Review – Decolonizing Politics: An Introduction

Ayça Çubukçu • Jan 7 2022 • Features

This book offers an audacious and detailed tour de force of the colonial and racial underpinnings of political science.

Opinion – Black and Southern Feminisms Matter in the Global Climate Struggle

Lydia Ayame Hiraide • Nov 12 2021 • Articles

Black and Southern feminists challenge us to consider the climate and environmental crisis as a crisis tied up in global histories of race, gender, and class as embedded in European empire.

Interview – Chitralekha Zutshi

E-International Relations • Aug 28 2021 • Features

Chitralekha Zutshi talks about the making of Kashmiri identity, the Kashmir conflict, and the significance of recent constitutional changes made by the BJP.

Interview – Manan Ahmed

E-International Relations • Aug 24 2021 • Features

Manan Ahmed discusses colonial epistemes, Hindustan, memory and Partition, and decolonising the university.

Interview – Gurminder K. Bhambra

E-International Relations • Aug 5 2021 • Features

Gurminder K. Bhambra discusses her interdisciplinary approach, colonialism and modern social theory, Britain as an empire, and decolonising education.

By Our Own Hands and by Theirs: Africans and the Nervousness to Belong

Benjamin Maiangwa and Christiane Essombe • Jul 16 2021 • Articles

We must move beyond partisanship and forge a truly inclusive place on our own terms where Africans can finally belong, exist without being erased.

On the Margins of EU-rope: Colonial Violence at the Bosnian-Croatian Frontier

Benedetta Zocchi • Jun 30 2021 • Articles

Conventional practices of EU bordering can be questioned as being directly connected with the colonial codification of difference between worthy and unworthy peoples.

Opinion – Dismantling Ongoing Realities of Colonization in Africa

Benjamin Maiangwa and Christiane Essombe • Mar 5 2021 • Articles

it is time that Africans and those who are committed to Africa’s liberation from a colonial paradigm internalize that “only the best is good enough for Africa”.

Interview – Siba N’Zatioula Grovogui

E-International Relations • Jan 31 2021 • Features

Siba N. Grovogui discusses the importance of Black history for IR, sovereignty and Eurocentrism, Guinea and international law and his new book Beyond Eurocentrism and Anarchy.

Review – Globalizing Morocco: Transnational Activism and the Postcolonial State

Blanca Camps-Febrer • Jan 2 2021 • Features

An important contribution to the history of nationalism in Morocco, especially US-Moroccan history.

Review – Imagining Afghanistan: The History and Politics of Imperial Knowledge

Maximilian Drephal • Dec 23 2020 • Features

Manchanda’s book, which dissects the imperialism of colonial knowledge cultivation, is an essential read for any knowledge practitioner.

Interview – Amal Abu-Bakare

E-International Relations • Oct 5 2020 • Features

Amal Abu-Bakare discusses Black History Month, equality and racism in IR and her PhD research on counterterrorism as a racialised discourse.

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