Review Feature – New Perspectives on Diplomacy

Kristin Anabel Eggeling • Jul 9 2022 • Features

The two books in this feature provide complementary accounts of the theoretical and practical aspects of contemporary diplomacy.

Review – Women’s International Thought

Kathryn Starnes • Jun 9 2022 • Features

This book provides fresh perspectives on the role of women’s thought in the development of International Relations through the 20th century.

Interview – David Campbell

E-International Relations • Apr 22 2022 • Features

David Campbell discusses the United States’ identity in global politics, the representation of refugees in Australian media, and the role of visual media in international relations.

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.

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.

Interview – Till Mostowlansky

E-International Relations • Dec 6 2020 • Features

Anthropologist Till Mostowlansky talks to us about his work in the borderlands of Central Asia and how globalisation, borders, and infrastructure impact peoples’ lives.

The European Identity: An Attempt at a Novel Approach

Ugur Tekiner • Apr 15 2020 • Articles

The European Identity is caught amid five major tensions, so a novel approach can develop on the condition that its room of manoeuvre left by those tensions is overcome.

Interview – Laurence Payot

E-International Relations • Dec 18 2019 • Features

Artist Laurence Payot talks about her projects gathering stories from refugees and displaced people across the UK, identity, and the ways art can influence politics.

Interview – Kwame Anthony Appiah

E-International Relations • Oct 15 2019 • Features

Kwame Anthony Appiah talks about cosmopolitanism, identity, moral progress, Afrocentrism, what Black History Month means to him and gives some advice for young scholars.

Interview – Costas Constantinou

E-International Relations • Sep 19 2019 • Features

Costas Constantinou discusses the application of IR theory to diplomacy, the gap between scholarship on diplomacy and practice, plus the Cyprus Problem and identity.

Is the Conflict in Anglophone Cameroon an Ethnonational Conflict?

Njie Makolo Joseph • Aug 26 2019 • Articles

The crisis in Cameroon began with the unprovoked harassment of lawyers engaged in peaceful protest marches in September 2016 and ended up an enthonational conflict.

Interview – Kate Ferguson

E-International Relations • May 8 2019 • Features

Kate Ferguson talks to us about identity-based violence, the rise in mass-atrocities, the effectiveness of R2P, and the relationship between academia and policy-making.

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