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1. The Trajectory of International Relations Dissertations in Turkish Academia Between 2000 and 2020

2. Turkish IR Journals through a Bibliometric Lens

3. Non-Western Theories in International Relations Education and Research: The Case of Turkey/Turkish Academia FacebookLinkedInTwitterMendeleyEmail

4. Sea Blindness in Turkish International Relations Literature

5. Lessons Learned from the Development of Turkish IR: A View from Greece

6. International Relations in Search of an Antidote

7. The Monroe Doctrine as the Will and Idea of the United States of America

8. Legacy of the Troubles: The Role of Civil Society in Providing Justice for Victims in Northern Ireland

9. Patents, Pandemics, and the Private Sector: The Battle Over Public Health Norms During COVID-19

10. The Future of Digital Evidence Authentication at the International Criminal Court

11. Theorizing The State and Its Autonomy in Western IR: A Comparative Analysis of Realist and Historical Sociological Approaches

12. ‘Global’ IR and Self-Reflections in Turkey: Methodology, Data Collection, and Data Repository

13. Reflexive Solidarity: Toward a Broadening of What It Means to be “Scientific” in Global IR Knowledge

14. The English School and Global IR – A Research Agenda

15. Towards Guanxi? Reconciling the “Relational Turn” in Western and Chinese International Relations Scholarship

16. Globalizing IR: Can Regionalism offer a path for other Sub-Disciplines?

17. Methodological Nationalism in International Relations: A Quantitative Assessment of Academia in Turkey (2015-2019)

18. The Global Division of Labor in a Not So Global Discipline

19. After Trump: Enemies, Partisans, and Recovery

20. ntroduction to the Special Issue Anxiety and Change in International Relations

21. Anxiety, Ambivalence and Sublimation: ontological in/security and the world risk society

22. Ontological Insecurity, Anxiety, and Hubris: An Affective Account of Turkey-KRG Relations

23. Is Critique Still Possible in International Relations Theory? A Critical Engagement with IR’s Vocation

24. How Does Gramsci Travel in Latin America? Before and After Critical International Relations Theory

25. Imperial Chutzpah in World Politics as a Factor in International Relations Today

26. The Importance of the English Language in Public Diplomacy and International Relations

27. La contribución de España a la OTAN: el Flanco Este y sus relaciones con Rusia

28. Administration and National Defense: Analysis of the relationship between two areas of scientific knowledge in Brazil

29. Towards Sustainable Peace and Cooperation

30. Global South Perspectives on International Relations: new frameworks for Transboundary Water Analysis

31. Negotiations in international procurement management: the case of Bank BIC internationalization project within the CPSC space

32. La Politica de Francia en el Norte de África y África Occidental: Nuevas Narrativas, Viejas Legitimidades

33. Estados Unidos y África. Historia de una no-política

34. A More Complete Realism: Grand Strategy in a New Key

35. Corruption, FDI, and Trade Freedom Relationship Between Turkey and Latin American Countries

36. China Makes a Move in the Middle East: How Far Will Sino-Arab Strategic Rapprochement Go?

37. An International Lifeline: Taiwan’s Parliamentary Outreach

38. The Rise and Fall of Homegrown Concepts in Global IR: The Anatomy of ‘Strategic Depth’ in Turkish IR

39. The policy of the People’s Republic of China towards Central and Eastern Europe in 2012-2020

40. From the Barcelona Process to the New Agenda for the Mediterranean: In Search of an Appropriate Model of Cooperation/Del Proceso de Barcelona a la nueva agenda para el Mediterráneo: En busca de un modelo apropiado de cooperación

41. The Sino–U.S. National Identity Gap and Bilateral Relations

42. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Game Changer in the Indo-Pacific: The View from Japan

43. How COVID-19 Has Affected the Geopolitics of Korea

44. China, ASEAN, and the Covid-19 Pandemic

45. The COVID-19 Pandemic and Geopolitics in the Indo-Pacific: A View from the United States

46. The Pandemic as a Geopolitical Gamechanger in the Indo-Pacific: The View from China

47. Rethinking the Regional Security Complex Theory: A South American view between 2008-2016

48. Research Perspectives and Boundaries of Thought: Security, Peace, Conflict, and the Anthropocene

49. The Interactions of International Relations: Racism, Colonialism, Producer-Centred Research

50. Hedging as a Survival Strategy for Small States: The Case of Kuwait

51. A Government Devoid of Strong Leadership: A Neoclassical Realist Explanation of Turkey’s Iraq War Decision in 2003

52. Tianxia (All-Under-Heaven): An Alternative System or a Rose by another Name?

53. At the Brink of Nuclear War: Feasibility of Retaliation and the U.S. Policy Decisions During the 1962 Cuban Missile Crisis

54. Leveraging Submarine Cables for Political Gain: U.S. Responses to Chinese Strategy

55. Ratification, Reservations, and Review: Exploring the Role of the CEDAW Compliance Mechanisms in Women’s Rights

56. Stealing the Genie from the Lamp: The Politics of Energy and Justice in Canada

57. The United Nations Children and Armed Conflict Agenda: Integrating Child Protection Issues and Children’s Voices in Peace Processes

58. De-nationalising Nationalism in Iran: An Account on the Interaction between Domestic and International Dynamics

59. How not to Globalise IR: ‘Centre’ and ‘Periphery’ as Constitutive of ‘the International’

60. Recrafting International Relations by Worlding Multiply

61. Going Beyond the Add-and-Stir Critique: Tracing the Hybrid Masculinist Legacies of the Performative State

62. Challenging International Relations’ Conceptual Constraints: The International and Everyday Life across Borders in Southern Africa

63. Vietnam and India’s Approach to the Indo-Pacific Region: Implication for Bilateral Relation Promotion

64. Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis

65. The Silence of non-Western International Relations Theory as a Camouflage Strategy: The Trauma of Qing China and the Late Ottoman Empire

66. U.S. Trade Policy toward China: Learning the Right Lessons

67. Systemic Reconfiguration of Capitalism: Applying Ruggie’s Critique of Waltz in Economics

68. Opciones estratégicas de Rusia desde la óptica del neorrealismo ofensivo

69. The Great Illusion: Foreign Policy Advocacy and the Problem of Knowledge

70. Turkish-Greek Rapprochement in the 1930s: The British Factor as a Third Party

71. The two Koreas´ Relations with China: Vision and Challenge

72. Ukraine’s European Integration: The Russian Factor

73. Turkey’s Membership Process In a Multi-Speed European Union

74. Russian information offensive in the international relations

75. R2P and the Pluralist Norm-shapers

76. The Fundamental Conceptual Trinity of Cyberspace

77. The Implications of the China–Pakistan Economic Corridor for Pakistan–European Union Relations

78. From White Teyab to Pink Kandakat: Gender and the 2018-2019 Sudanese Revolution

79. Gender and Migration from North Korea

80. Lessons from Ukraine: Shifting International Surrogacy Policy to Protect Women and Children

81. The New British Colonialism: British Policy of Influence in the Arab Gulf States after the Withdrawal (1971-1991)

82. Epistemic hegemony: the Western straitjacket and post-colonial scars in academic publishing

83. Modern Migration Pattern in Indonesia: Dilemmas of a Transit Country

84. Searching for Legitimacy? The Motivations behind Inter-Korean Dialogue during the Mid-1980s

85. The Influence of Diplomacy on Controversies: A Comparative Study Between Diplomatic Mediation and Armed Conflict

86. Main Trends of Terrorism in Africa Towards 2025

87. African Marxist Military Regimes, Rise and Fall: Internal Conditioners and International Dimensions

88. Brazil-Africa Relations: From the Slave Nexus to the Construction of Strategic Partnerships

89. The Everyday Importance of International Relations: Walk a Mile in Your Own Shoes

90. U.S.-China Relations and the Need for Continued Public Diplomacy

91. International Opinion of the U.S. Slides from Respect to Pity

92. Negotiating the U.S.-Romania Consular Convention

93. Immigration Policy as Foreign Policy


95. Spring 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

96. Reassessing U.S.-Azerbaijani Relations: A Shared Imperative to Look Ahead

97. While You Were Sleeping: Winds of Change in the South Caucasus

98. Joint U.S.-Korea Academic Studies 2020

99. ASEAN’s Looming Anxiety

100. Is China’s Innovation a Threat to the South Korea-China Economic Relationship?