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Power, Realism, and the Politics of IR Academia

| Nov. 06, 2020

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Gin and Tonic Series: Episode 1

The idea of the series is to bring scholars and practitioners together to discuss issues in the study and practice of International Relations (IR). 

The G&T  series' inaugural episode features Anne Harrington and Jacqueline (Jill) Hazelton discussing the role of realism in IR and the marginalisation of critical approaches.

Harrington has a piece in the New York Times on Claude Eatherly, the pilot who came to regret his role in the bombing of Hiroshima. Hazelton's book, Bullets Not Ballots: Success in Counterinsurgency Warfare, is forthcoming in May 2021 with Cornell Press. Her argument is that good governance is immaterial to counterinsurgency outcomes.

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