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1. The Postcolonial Vortex

2. Is Terrorism a Unique Form of Violence? An Assessment of the Academic Critique

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

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

5. Bringing the Critical Thinking Back in: A Critique of Andrew Linklater’s Theoretical Contributions to International Relations

6. Thinking through the Event: Alain Badiou versus Michael Hardt & Antonio Negr

7. Decolonize! What does it mean?

8. The institutionalized Buen Vivir: a new hegemonic political paradigm for Ecuador

9. Mobilizing Resources and Signaling Intentions: a Neoclassical Realist Analysis of Japan’s Domestic and International Instrumentalization of the Senkaku Islands Dispute and China’s Maritime Assertiveness

10. Security Studies in International Relations: Evolution, Approaches and Contemporary Challenges

11. A quarter century of ‘The Proper Scope of Government’: Theory and Applications

12. Public Security and Public Order – Conceptual and Institutional Scope

13. Systemic Analysis of Politics in the Light of Reconstruction of Structural Functionalism of Jeffrey C. Alexander

14. In the Shadow of Justice: An Interview with Katrina Forrester

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

16. Erratic Behaviour of the United Nations and Global Governance in. Africa: The State as a Smokescreen for World Security

17. Frantz Fanon: The Brightness of Metal

18. The Political Import of Deconstruction—Derrida’s Limits?: A Forum on Jacques Derrida’s Specters of Marx after 25 Years, Part I

19. Building Transnational Feminist Alliances: Reflections on the Post-2015 Development Agenda

20. From Binary to Intersectional to Imbricated Approaches: Gender in a Decolonial and Diasporic Perspective

21. Gender Issues in the Ivory Tower of Brazilian IR

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

23. Civ-mil in Danger? Blame the pundits, not the academies.

24. Reflections on Russell Kirk

25. Extremism, The American Founding, and Russell Kirk’s The Roots of American Order

26. A Sympathetic Reading of Emerson’s Politics

27. Bad World: The Negativity Bias in International Politics

28. A Few Problems with Mouffe’s Agonistic Political Theory

29. Local Self-Government as a Problem of Political Theory

30. Trumps First Year at the Helm

31. Disrupted: The Post-Colonial Issue

32. Roundtable Discussion on Homegrown Theorizing

33. Reshaping International Relations: Theoretical Innovations from Africa

34. The Crisis of Global Politics: Perspectives from Continental Philosophy

35. Structure, Agents and Discourse in Managing Economic Crises: The Case of Greece, 2009-2017

36. Rebelocracy: A Theory of Social Order in Civil War

37. Faithful to Secularism: The Religious Politics of Democracy in Ireland, Senegal, and the Philippines

38. Trump Foreign Policy Impact in the Caucasus: Projecting Azerbaijan-USA relations for the next four years and beyond

39. The Hellish Road to Good Intentions How to Break Political-Criminal Alliances in Contexts of Transition

40. More and Better: Resources Defined Through Property and Exchange

41. Is Brexit an opportunity to reform the European Parliament?

42. Yet Another War in Shingal: The Sword of Damocles

43. Egypt’s Secular Political Parties: A Struggle for Identity and Independence

44. How Regional Security Concerns Uniquely Constrain Governance in Northeastern Syria

45. Going to the People—and Back Again: The Changing Shape of the Russian Regime

46. The Relevance of Clausewitz’s Theory of War to Contemporary Conflict Resolution

47. Hebrew Sources in the Doctrine of the Law of Nature and Nations in Early Modern Europe

48. Youth in the Middle East

49. The Eastern Mediterranean in 2020: Possible Scenarios and Policy Recommendations

50. How Policy Legitimacy affects Policy Support Throughout the Policy Cycle