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Cooperating to understand EU cooperation

January 20, 2022

Turkish foreign policy on a slippery path towards the Russia-China axis

November 17, 2021

The state of Polish-EU relations reflects geopolitical and ideological clashes

November 10, 2021

Improvement in Iranian-European relations is possible – and the EU should play its part

November 4, 2021

EU foreign policy is damaging relations with China, and dividing EU member states

November 2, 2021
October 28, 2021

The new James Bond film is an echo of today’s culture wars

Dan Lomas The new James Bond film, No Time to Die, is not so much a ‘woke’ Bond as a reflection of real world change in gender and diversity in the UK intelligence agencies, writes Dan Lomas, even if that change is frustratingly slow and unfinished Read more
October 22, 2021

International regional orders are changing our state-centred world

Mădălin-Cătălin Blidaru The regional dimension of international relations is more significant today than ever before, argues Mădălin-Cătălin Blidaru. In the current crisis, regional cooperation and institutionalised regional organisations are delivering important solutions. The network of external relations being developed by regional organisations takes us beyond a state-centred world Read more
September 30, 2021

Counterinsurgency in Afghanistan failed long before the Taliban took over

Hager Ali Just days after the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Taliban seized power. Hager Ali argues that the US army and its allies foundered because they couldn't resolve two simple questions: What was Resolute Support’s end state actually supposed to look like? And was it ever attainable through military involvement? Read more
September 24, 2021

The ‘Global South’ and research on world politics

Sebastian Haug The ‘Global South’ has become a popular meta category in the practice and study of world politics. Making use of its analytical potential, Sebastian Haug argues, requires an explicit engagement with definitions, meanings and the implications of taken-for-granted framings Read more
September 13, 2021

Threats to states’ identity are equally important as threats to state borders

Gabriella Gricius States face not just threats to their physical security, but also to their sense of self and biographical continuity. This is what we call securitisation. Understanding the process of securitisation can uncover taken-for-granted colonial and imperial influences that would otherwise remain hidden, writes Gabriella Gricius Read more

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