Interview – Chamindra Weerawardhana

E-International Relations • Jul 1 2021 • Features

Chamindra Weerawardhana discusses decolonial intersectional feminist epistemology, transfeminist politics, LGBTIQ+ rights in South Asia, activism and decolonising peacebuilding.

A Decolonial Feminist Analysis of Narratives from Nicaragua and El Salvador

Fiore Bran Aragón • Jun 17 2021 • Articles

The infra-political and political resistances articulated by migrant women and caregiver grandmothers contribute to the reconfiguration of their identities.

Women for Profit – Seeking Asylum in the United States: A Neocolonial Story

Sara Riva • Jun 14 2021 • Articles

Through neoliberal processes, women who seek asylum are subject to exploitation both in their countries of origin and once they reach their destinations.

The Status of African Women in Foreign Policy

Primrose Z.J Bimha • May 6 2021 • Articles

The dominance of patriarchal sociocultural values continues to undermine prospects for women to aspire towards or thrive within foreign policy oriented spaces.

Transnational Feminist Networks and Contemporary Crises

Valentine M. Moghadam • Apr 6 2021 • Articles

Working with civil society and social movement partners and with allies in IGOs, transnational feminist activism spans local, national, regional, and global terrains, and has become a fixture of world politics.

Identity and Foreign Policy: Competing Narratives in Swedish State Autobiographies

Nico Edwards • Mar 10 2021 • Articles

Proponents of arms exports ultimately succeeded in ensuring that Wallström’s feminist foreign policy wouldn’t realise its professed intentions.

International Women’s Day Interviews

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked some of our former contributors how we can challenge gendered inequalities.

Interview – Caron E. Gentry

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

Professor Caron Gentry discusses the importance of International Women’s Day, the feminisation of IR, terrorism and violence.

Gender as a Post-Conflict Condition: Revisiting the Three Waves

Olga Demetriou • Mar 6 2021 • Articles

Feminism as a post-conflict condition does not simply entail organising feminist security as a subset of human security but making feminism a condition of (global) post-conflict politics.

Opinion – How Polish Women Fight Their Right-Wing Government

Monika Kabata and Kateřina Krulišová • Jan 26 2021 • Articles

The situation in Poland is a symptom of the global backlash against women’s rights. At the same time, it shows the power of peaceful protest and the importance of feminist solidarity.

Opinion – COVID-19’s War on Feminism in the U.S.

Tanishka Talagadadeevi • Dec 14 2020 • Articles

The pandemic has shone a light on the reality that institutionalized sexism is still prevalent in the United States and around the world.

Review – Vernacular Sovereignties: Indigenous Women Challenging World Politics

Margot Cohen • Aug 21 2020 • Features

The book maps the intersecting forms of oppression Indigenous women and subverts colonial histories through the narration of resistance.

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