Review – War, Survival Units, and Citizenship

Siniša Malešević • Nov 4 2022 • Features

Kaspersen’s book demonstrates the need for a wider debate on state formation and warfare, moving beyond neo-bellicist theories, but the proposed framework proves less convincing.

Review – Citizenship

Rizal Buendia • Sep 7 2021 • Features

Kochenov’s provocative book assesses the concept and practice of citizenship, which he contends has always, in essence, been racist.

Travel Learning Clusters as Signature Pedagogies

Shane Joshua Barter • May 14 2021 • Articles

Learning clusters can cultivate a deeper learning structure, imparting local know-how, and implicitly teach normative dimensions that are central to a sense of global citizenship.

Signature Pedagogies and International Relations Theory

Mathew Davies • May 7 2021 • Articles

The value of political science in general stems from the creation of informed citizens who see the world with empathy, with humility, but with hope in their own agency.

Citizenship Revocation as a Human Rights Violation: The Case of Shamima Begum

Amidst hundreds of thousands of stateless individuals worldwide the crisis of statelessness and citizenship revocation is a crisis of fundamental human rights.

The Affective Times of Fear: Stories from India

Dhrijyoti Kalita • Aug 25 2020 • Articles

A look at the recent citizenship tangle in India reasserts the secular democracy’s tendencies of predetermining individual identities based on their ideological affiliations.

Negotiations in the Field: Citizenship, Political Belonging and Appearance

Sezer İdil Göğüş • Apr 21 2020 • Articles

It’s important to be aware that negotiations can be faced in the field before entering it and to know that such feelings of fear, failure, and discomfort are expected. 

Interview – Swati Parashar

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2020 • Features

Swati Parashar discusses the importance of International Women’s Day, barriers to feminist solidarity, #MeToo, postcolonial feminism and challenging patriarchal power.

Review – The Another Europe Podcast

Alexandra Bulat • Nov 29 2019 • Features

This ongoing podcast from the Another Europe Is Possible campaign organisation debates controversial topics such as Brexit and freedom of movement in an inclusive style.

Interview – Kwame Anthony Appiah

E-International Relations • Oct 15 2019 • Features

Kwame Anthony Appiah talks about cosmopolitanism, identity, moral progress, Afrocentrism, what Black History Month means to him and gives some advice for young scholars.

Interview – Elisabete Azevedo-Harman

E-International Relations • Oct 11 2018 • Features

Elisabete Azevedo-Harman sheds light on the growth of communication, citizenship and technology in Africa and discusses Dhlakama’s legacy, democracy and President Nyusi.

Interview – PJ Brendese

E-International Relations • Sep 27 2018 • Features

PJ Brendese discusses his work exploring public memory, forgetting, relationships to memory and their link to democratic possibilities, and recent debates over monuments.

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