Tag: World Politics
Feminist Foreign Policy 2.0? Germany Announces Its FFP Model
Are we reaching the next era of Feminist Foreign Policies? In response to the Ukraine-Russia conflict, is Sweden’s pioneer formula the “safe” way to go for states in Europe? If so, if not, why? A commentary on the latest announcement of Germany first ffp model. Listen to my latest podcast episode here Follow on Instagram, Twitter…
FFP Research in Australia and the Global South, An Interview with Alice Ridge and Liz Gill-Atkinson
What influences the announcement and design of a feminist foreign policy? How “efficient” and “important” is the use of the word “feminism” in this field? How it affects ffp implementation and domestic and international environments? What are some key critiques, debates and decolonial views on current ffps coming from the Global South? In Australia, there…
10 Recommended Books on Feminism and International Relations
Wondering where to start learning gender perspectives on world affairs? Here is a top list of recommended books for you.
Womanhood and International Relations Podcast Release Date: Sept 6th
On September 6th, I will launch the first episode of my Womanhood & International Relations podcast.
Online Workshop: Feminism & World Politics 101
Are we studying world affairs with knowledge created by and for a specific type of men? In the 1970s – 1980s, academic works by Jean Bethke Elshtain, J. Ann Tickner and Cynthia Enloe came to reveal that the study of international affairs was not gender-neutral but rather gender-biased. If you are an IR specialist, student,…