Review – Feminist Solutions for Ending War

Madita Standke-Erdmann • Sep 8 2022 • Features

This book presents a wide variety of solutions to war that are grounded in feminist theory, and promotes awareness and discourse on the issue.

Review Feature – Re-examining IPE

Randall Germain • May 26 2022 • Features

The two books in this feature provide fresh perspectives on International Political Economy by questioning and advocating a shift away from established economic and historical narratives.

Interview – Tuong Vu

E-International Relations • May 7 2022 • Features

Tuong Vu sheds light on the economic performance and policy choices of East Asian countries, and the extent to which they are influenced by political regimes.

Review – Contesting the Global Order

Yavuz Tuyloglu • Mar 12 2022 • Features

This intellectual biography of Immanuel Wallerstein and Perry Anderson provides a distinct comparative anaysis and relates their approaches to contemporary crises.

Review – Within, Against, and Beyond Liberalism

Randall Germain • Dec 19 2021 • Features

This tour de force by Blaney and Inayatullah engages with a wide range of IPE scholars and presents an intriguing discussion of time and eurocentrism, though both warrant further analysis.

Adorno on Late Modernity and Unfreedom: Reflections in a Global Era

Silviya Lechner • Jul 16 2021 • Articles

Adorno further alerts us to the threat that Fascism might reappear in novel historical forms. If he is right, all contemporary societies in late modernity contain fascist elements in one form or another.

Review – The Value of Everything

Brianna Nicole Hernandez • May 14 2020 • Features

With an eclectic view on the economy, Mazzucato constructs a complex configuration of value creation beyond the tangible.

Interview – Adam Fabry

E-International Relations • Apr 16 2020 • Features

Adam Fabry talks about his book and research on Hungary, including economic and political changes, the origins of the far-right and alternative forms of resistance.

Review – Capital et idéologie

Torbjørn L. Knutsen • Jan 16 2020 • Features

An impressive tome that seeks to explain the legitimizing ideologies which are used to justify the unequal distribution of wealth and income both historically and today.

Reinforcing Environmental Degradation With Market-Based Sustainability Schemes

Angela Licata • Dec 31 2019 • Articles

In order to change the capitalist culture that causes mass consumerism, we need environmental initiatives that do not reinforce the problematic consumer culture.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Marxism, Migrants and Borders

Maïa Pal • Jun 24 2019 • Student Features

Marxist IR theory challenges the notion of borders by focusing on the injustices capitalism creates.

Interview – Sara Salem

E-International Relations • Jun 24 2019 • Features

Sara Salem explores postcolonial, Marxist and feminist theory, the Egyptian feminist movement, transnational solidarity and the radical roots of intersectionality.

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