Globalising International Relations

13/08/2021

Special Issue: Globalising International Relations

Guest Editors: Pinar BILGIN - Zeynep Gulsah CAPAN

EDITORIAL/EDİTÖRDEN

Introduction to the Special Issue
Regional International Relations and Global Worlds: Globalising International Relations

Pinar BILGIN and Zeynep Gulsah CAPAN

How not to Globalise IR: ‘Centre’ and ‘Periphery’ as Constitutive of ‘the International’ 

Pinar BILGIN

Buddhism and the Question of Relationality in International Relations 

Kosuke SHIMIZU

Recrafting International Relations by Worlding Multiply 

David L. BLANEY and Tamara A. TROWNSELL

Going Beyond the Add-and-Stir Critique: Tracing the Masculinist Legacies of the Hybrid Performative State in Kashmir 

Amya AGARWAL

‘Community of Common Destiny’ as Post-Western Regionalism: Rethinking China’s Belt and Road Initiative from a Confucian Perspective 

Raoul BUNSKOEK and Chih-yu SHIH

The What, Who and Where of World Politics? Two Different Conceptions of “the International” 

Neslihan DIKMEN-ALSANCAK and Mine Nur KUCUK

Challenging International Relations’ Conceptual Constraints: The International and Everyday Life across Borders in Southern Africa 

Karen SMITH

BOOK REVIEWS/KİTAP İNCELEMELERİ

Marta Iñiguez de HEREDIA and Zubairu WAI, Recentering Africa in International Relations: Beyond Lack, Peripherality, and Failure 

Paul WITZENHAUSEN

Özlem ALTAN-OLCAY ve Evren BALTA, The American Passport in Turkey: National Citizenship in the Age of Transnationalism

Deniz S. SERT

Ayşegül SEVER and Orna ALMOG, Contemporary Israeli-Turkish Relations in Comparative Perspective 

Burhanettin MUMCUOGLU