power

Japan bound - to launch our new dual degree

Dr Christopher Hobson is heading to Japan as the Program Convenor for our new dual degree with Ritsumeikan University.

Geography, Power, Strategy and Defence Policy

Essays in honour of Paul Dibb

Emotions and Power in World Politics

In recent years, the study of emotions has become one of the most exciting innovations in international relations. Emerging as a critique of the long-held dichotomy of emotion and reason, early contributions set the stage by showing how traditional rational actor models problematically typecast or even demonise emotions, therein neglecting inexorable elements of human and political life.

The Meta-Power of Technology: Sarah Logan in Conversation with JP Singh

Sarah Logan, ‘The Meta-Power of Technology: Sarah Logan in Conversation with JP Singh’, in Caroline Kaltofen, Madeline Carr, and Michele Acuto, eds, Technologies of International Relations: Con

Tradition and Good Governance

Customs or cultural traditions may be defined as those forms of behaviour (activities, beliefs, values) which change so slowly that they give the impression

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