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Announcing the 2018 Article Award Winner

Madison Cartwright is the winner of the 2018 E-IR Article Award. Madison will receive $1000 in book tokens from Routledge, I.B. Tauris, Zed, and Hurst Publishers.

Saving Grace or Achilles Heel? The Odd Relationship Between Nuclear Weapons and Neo-Realism

Saving Grace or Achilles Heel? The Odd Relationship Between Nuclear Weapons and Neo-Realism

Its time for Neo-Realists to quit using nuclear weapons as anomaly fixers, even if this necessities a fundamental reworking of their basic principles.

Exhuming Norms: Comparing Investigations of Forced Disappearances

Exhuming Norms: Comparing Investigations of Forced Disappearances

The norm theories from International Relations fail to account for the differences in interpretation and implementation of the norms surrounding forced disappearance.

Option WTO to Assist Nuclear Nonproliferation – With Minuses and Pluses

Option WTO to Assist Nuclear Nonproliferation – With Minuses and Pluses

A hard question like proliferation will be settled in a soft environment. De-securitization is possible so long as we are ready to shift our approach to nuclear issues.

Understanding Decentralization in Mozambique with a Ziblatt-Mann Framework

Understanding Decentralization in Mozambique with a Ziblatt-Mann Framework

The Ziblatt-Mann framework proves helpful when the Mozambican central state becomes institutionalized by negotiating in a clientelist way with traditional authorities.

Differently Neutral: The Complex Relation among States, the Red Cross and NGOs

Differently Neutral: The Complex Relation among States, the Red Cross and NGOs

Red Cross and Doctors Without Borders need to organize a public debate, to bridge their ethical differences and to reach a durable agreement.

Undoing Sovereignty/Identity, Queering the ‘International’: The Politics of Law

Undoing Sovereignty/Identity, Queering the ‘International’: The Politics of Law

For the rights of human race in the field of IR, the ‘international’ needs to be deconstructed and reordered in a non-state centric and non-heteronormative manner.

Settler Colonialism and Financial Exclusion of Banks in the English Caribbean

Settler Colonialism and Financial Exclusion of Banks in the English Caribbean

To cement the notions of African and Indian inferiority to whiteness, their lack of credit worthiness and inability to manage local banks, were used as proof. 

Transitional Justice in Tunisia: Any Role for Islam?

Transitional Justice in Tunisia: Any Role for Islam?

The legacy of strict state control of religion combined with the violent crackdown on Islamic movements impacted the politics of state building after the revolution.

Rethinking World Systems Theory and Hegemony: Towards a Marxist-Realist Synthesis

Rethinking World Systems Theory and Hegemony: Towards a Marxist-Realist Synthesis

Realist and Marxist theories analyse the international economy as one of hierarchies that territorially partition the world and concentrate economic wealth within states.

Cold War Theories, War on Terror Practices

Cold War Theories, War on Terror Practices

Old reference points no longer hold in an age marked by transnational security threats that do not align with traditional security frameworks.

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