New Direction in International Political Theory
Since the end of the Cold War, new theories have challenged established paradigms, offering a wide range of alternative perspectives on international politics.
This project addresses, among other issues, challenges to traditional concepts of security, sovereignty, and the state; the contestation of global norms; the implications of civil war and secessionism for the international system; problems of environmental governance at regional, national, and global levels; and the global distribution of poverty.
In a series of three collaborative writing retreats with participants from each university, including established researchers and post-docs, this project aims to offer fresh perspectives on international theory.
Workshop on Regional Peace Orders and Security Strategies
Read more about the two-day workshop "Regional peace orders and security strategies compared"