International Trade & Domestic Tirades: Domestic/International and the Real Hypocrisy of Foreign Policy
The Canadian government’s decision to broker one of the largest export deals in Canadian history with the government of Saudi Arabia is unfortunately not the first and unlikely to be the last time when financial decisions promoting particular commercial interests…
Really great critical work on methodology and IPE here by Nicki Smith posted on The Disorder of Things
Nice to see the critical engagement and analysis of drones steadily become richer. Here’s another via geographical imaginations
Gender Trouble, Racial Salvation and the Tragedy of Political Community in ‘Game Of Thrones’ (2012-2013)
As with earlier (and somewhat similar) blogs like this, who can resist IR And Game of Thrones?
Organized by Professor Mark Salter at the University of Ottawa, this Professional Development Workshop, sponsored by ISA-Canada and held at CPSA 2013 at the University of Victoria on 4 June 2013 is a great opportunity for graduate students, and junior…
Best of luck – looks like a great workshop!
Many of my students are fans of this book. Great work Claudia and Rens!
My comment on why up-close-and-personal films about war don’t bring us any closer to the reality of the battlefield on OpenCanada.org as part of their in depth analysis of the Hot Docs festival.
What We Talked About At ISA: Teaching Gender and War: Some Reflections on Negotiating the Five Stages of Feminist Consciousness/Grief in Undergraduate Students
Victoria Basham’s work is great, so I’m happy to widen the readership for her first rate contributions to IR and CSS.
This looks like a great issue with some top notch contributors engaging with some long standing tropes, not least the “territorial trap,” thinking globally, acting locally, and Lefebvre.