International Relations

Charting a course towards international stability.  

Our Expert's International Relations section is dedicated to the delivery of strategic insight and the elaboration of sustainable policy solutions focusing on international affairs and foreign policy. Academics, policy experts and decision-makers from all around the world share their viewpoints and researches on a plethora of IR-related thematic concentrations. Among these include, just to mention a few, neo-realism, neo-liberalism, the postmodernist school, feminism in IR, international Marxism, international terrorism, IR history and the Great Debates.




 

Anthony Salamone

The Scottish Parliament recently marked the 20th anniversary of its re-establishment. In more tranquil times, such an occasion would give rise to measured reflection on the evolution of Scotland’s political system and…

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Katelyn Jones

Why climate change is a women's issue which must be addressed through a feminist lens This piece was co-authored by Rashelle Brownfield, an intern at the Chicago Council on Global…

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Matthew LeRiche

What impact does right-wing populism have on dominant security theories? This piece was co-authored by Friedrich W. Opitz, a senior graduate student at Dresden University’s School of International Studies, Germany,…

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