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Whiskey & International Relations Theory
More than you ever wanted to hear about IR theory. Podcasts released once a month.
Category: Social Sciences
Location: Washington, DC
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July 21, 2020 09:39 PM PDT

In a sequel (of sorts) to Episode 11, Patrick and Dan talk about Susan Strange's "Cave! hic dragones: a critique of regime analysis." Topics include a comparison of "American" and "European" IR, realism as critical theory, the evolution of liberal order (redux), and cats.

July 06, 2020 11:36 PM PDT

John Ruggie's 1982 article, which appeared in a special issue of International Organization on 'international regimes', is an important milestone for theories of hegemony, understandings of liberal (economic) order, and in the evolution of constructivism. Patrick and Dan revisit a piece they remember fondly from graduate school.

May 24, 2020 06:23 PM PDT

After we finished recording the material in Episode 9, we stayed on and talked some more. These are the parts we all agreed are worth posting. Featuring special guests: Jarrod Hayes, Nawal Mustafa, and Robbie Shilliam.

May 21, 2020 02:58 PM PDT

Patrick and Dan host a panel discussion with Jarrod Hayes, Nawal Mustafa, and Robbie Shilliam.

Their guests try to provide theoretical context for and some larger analysis of the recent controversy over claims that Securitization Theory is irredeemably marred by its putative reliance on colonial and racist scaffolding.

This is a complete episode. The second part consists of an epilogue in which the panel covers some additional topics that did not make it into the main recording.

May 13, 2020 12:51 PM PDT

Dan and Patrick finish out their discussion of Yaqing Qin's 2018 book. They focus on aspects of Qin's version of relational theorizing and reflect on some of his normative claims.

May 06, 2020 01:39 PM PDT

Yaqing Qin's book marks, according to Astrid Nordin, a long-awaited "full-length English-language" outline of the "theorization of world politics by one of China's most influential and interesting scholars!"

What did Patrick and Dan think of it? Listen to find out.

April 13, 2020 09:36 AM PDT

The second half of our discussion of two of Wendt's most important articles in the development of "Constructivism" as an approach to the study of world politics.

April 09, 2020 02:09 PM PDT

Patrick and Dan talk about Alexander Wendt, drop some bits about the early history of Constructivism, and then discuss his important 1987 article, The Agent-Structure Problem in International Relations Theory. [Please note that older versions have some editing issues – which should be fixed now]

March 22, 2020 06:43 PM PDT

We conclude our look at a classic work of feminist international theory.

June 17, 2020 02:01 PM PDT

We discuss Cynthia Enloe's classic work of feminist international-relations theory. Note that this is a repost of the episode.

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