Interview – Dean Cooper-Cunningham

E-International Relations • Apr 25 2020 • Features
Dean Cooper-Cunningham discusses the benefits of using visual methods in IR, responses to Russian political queerphobia and the visuality of resistance and (in)security.

Fieldwork, Feelings and Failure to Be a (Proper) Security Researcher

Jan Daniel • Apr 19 2020 • Articles
Fieldwork is, among many other things, messy, and deeply frustrating and failure is unavoidable. The feelings this produces are shared by many researchers.

Globalized Authoritarianism: The Expansion of the Chinese Surveillance Apparatus

Adrian Kreutz • Apr 3 2020 • Articles
The expansion hypothesis is verified by the expansion of the Chinese surveillance technology. This threatens liberal democracy through the accumulation of illiberal acts.

Colonial Politics of Digital Security Interfaces

Pedro Maia • Mar 17 2020 • Articles
When juxtaposing quantified data, digital territories, data visualization and security they end up reifying and perpetuating colonial practices and imaginaries.

International Women’s Day Interviews

E-International Relations • Mar 8 2020 • Features
To celebrate International Women's Day we asked some of our former interviewees what we can do to forge a gender equal discipline.

Climate Change and Food Security in the Pacific

Saber Salem • Feb 18 2020 • Articles
There are multiple disasters such as sea level rise, drought, cyclones and flooding which directly impact the food security of the region and could send millions of its already impoverished population to destitution.

Now Recruiting – International Security Editors

E-International Relations • Feb 11 2020 • Features
We seek early career scholars and students to join our team and help us develop our theoretical and empirical academic coverage of human and national security.

Interview – Alice Hill

E-International Relations • Jan 6 2020 • Features
Alice Hill discusses her work on resilience and climate change, how to encourage policy-makers to incorporate resilience and what more could be done by elected officials.

How Often Does the UN Security Council Use a Gender Lens? Not Often Enough

Katelyn Jones • Nov 6 2019 • Articles
The Women, Peace and Security agenda’s impact continues to be limited in scope as Security Council meetings do not incorporate the gender lens mandated by USNCR 1325.

Interview – Toni Haastrup

E-International Relations • Oct 24 2019 • Features
Toni Haastrup discusses the importance of Black History Month, challenges faced by the African Union, the Women, Peace and Security Agenda, EU-AU relations and Brexit.

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