Foreign Policy

Interview – Mohamed Zeeshan

E-International Relations • Jun 3 2022 • Features

Mohamed Zeeshan sheds light on the changing world order, and Indian foreign policy as influenced by domestic and international factors.

Review – Fractured China

Chenchao Lian • Apr 12 2022 • Features

This book develops a useful theoretical framework to analyse the inconsistencies and contradictions in the making and implementation of China’s foreign policy.

Interview – Tom Le

E-International Relations • Feb 10 2022 • Features

Tom Le explores the meaning of militarism, military recruitment strategies in Japan, and the US presence and security in East Asia.

Interview – Ivy Kwek

E-International Relations • Dec 8 2021 • Features

Ivy Kwek discusses her research on major policy debates in Malaysia, her work with the Malaysian Ministry of Defence, and how Malaysia’s foreign policy can promote greater integration within ASEAN.

Interview – Tom Fletcher

E-International Relations • Nov 29 2021 • Features

Tom Fletcher discusses his diplomatic career, British foreign policy, state-building, and how political polarisation, technology and the pandemic challenge and alter diplomacy.

Interview – Shivshankar Menon

E-International Relations • Nov 18 2021 • Features

Shivshankar Menon talks about Sino-Indian relations, Indian foreign policy, the Belt and Road Initiative, and national boundaries in South Asia.

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.

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