Raskolnikov’s Realism

At the end of Crime and Punishment, Dostoyevsky’s masterpiece, we find a moment when the main character (and at this point, our friend) Raskolnikov dreams about the international. He is … Continue Reading →

Harry Potter, society, politics, IR and whatnot

Of course, the classic IR statement on Harry Potter is the volume edited by Nexon and Neumann, Harry Potter and International Relations. However, the latest movie theatre instalment of the … Continue Reading →

"Square Gathering" by Kazuya Akimoto

On the So-called ‘Aesthetic Turn’

1. There is much talk about an ‘aesthetic turn’ in the academic discipline of International Relations. Just what this means is not clear at all.


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