International Development

Interview – Swati Parashar

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2020 • Features
Swati Parashar discusses the importance of International Women's Day, barriers to feminist solidarity, #MeToo, postcolonial feminism and challenging patriarchal power.

The Myth of Multipolarity and Overexpansion of Rising Powers: The Case of Brazil

Luis L. Schenoni • Nov 11 2019 • Articles
Brazil over-expanded considerably in the first decades of the 21st century in a process that was fuelled by domestic interest groups as well as a myth of multipolarity.

Student Feature – Theory in Action: Global South Perspectives on Development

Lina Benabdallah, Carlos Murillo-Zamora and Victor Adetula • Sep 17 2019 • Student Features
As new economic powers such as India, China, Brazil, Turkey as well as other rising economies emerge, IR will need to do more to pay attention to the perspectives of those in the Global South.

Science, Technology and Security in the Middle East

Yannis Stivachtis • May 23 2019 • Articles
The technological dependence of Arab countries has enhanced their vulnerability to outside interference and reduced their internal, national integration.

Interview – Hilton Root

E-International Relations • Feb 26 2019 • Features
Dr Hilton Root talks about his book Dynamics Among Nations, non-Western perspectives on International Political Economy, 'preventative chaos' and development models.

Developing Countries and UN Peacebuilding: Opportunities and Challenges

Ricardo Oliveira dos Santos • Feb 25 2019 • Articles
We must ask questions about how to reform historically rooted principles, norms, expectations, and understandings about how to achieve a sustainable peace in the international society.

A Rationale for Pluralism: The Rural, Remote Peasant

Patricia J. Sohn • Feb 15 2019 • Articles
Policies that force people to choose between homogenization, fracture, or exclusion are rarely viable. Pluralism (institutional, cultural, social, and economic) offers extended periods of peace.

Review – Multipolar Globalization: Emerging Economies and Development

Sérgio Costa • Sep 19 2018 • Features
This book presents a clear and convincing argument for the shift from a Western centered globalization to a multipolar one and also considers multicentric perspectives.

Interview – Lisa Tilley

E-International Relations • Jul 19 2018 • Features
Lisa Tilley discusses the relationship between the urban and the international, the political economy of knowledge, and the potential for theory to be subversive.

Interview – Robbie Shilliam

E-International Relations • Jun 14 2018 • Features
Robbie Shilliam talks about the obstacles to decolonizing the academy, postcolonial politics, his forthcoming book Race and the Undeserving Poor and studying IR theory.

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