Thinking Global

A podcast by E-International Relations - Mondays

47 Episodes

  1. Dean Vuletic on Eurovision and International Politics

    Published: 5/6/2024
  2. Danny Dorling on Geography and International Politics

    Published: 4/29/2024
  3. Arvind Kumar on The 2024 Indian Elections

    Published: 4/15/2024
  4. अरविंद कुमार ने 2024 के भारतीय चुनावों पर तुषारिका डेका से बात की है

    Published: 4/14/2024
  5. Quentin Skinner on Hobbes, Machiavelli and Contextualism

    Published: 4/8/2024
  6. Rahul Verma on The 2024 Elections in India

    Published: 3/31/2024
  7. G. John Ikenberry on Liberal International Order - Part Two

    Published: 3/25/2024
  8. G. John Ikenberry on Liberal International Order - Part One

    Published: 3/18/2024
  9. Fawaz Gerges on The Middle East and The Israel-Hamas War

    Published: 3/11/2024
  10. Dimitrios Stroikos on Space and International Relations

    Published: 3/4/2024
  11. The Laid-Back Book Club - Edward Curry and Romanos Orpheas Tofis

    Published: 2/19/2024
  12. George Lawson on Revolution - Part Two

    Published: 2/12/2024
  13. George Lawson on Revolution - Part One

    Published: 2/5/2024
  14. Maria Popova and Oxana Shevel on Russia and Ukraine

    Published: 1/29/2024
  15. Joseph S. Nye Jr. on US Foreign Policy in 2024 and 'A Life In The American Century'

    Published: 1/22/2024
  16. Simon Curtis on Global Cities and Global Order

    Published: 1/15/2024
  17. Genevieve Guenther on Climate Politics, Language, Misinformation, and COP28

    Published: 1/8/2024
  18. Jamie Gaskarth on British Foreign Policy, Brexit, The Commonwealth, David Cameron and William Hague

    Published: 12/18/2023
  19. Maurice Stierl on The Weaponization of Time and Migration Governance in EUrope

    Published: 12/11/2023
  20. Giorgio Shani on Sikh Nationalism and Post-Western International Relations

    Published: 11/20/2023

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