar 9 2018 • Student Features

Both history and contemporary events remind us that religion can have a political impact on individuals, nations and international society.

Student Feature – Levels of Analysis

Carmen Gebhard • Feb 25 2018 • Student Features

Many actors at different levels influence international relations, which means that addressing today’s challenges requires researchers to analyse these different levels.

Student Feature – The Evolution of the Nation-State

Erik Ringmar • Jan 12 2018 • Student Features

This student feature introduces readers to the development of nation-states. Once believed to offer perpetual peace, they soon gave rise to an even harsher form of war.

Student Feature – Foreign Policy

Sheriff Folarin • Dec 20 2017 • Student Features

A brief and accessible introduction to foreign policy, prerogative and key activity of the state.

Student Feature – Teaching International Political Economy via Everyday Life

I-PEEL • Oct 8 2017 • Student Features

Our hope is that I-PEEL will be used to excite students about the prospect of studying IPE, and fit in alongside the use of established resources like textbooks and journal articles.

Student Essay Award – Win Free Books and Get Published

E-International Relations • Sep 18 2017 • Student Features

The E-IR Student Essay Award award rewards undergraduate and Masters students who share their best essays and dissertations for the benefit of their global peer group.

Student Feature – A Brief Introduction to the Study of International Relations

A.C. McKeil • Jul 3 2017 • Articles

This feature is for the new student interested in becoming familiar with the study of International Relations (IR) and also for students struggling to grasp how IR fits together as a whole.


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