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International Relations

International relations studies the interactions between international actors such as states, international organizations, NGOs, terrorist organizations, and individuals. It examines the patterns and dynamics of these interactions and seeks to understand the causes that drive the behaviors of international actors. International relations include a diverse set of issues such as peace and conflict, diplomacy, international law, international political economy, terrorism, environment, human rights, and global governance among others.

Recent Faculty Publications Heading link

  • Choi, Seung-Whan. 2022. “Leader Nationalism, Ethnic Identity, and Terrorist Violence.” British Journal of Political Science 52 (3): 1151–67.
  • Choi, Seung-Whan. 2022. “Nationalism and Withdrawals from Intergovernmental Organizations: Connecting Theory and Data.” The Review of International Organizations: 205–15.
  • Feldmann, Andreas, Xochitl Bada, Jorge Durand, and Stephanie Schütze. 2022. The Routledge History of Modern Latin American Migration. Routledge.
  • Feldmann, Andreas E., and Marc Lopez. 2022. “Repertoires of Terrorism in Mexico’s Criminal War.” Perspectives on Terrorism 16 (2): 4–13.