Foreign Policy

Opinion – Anti-Blackness: A Go-to Foreign Policy?

Christiane Ndedi Essombe • Oct 11 2021 • Articles

As long as predominantly Black countries themselves do not acknowledge and challenge anti-Blackness within their societies and in western quarters, nothing will change.

Interview – Isa Yusibov

E-International Relations • Sep 4 2021 • Features

Isa Yusibov outlines Russia and Turkey’s foreign relations, particularly towards China and the Middle East, as well as how they view each other.

Interview – Jessica Cheung

E-International Relations • Jul 30 2021 • Features

Jessica Cheung discusses her research on feminist foreign policy, tensions between foreign and domestic policy, and the challenges early career researchers face.

Review – Europe and America: The End of the Transatlantic Relationship?

Roberta N. Haar • Jul 29 2021 • Features

The differences on display in Cornwall and the damage done to transatlantic relations by the Trump era are the main topics explored in Federiga Bindi’s 2019 edited volume.

Review – Singapore Is Not An Island

Benjamin Tze Ern Ho • Jun 17 2021 • Features

Veteran diplomat Bilahari Kausikan explores the foreign policy dynamics of the island city-state of Singapore, including how it creates and maintains relevance in the region and beyond.

Interview – Joshua Busby

E-International Relations • May 16 2021 • Features

Josua Busby talks about climate security, the role of militaries in achieving it, those most at risk from climate change, and he looks ahead to COP26.

Review – US Strategy in the Asian Century: Empowering Allies and Partners

Eerishika Pankaj • Mar 31 2021 • Features

Denmark’s timely book includes a full assessment of US allies and partners and proposes logical strategic shifts necessary for the US in response to a rising China.

Opinion – Assessing Changes in How Australia Refers to Extremism

Benjamin Cherry-Smith • Mar 28 2021 • Articles

ASIO is stepping away from using ‘right-wing’ or ‘Islamic’ and instead referring to the principal motivation of the individual or group as ‘ideological’ or ‘religiously’ motivated violent extremism.

Interview – Jon (Yuan) Jiang

E-International Relations • Mar 25 2021 • Features

Jon (Yuan) Jiang assesses Sino-Russian relations, the impact of the pandemic on the Belt and Road Initiative, and Austrialia’s potential involvement.

European Foreign Policy and the Realities of Subsidiarity

Jörg Michael Dostal • Mar 17 2021 • Articles

The cases of Libya, Iraq and Syria show the consequences of traditional power politics in Europe have closely aligned with US foreign policy and embedded in transatlantic networks.

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.

Interview – Katsiaryna Shmatsina

E-International Relations • Feb 28 2021 • Features

Katsiaryna Shmatsina outlines the key factors behind current protests in Belarus, their potential for success, and developments in Belarus’ foreign policy.

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