Opinion – Anti-Blackness: A Go-to Foreign Policy?

Christiane Ndedi Essombe • Oct 11 2021 • Articles

As long as predominantly Black countries themselves do not acknowledge and challenge anti-Blackness within their societies and in western quarters, nothing will change.

Homocolonialism: Sexual Governance, Gender, Race and the Nation-State

Andrew Delatolla • May 11 2021 • Articles

The consequence of homocolonialism can obstruct the radical queer politics that have challenged the oppressive forces of the gendered and heterosexed nation-state.

Review – Whiskey & International Relations Theory

Filipe dos Reis and Adhemar Mercado • Apr 21 2021 • Features

The Whiskey & International Relations Theory podcast considers classical texts and recent debates in IR in an engaging and accessible way.

Interview – Caron E. Gentry

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2021 • Features

Professor Caron Gentry discusses the importance of International Women’s Day, the feminisation of IR, terrorism and violence.

Interview – Siba N’Zatioula Grovogui

E-International Relations • Jan 31 2021 • Features

Siba N. Grovogui discusses the importance of Black history for IR, sovereignty and Eurocentrism, Guinea and international law and his new book Beyond Eurocentrism and Anarchy.

Incorporating Race into Introductory International Relations Courses

Audie Klotz • Dec 17 2020 • Articles

To engage credibly and constructively, academics need to un-learn professing, in order to reconfigure our courses and classrooms.

Higher Education and Race Relations in Brazil

Hasani E. dos Santos • Nov 17 2020 • Articles

Brazil faces an offensive on public universities caused by the cuts in investment on scientific research.

Interview – Adom Getachew

E-International Relations • Oct 27 2020 • Features

Adom Getachew discusses Black History Month, the racialization of international society, Du Bois, anti-imperial resistance and how to uncover non-Western knowledge.

Comparative Regionalism’s Decolonial Turn: A Proposition

Densua Mumford • Oct 3 2020 • Articles

Through increased dialogue across various regions, comparative regionalism might evolve from being a field of colonial constructs to becoming a field of pluralistic dialogue.

Interview – Jenna Marshall

E-International Relations • May 28 2020 • Features

Jenna Marshall discusses her research on the politics of pedagogy in the Caribbean and how Pan-African social social movements help us rethink international development.

The Need for Teachers to Address Racism During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Yih Ren • May 10 2020 • Articles

Educators need to exemplify democracy and social equality and help students to raise self-awareness as an active representative of their history, family, culture, language, community and intersectional selves.

Review – Decolonising the University

Siobhan O’Neill • May 7 2020 • Features

This book presents a broad account of the discussions around the call to decolonise the university, providing a useful introduction to students, activists and academics.

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