How can you be a Libertarian and theorise IR at the same time? We may tackle this question from a normative or descriptive point of view, but I don’t … Continue Reading →
Martin Wight (1913-1972) is better known for his lectures on key traditions of international theory and his essays on power politics and systems of states. Here I focus on … Continue Reading →
Exeter/BISA-PG Workshop: Substantive diversity in the British academy. Exeter, England (16 Dec. 2011). Details here. Gregynog Ideas Lab: Summer school in Postinternational Politics. Gregynog, Wales (9-14 July 2012). Details here. [Last … Continue Reading →
Two weeks ago I went to see the movie Ghosts. It was shown as part of a Film Festival Against Human Trafficking organized by Unchosen in partnership with Anti-Slavery International, Refugee … Continue Reading →
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.
The idea for this first post arose during the first editorial meeting. Here I sat at a bar table between seven young scholars in International Relations. Their interests range from … Continue Reading →