Fear and the Security Dilemma in Jawaharlal Nehru’s Political Thought

For the emerging subfield of Global International Relations, as Amitav Acharya has argued, the intellectual thought of Jawaharlal Nehru offers the ability to ‘ existing IR theories and methods and new ones from societies hitherto ignored as sources of IR knowledge’. Not only did thinkers like Nehru hail from societies whose local subjectivities were uniquely shaped by the productive...

Surveying the American Public on the Plight of Climate Refugees – E-International Relations

Climate refugees are those who are forced to leave their country due to sudden or long-term changes to their local environment, such as droughts, desertification, and rising sea levels that make it impossible to sustain human life in that area. The international community has not had a substantial response to the issue of climate refugees despite the clear existence of climate refugees and...