The Anomaly of Democracy: Why Securitization Theory Fails to Explain January 6th
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by Caroline Grace Barnett
1d ago
Faced with internal security threats, a democratic state cannot always employ extraordinary measures without triggering an existential threat to its democratic identity ..read more
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Review – On the Scale of the World
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by Zizhu Wang
4d ago
Younis innovatively outlines how Black political identity has been oppressed by everyday white political discourse, but could go further to challenge a Eurocentric focus ..read more
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Interview – Antoine Bousquet
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by E-International Relations
1w ago
Antoine Bousquet applies the 'scientific way of warfare' to the current Russia-Ukraine conflict and chaoplexic theory to the study of IR and conflict in particular ..read more
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Japan’s Role in Shaping the Security Landscape of Southeast and East Asia
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by Swati Arun
1w ago
Japan has embarked upon a transformative journey that signifies a departure from its conventional pacifist stance ..read more
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Thinking Global Podcast – Dean Vuletic
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by E-International Relations
1w ago
Dean Vuletic speaks about the Eurovision Song Contest, its history, its relationship to international political discourse, and more ..read more
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Communities of Practice and the Social Ordering of World Politics
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by Emanuel Adler, Niklas Bremberg and Maïka Sondarjee
1w ago
There is a need to understand better what shapes practical judgment, normative evaluation, and reflexive agency in meaning-negotiation processes in communities of practice ..read more
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Opinion – Gendered Digital Repression in Myanmar’s Online Dissent
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by Isabella Aung
2w ago
The case of Myanmar highlights how autocrats are leveraging social media as a political tool to not only react to but also proactively deter women’s online activism ..read more
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Preventing Apocalyptic Futures: The Need for Alternatives to Development
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by Jodie Bradshaw
2w ago
The technocratic, top-down approach of development reproduces a hierarchical ordering of knowledge forms, which subalternises the epistemic forces of everyday actors ..read more
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Interview – Marianne Hanson
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by E-International Relations
2w ago
Marianne Hanson elaborates on the concept of nuclearism, as well as the history and potential future steps towards nuclear disarmament and abolition ..read more
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Opinion – Labour’s Embrace of Realism: Progressive or Problematic?
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by Seán Molloy
2w ago
The dilemmas facing UK foreign policy cannot be solved by the combination of a mechanistic realism and the profession of progressive aims ..read more
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