Post Tagged with: "International Relations"

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Scopic Regimes, Drones, and the Visual Turn in International Relations

The discipline of international relations needs to better engage with different ways of seeing, particularly those arising outside of western traditions.

Hybrid Warfare and the Role Civilians Play

Hybrid Warfare and the Role Civilians Play

The intent to destabilize and weaken a state or community with persistent, non-military-based attacks is changing the ways in which war is understood.

Popular Culture Matters: Defining ‘Politics’ in Popular Culture & World Politics

Popular Culture Matters: Defining ‘Politics’ in Popular Culture & World Politics

The ‘Politics’ in PCWP remains limited and narrowly understood, even as the sites at which it is located expand.

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.

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Classroom

The Importance of Media Literacy in the Classroom

If we want students to learn about the world, how it works, how structures and processes are connected, this requires students to engage with news media.

Student Feature – Just Graduated? Why Not Try a Masters in IR

Student Feature – Just Graduated? Why Not Try a Masters in IR

For a lot of students, it’s that time of the year – graduation! It can be daunting figuring out what to do next. If you do fancy a shot at a graduate program, read on for some handy resources.

Welcome (Back) To the Ivory Tower

Welcome (Back) To the Ivory Tower

Ivory Tower is for IR instructors to create dialogue, provide support, and further the enterprise of IR through advice and reflection on teaching, research, and service.

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The 2018 E-IR Article Award ($1000 Prize)

E-IR’s Article Award, sponsored by Zed, Hurst, I.B. Tauris & Routledge invites PhD students and early career academics to prepare papers that will contribute to a better understanding of international relations.

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Popular Culture Matters: An Introduction

The first post in a series detailing the impact of popular culture on world politics from the perspective of participants at the ISA workshop ‘Popular Culture Matters’.

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Northern Fears: Preparing for and Watching Norden’s Doom

Netflix’s “The Rain” has been released at the beginning of a new era of insecurity for the notoriously peaceful nation of Sweden.

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Why Trump’s Meeting with North Korea Matters: The Asia-Middle East Connection

Trump’s meeting with Kim Jong-un may be strategic for U.S. foreign politics in the face of strengthening relations between North Korea and Iran.

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Turkish-U.S. Strategic Relations and the Syrian Civil War

The U.S. should not neglect Turkey’s security concerns in Syria, while Turkey must be ready to see the Kurdish people play a role in Syria’s political transition.

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