Policy Research and Commentary These articles address current or recent policy debates – broadly conceived – highlighting the degree to which these debates are or ought to be informed by existing scholarly literature and contemporary research.
Pedagogical Analyses These articles present and analyze innovative teaching practices in the field of international studies in colleges and universities from around the world.
Visions of the Discipline These articles offer insights into current trends in international studies in the academic and practitioner communities.
Pieces of Interest to the International Studies Profession These articles deal with topics such as publishing in international studies, the academic and nonacademic job market and professional development.
PEDAGOGY Teaching International Relations through the Format of a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) Sebastian Kaempf, Carrie Finn
Differing about Difference: Relational IR from around the World Tamara A Trownsell, Arlene B Tickner, Amaya Querejazu, Jarrad Reddekop, Giorgio Shani …
POLICY ANALYSIS When Bribery is Considered an Economic Necessity: Facilitation Payments, Norm Translation, and the Role of Cognitive Beliefs Tyler Girard
Clashing Traditions: German Foreign Policy in a New Era Jamie Gaskarth, Kai Oppermann
PRACTICE Norm Sabotage: Conceptual Reflection on a Phenomenon That Challenges Well-Established Norms Andrea Schneiker