Charlie Thame gives a five-minute summary of this Review of International Studies article.
Report on Roundtable event on 'Africa and the decolonisation of international relations'
Understanding cooperation, competition and adaptation through the lens of organizational ecology.
A summary and recording of the recent joint Global Health and Foreign Policy Working Group event.
Confronting the gated community: Towards a decolonial critique of violence beyond the paradigm of war
Henrique Tavares Furtado discusses his Review of International Studies article with Juliet Dryden.
A taster of a deeper academic discussion on this topic taking place at the BISA 2021 conference.
A summary of this new Review of International Studies article, and an interview with Rory Cormac.
Exploring the determinants of regional health governance modes in the Global South: A comparative analysis of Central and South America
Juliet Dryden, speaks to Giovanni Agostinis and Kevin Parthenay about their new RIS article.
Patrick Pinkerton from UCL shares teaching tips for Zoom ice-breakers, role play and quizzes.
How and why do international institutions struggle with transnationalism? A RIS article summary.
Watch Katharine A M Wright and Annika Bergman Rosamond discuss their new article in BISA journal RIS
Ilan Baron talks to Jade Schiff about political theory & why problems or questions are so important.
BISA Director Juliet Dryden speaks to Andrea Liese about her Review of International Studies article
In the latest in the series from Ilan Baron, he discusses ideas and story telling.
Yih-Jye Hwang dicusses a new RIS article that revisits the enterprise of the Chinese School of IR.
Maria Mälksoo discusses her new article in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
We ask Richard why professional associations are so important and why you should get involved.
Juliet Dryden, speaks to Rens van Munster and Casper Sylvest about their new RIS article.
How can we make sure states do not only sign international anticorruption agreements, but also comply with them?
Hortense Jongen discusses her new article in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
Jean-François Drolet and Michael C Williams discuss their Review of International Studies article.
In the latest in the series from Ilan Baron, Patrick Jackson talks essay writing and popular culture
The CPD Working Group's suggested classic readings on the colonial inflections of global order.
CPD builds relationships with cognate inter-disciplinary research centres worldwide. Find out who.
In the third in the series from Ilan Baron, he interviews Jonathan Havercroft on his riot article.
Imagining (in)security: NATO's collective self-defence and post-9/11 military policing in the Mediterranean Sea
We interview Julien Pomarède about his new Review of International Studies article.
Fawzia Gibson-Fall discuss her timely new article from BISA journal Review of International Studies
Part six of the Post-Structural Politics working group's interview series.
In the second in the series from Ilan Baron, he interviews Andy Paras (Guelph) on research questions
Citizen-centred or state-centred? The representational design of International Parliamentary Institutions
Jofre Rocabert and Thomas Winzen discuss their new article in Review of International Studies.
Assessing the factors that impede student engagement within the Criminology discipline: a pedagogically oriented action research to improve
Tarela Ike discusses the findings from her BISA-funded research project on student engagement.
Time to break up with the international community? Rhetoric and realities of a political myth in Cambodia
We interview Katrin Travouillon & Julie Bernath about their Review of International Studies article.
Peter Brett and Line Engbo Gissel outline key findings from book on Africa and International Courts.
How do stakeholders perceive institutions in a field with institutional complexity? Understanding legitimacy in global renewable energy governance
Naghmeh Nasiritousi and Hugo Faber discuss their new article published in BISA journal RIS.
Tom Vaughan, PGN Chair, discuses his PhD research on South Africa and global nuclear order.
Information, News and Events, Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office Historians
British International History Group, James Southern, Michael L. Dockrill Thesis Prize, 2019
The Brandt Line after forty years: The more North–South relations change, the more they stay the same?
Nicholas Lees discusses his new article published in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
Find out about, and watch back, this fantastic Review of International Studies forum on geopolitics.
We interview Theresa Squatrito on her Review of International Studies article and it's implications.
How IR emerged and developed in China, against the background of a Sinocentric world order.
Here we look back at the past convenors of the Post-Structural Politics Working Group
Lead editor, Martin Coward, discusses the scope of the journal and hints and tips for submitters.
A review of roundtable- ‘Memory and South East Europe: activism and global currents of contestation’
Professor Sophie Harman gives some advice about coming up with dissertation topics related to COVID.
Performing civilisational narratives in East Asia: Asian values, multiple modernities, and the politics of economic development
Yong Wook Lee discusses the article published in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
Parts of the annual CST conference are now available on demand. Listen to the keynote and roundtable
Dr Mark Shanahan, Head of Politics and IR at Reading discusses party conventions and the US election
How do non-democratic governments engage citizens in policy-making? Introducing ‘participatory authoritarianism’
Catherine Owen discusses her recent article in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
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