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Discipline and Diversity in International Relations

A Special Virtual Issue of International Studies Review

Is “Non-Western Theory” Possible? The Idea of Multipolarity and the Trap of Epistemological Relativism in Russian IR
Andrey Makarychev, Viatcheslav Morozov
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

Reflexivity in Practice: Power and Ethics in Feminist Research on International Relations
Brooke Ackerly and Jacqui True
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

Reflexivity in Research on Civil Society: Constructivist Perspectives
Cecelia Lynch
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

The "Problem of Values" and International Relations Scholarship: From Applied Reflexivity to Reflexivism
Inanna Hamati-Ataya
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

Dividing Discipline: Structures of Communication in International Relations
Peter M. Kristensen
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

Decolonizing International Relations: Perspectives from Latin America
Lucy Taylor
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

International Relations as Rhetorical Discipline: Toward (Re-)Newing Horizons
Markus Kornprobst
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

Self and Other in International Relations Theory: Learning from Russian Civilizational Debates
Andrei P. Tsygankov
INTERNATIONAL STUDIES REVIEW

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