Gender and Sexuality

Queering Genocide: How Can Sexuality Be Incorporated Into Analyses Of Genocide?

Patrick Vernon • Jan 13 2021 • Articles

Understanding more about the sexuality of genocidal violence will only come from an analysis of heterosexuality as a system of logic.

Technologies of Truth and the LGBTI+ Asylum Reality

Ricardo Prata Filho • Dec 8 2020 • Articles

The truths that science seek should be viewed with caution by those who implement the rules and have the power to apply their effects to the harsh reality of LGBTI+ people around the world.

Gender Representation in IR Journals: Experience from Indonesia

Ella S Prihatini • Oct 16 2020 • Articles

Does research influence foreign policy-making, or does it work the other way around, in which foreign policy dictates the themes, narratives, and scientific conversations?

Opinion – It’s Time to Redefine Gender Mainstreaming

Katelyn Jones and Olivia Shinners • Sep 14 2020 • Articles

The UN and other organizations need to redefine gender mainstreaming to reflect current knowledge and avoid the creation of more injustices or inequities.

Opinion – Covid-19 in Colombia: Migration, Armed Conflict and Gendered Violence

Priscyll Anctil Avoine • Jun 10 2020 • Articles

As violence is part of daily reality in several countries, the pandemic and political and economic measures should be approached differently.

Review – Gendering Diplomacy and International Negotiation

Dana Cooper • May 21 2020 • Features

This cohesive edited volume brings together a broad range of research on gender within the foreign service, peacemaking, and international negotiation.

Afghan Women in Geopolitical Imaginaries: Between NATO and India

Devaditya Agnihotri and Katharine A. M. Wright • May 11 2020 • Articles

The focus on personal stories in the media obscures the uncomfortable truth of the dire situation for Afghan women and their underrepresentation in Afghan armed forces.

Failing in the Reflexive and Collaborative Turns: Empire, Colonialism, Gender and the Impossibilities of North-South Collaborations

Desirée Poets • Apr 9 2020 • Articles

As Postcolonial Theory becomes accepted in the mainstream, how do we control the means through which academia aims to re-invent its as only seemingly more benign?

Opinion – The Gendered Consequences of Coronavirus

Katelyn Jones and Tria Raimundo • Mar 26 2020 • Articles

Women are especially affected by Coronavirus. Ensuring policies are responsive to the different ways women experience it is critical to ensure wellbeing.

International Women’s Day Interviews

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2020 • Features

To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked some of our former interviewees what we can do to forge a gender equal discipline.

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