Jade McGlynn discusses use of media and parallels between current events and the Great Patriotic War
Kevork Oskanian (Exeter) discusses Russian exceptionalism and whether history might repeat itself.
Ukraine and the Responsibility to Protect: the consequences for the vulnerable (and the not yet vulnerable) should be front and centre of our reasoning
Jason Ralph discusses the importance of conscientious reflection on the consequences of action.
Dissenting at the United Nations: Interaction orders and Venezuelan contestation practices (2015–16)
Mélanie Albaret and Élodie Brun discuss their new article from Review of International Studies.
Russian and Eurasian Security Working Group conveners Natasha Kuhrt and Marcin Kaczmarski discuss.
Each quarter we bring you updates on the latest book releases from BISA members.
Heloise Weber and Aliya Abbasi discuss their new article in Review of International Studies (RIS).
A new video from Professor Ilan Zvi Baron's BISA-sponsored learning and teaching project is now live
The intellectual and institutional challenges for International Political Economy in the UK: Findings from Practitioner Survey Data
Alex Nunn and Stuart Shields discuss the key points from their article in BISA journal RIS.
In the latest EJIS conversation James Michael Page and John Williams discuss their article on drones
Tamara Trownsell discusses key points from her new article in Review of International Studies.
Hannah Partis-Jennings discusses her BISA-sponsored research into reproductive justice.
The non-anthropocentric informational agents: Codes, software, and the logic of emergence in cybersecurity
Watch Noran Shafik Fouad discuss her latest article in BISA journal Review of International Studies.
Gemma Bird discusses research funded by a BISA Early-Career Small Research Grant on Samos, Greece.
EJIS conversations: Operational experiences, military role conceptions, and their influence on civil-military relations
Christoph Harig, Nicole Jenne, Chiara Ruffa discuss their introduction to the EJIS special issue.
Bryan Mabee discusses key points from his new article in Review of International Studies.
Catch up on this recent event from TUI, including several Review of International Studies authors.
Counter-populist performances of (in)security: Feminist resistance in the face of right-wing populism in Poland
Bohdana Kurylo discusses key points from her new article in Review of International Studies (RIS).
The winner of the 2021 IPEG Book prize for best IPE book published in 2020 has been announced.
‘This is not who we are’: Gendered bordering practices, ontological insecurity, and lines of continuity under the Trump presidency
Christine Agius speaks to Juliet Dryden about her latest Review of International Studies article.
Missed out on our 'Methods in Critical Terrorism Studies' event? Catch up on demand here.
Giorgio Shani and Navnita Chadha Behera speak to Juliet Dryden about their special issue RIS article
Each quarter we be bring you updates on the latest releases by BISA members.
Richard Beardsworth takes us through his thoughts on the recent COP26, and the immediate actions.
August Danielson and Elsa Hedling discuss the key points from their new RIS article.
Zaheer Kazmi discusses the key points from his RIS article on Radical Islam in the Western Academy.
Missed out on our 2021 annual conference? Watch back some of the key events at your leisure.
Jacqui True discusses what the journal is looking for, a special collection on gender, and more.
Before COP26 begins, RIS editor Mat asks Caroline about benchmarking, net zero, COP mania and more.
Pushing resistance theory in IR beyond ‘opposition’: The constructive resistance of the #MeToo movement in Japan
Mona Lilja discusses the key points from her article in BISA journal Review of International Studies
In the first of an exciting new discussion series, Jason Ralph talks to Navnita Chadha Behera.
Catch up on this fascinating lecture with Right Honourable Mojeed Alabi, Kurt Mills and Peter Brett.
Ilan Baron interviews Naeem Inayatullah as part of his BISA-sponsored learning and teaching project.
Adam Kochanski discusses his article from the latest issue of Review of International Studies.
Jungmin Seo & Young Chul Cho summarise key points from their Review of International Studies article
Juliette Tolay discusses her latest Review of International Studies article on Eurocentrism.
Juliet Dryden interviews Thomas Gregory on this emotive topic that has been back in the news.
Jarrad Reddekop discusses his new Review of International Studies article with editor Martin Coward.
Sarah Gray, Radia Kesseiri and Peter Brett provide reviews and author Adom Getachew responds.
Vineet Thakur and Karen Smith introduce the upcoming RIS special issue on the multiple births of IR.
New PGN Chair, Joanna Wilson, discusses her research, her plans for the PGN and their first event.
The second of a series of IPEG Interviews on Embodied Inequality, led by convener Dr Ben Richardson.
Evangelos Fanoulis and Weiqing Song discuss their new RIS article with lead editor Martin Coward.
A reading list compiled by Sanaa Alimia focusing on scholarship that moves beyond the usual tropes.
Having showcased more than 30 articles in 2020/21, we asked RIS editors for their favourite pieces.
Ruth Blakeley and Kyle Grayson discuss upcoming plans for BISA, research and advice for ECRs.
Former BISA Chair Paul Rogers discusses global security, 9/11 and the fourth edition of his book.
The first of a series of IPEG Interviews on Embodied Inequality, led by convener Dr Ben Richardson.
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