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1. International Relations in Search of an Antidote

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

3. Shared Human Values and the Great Powers’ Competition: Trends in the Evolution of the International Relations System

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

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

6. South Korea's Public Diplomacy during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Seeking Status as an Authority in Global Governance

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

18. A Roundtable on Lauren Turek, To Bring the Good News to All Nations: Evangelical Influence on Human Rights and U.S. Foreign Relations

19. A Roundtable on Christopher Dietrich, A Companion to U.S. Foreign Relations

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

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

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

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

24. Media Reporting on International Affairs

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

26. Recrafting International Relations by Worlding Multiply

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

28. Reframing International Relations and Development (Syllabus Resource)

29. IR Theories (Syllabus Resource)

30. Catalyzing Consensus around Global Commitments

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

32. Charting a New Course: Women, Peace and Security, and the Maritime Domain

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

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

35. Immigration Policy as Foreign Policy

36. R2P and the Pluralist Norm-shapers

37. The Fundamental Conceptual Trinity of Cyberspace

38. A Roundtable on Joseph S. Nye, Jr. Do Morals Matter?: Presidents and Foreign Policy from FDR to Trump

39. A Roundtable on Daniel Bessner and Fredrik Logevall, “Recentering the United States in the Historiography of American Foreign Relations”

40. Roundtable on Timothy J. Lynch, In the Shadow of the Cold War: American Foreign Policy from George Bush Sr. to Donald Trump

41. Spring 2020 edition of Strategic Visions

42. International Relations (IR) Pedagogy, Dialogue and Diversity: Taking the IR Course Syllabus Seriously

43. Dialogue of the “Globals”: Connecting Global IR to Global Intellectual History

44. The Idea of Dialogue of Civilizations and Core-Periphery Dialogue in International Relations

45. Locating a Multifaceted and Stratified Disciplinary ‘Core’

46. Foregrounding the Complexities of a Dialogic Approach to Global International Relations

47. Alternatives to the State: Or, Why a Non-Western IR Must Be a Revolutionary Science FacebookLinkedInTwitterMendeleyEmail

48. Wallerstein, Arrighi, and Amin: Imperialism in Fordist Capitalism

49. A New Direction: A Foreign Policy Playbook on Military Restraint for the Biden Team

50. Multipolarity in Practice: Understanding Russia’s Engagement With Regional Institutions

51. Convergence in Media and Telecom in the face of COVID-19: Europe in a Transatlantic and International Perspective

52. Human Rights (Syllabus Resource)

53. Feminism (Syllabus Resource)

54. Liberalism (Syllabus Resource)

55. Cyber Space and International Law as a 21st Century Paradox | 21. Yüzyıl Paradoksu Olarak Siber Uzay ve Uluslararası Hukuk

56. Weaponized Interdependence: How Global Economic Networks Shape State Coercion

57. Introduction: Gender in the Global South: A Complex and Contradictory Agenda

58. Gender and Feminisms in IR: Reviewing Theory and Practice: Interview with Marysia Zalewski

59. North Atlantic Perspectives: A Forum on Stuart Hall’s The Fateful Triangle: Race, Ethnicity, Nation, Part I

60. The Cartographic Constitution Of International Politics

61. The Modern Political Map of Our Ocean Planet

62. Maps Of War And Peace: Rethinking Geography In International Affairs

63. Technology and Tensions in the Global Commons

64. Human Rights from the International Relations

65. Basic Concepts And Theories In International Peacekeeping: An Analytical Review

66. Broadening the Horizons of the “International” by Historicizing it: Comparative Historical Analysis

67. Discourse Analysis: Strengths and Shortcomings

68. An Application of Expected Utility Modeling and Game Theory in IR: Assessment of International Bargaining on Iran’s Nuclear Program

69. Large-N Analysis in the Study of Conflict

70. Methodological Poverty and Disciplinary Underdevelopment in IR

71. Reflecting on the Reflectivist Approach to Qualitative Interviewing

72. Rethinking International Security: Feminist Critiques in International Relations

73. Opportunity and Willingness as a Pre-Theoretical Framework in Explaining Wars

74. Keynote lecture and workshop: Governing Global Health Security in the 21st Century

75. OIIP Podcast with Professor Stefan Elbe

76. Global Compact for Migration: Security Constraints versus Humanitarian Morality in the Case of Morocco

77. The Avoidable War: Reflections on U.S.-China Relations and the End of Strategic Engagement

78. NATO at Seventy: Filling NATO’s Critical Defense-Capability Gaps

79. Intelligence Oversight Priorities for the 116th Congress

80. Road warriors: Foreign fighters in the armies of jihad

81. Who will Save Jerusalem:The Dichotomy of Arab Politics in Trump's Era!

82. The Algerian Crisis: Origins and Prospects for a “Second Republic”

83. The Melians’ Revenge: How Small, Frontline, European States Can Employ Emerging Technology to Defend Against Russia

84. European Energy Security and Transatlantic Cooperation: A Current Assessment

85. Navigating the Energy Transition

86. Protecting critical national infrastructure in an era of IT and OT convergence

87. Between Japan and Southeast Asia: Australia and US-China economic rivalry

88. Redefining Europe’s economic sovereignty

89. Effectiveness of cohesion policy: learning from the project characteristics that produce the best results

90. How to improve European Union cohesion policy for the next decade

91. Estimating the cost of capital for wind energy investments in Turkey

92. Anatomy of a Buy: The Four Dimensions of Procuring a Future Fighter for Canada

93. Updating an ODA Policy in Canada: The Role of Global Remittances in Development

94. CESD Research Brief: Should we expect a change in the rate of Azerbaijani manat in context of high demand for US dollar?

95. 1989 with Chinese Characteristics

96. Using Behavioral Insights to Improve Truancy Notifications

97. Trump Isn’t Really Trying to End America’s Wars

98. The #MeToo Movement Has Gone Global

99. Trump’s Betrayal of the Kurds Is Terrible, But the Answer Is Not Endless War

100. Five years after Maidan: Toward a Greater Eurasia?