Jarrod talks with Lisel Hintz of Johns Hopkins University and Sibel Oktay of the University of Illinois Springfield and the Chicago Council on Global Affairs about the complex history of Turkey in NATO as well as the domestic and intralliance sources of Turkey's current resistance to Finnish and Swedish accession to NATO.
Jarrod talks with Georg Löfflmann (University of Warwick) and Frank Stengel (Kiel University) about the changes in German foreign policy in the aftermath of the Russian invasion of Ukraine and, in particular, about the idea that Germany is experiencing a watershed moment.
Jarrod talks with Professor Marwa Daoudy about her new book, The Origins of The Syrian Conflict: Climate Change and Human Security (Cambridge, 2020). Daoudy challenges the conventional wisdom in some policy circles that climate change was the primary driver behind the start of the Syrian conflict. We discuss some of the difficult questions about causality and the ability of IR theory to provide adequate tools for addressing climate change. We also discuss the origins of the book and her broad, multidisciplinary approach.
A discussion with Nina Kollars and Mark Raymond about the SolarWinds hack, recorded in March, 2021
Professor Julie Kaarbo (U. of Edinburgh) discusses role theory, the relationship between FPA and IR theory, and a new project she is calling Breaking Bad. As always thanks go to Steve Dancz (https://stevedancz.com) for our theme music.
In this inaugural Duck of Minerva podcast, we talk with Professor Jelena Subotic about her new book, Yellow Star, Read Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism due out with Cornell University Press at the end of 2019 (https://www.cornellpress.cornell.edu/book/9781501742408/yellow-star-red-star/).