Post Tagged with: "International History"

International Women’s Day Interviews

International Women’s Day Interviews

To celebrate International Women’s Day we asked former interviewees whether they think the discipline of IR has made important strides to equally incorporate women.

The ‘Forgotten Double’: Reflections at a Johannesburg War Memorial

The ‘Forgotten Double’: Reflections at a Johannesburg War Memorial

Experiences of ‘the international’ include folklore, legend, and oral history – places where IR is unable to go because of its preoccupation with rationality and order. It is time this cloak is removed.

Lewis Bush, photographed at Sir John Soane's Museum, London

Interview – Lewis Bush

Lewis Bush talks about the utilisation of visual art to comment on global issues such as Brexit, the European debt crisis, Trump and state practices of espionage.

Review – Hunger and Fury: The Crisis of Democracy in the Balkans

Review – Hunger and Fury: The Crisis of Democracy in the Balkans

Mujanović’s book outlines the crisis of democracy and failure of Western efforts to democratise the Balkan region but offers pessimism as well as hope for the future.

Global Histories in International Relations

Global Histories in International Relations

As students of International Relations are historicizing the international, historians have opened up their discipline to international and global circuits.

Irredentism, Nationalism and a Looming Asia-Pacific War

Irredentism, Nationalism and a Looming Asia-Pacific War

A country that has the objective and then launches an invasion has  an inherent desire to change the future, whilst incorporating a resetting of an ideology.

Norway-US Defence Relations in Historical Naval Perspective

Norway-US Defence Relations in Historical Naval Perspective

Caught between a resurgent Russia and a Trump presidency, how has Norway navigated its trans-Atlantic security relationship?

The Making of the Modern World

The Making of the Modern World

International politics, for good and for bad, was shaped by Europeans and by non-Europeans copying European examples.

Interview – Tine de Moor

Interview – Tine de Moor

Tine De Moor speaks about how the present benefits from historical research, answers questions on the commons, and advises young scholars to engage with societal debate.

How Time Shapes our Understanding of Global Politics

How Time Shapes our Understanding of Global Politics

Using time as a primary analytical lens takes us beyond concerns with linear and teleological time that dominate the ways in which time is understood as mere ‘history’

War through a Temporal Lens

War through a Temporal Lens

The unforeseeable future implicates the present but also the manner in which decisions in the present operate at the intersection of meaning in past and future.

Interpreting Diplomacy: The Approach of the Early English School

Interpreting Diplomacy: The Approach of the Early English School

Abandoning interpretivism has paid dividends for the English School. Yet, it continues to be dogged by criticism that it is complacent when it comes to matters of method.

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