Innovations in International Affairs aims to provide cutting-edge analyses of controversial trends in international affairs with the intent to innovate our understanding of global politics. Hosting mainstream as well as alternative stances, the series promotes both the re-assessment of traditional topics and the exploration of new aspects.
The series invites both engaged scholars and reflective practitioners, and is committed to bringing non-western voices into current debates.
Innovations in International Affairs is keen to consider new book proposals in the following key areas:
To submit a proposal for this series, please contact the series editor, Raffaele Marchetti: [email protected]
Power Relations and Comparative Regionalism Europe, East Asia and Latin America
After Theory, Before Big Data Thinking about Praxis, Politics and International Affairs
By Robert Mudida
July 30, 2021
Since the turn of the century, Africa has been emerging economically, politically and socially, and striving to assert itself on the global stage. This book provides an interdisciplinary view of Africa’s struggle to find its unique voice and contribute to the dialogue of international affairs. ...
Edited By Min-hyung Kim, James A. Caporaso
July 30, 2021
Three trends have dominated the political economy of integration during the last two decades: globalization, economic nationalism, and regionalization. This book explores comparative regional integration, focusing on both intra-regional integration and relations among regions in the context of ...
By Friedrich Kratochwil
July 02, 2021
This book’s key purpose is to contribute to the ongoing "theoretical" discussion in the field of international relations concerning the status of grand theories. However, it also has a wider, critical mission: to challenge mainstream social science and its dominant methodology, as well as the ...
By Jacopo Maria Pepe
April 08, 2021
This book focuses on the geo-economic and geopolitical impact of value chains transformation on the transport-logistic reintegration of continental Eurasian countries, with a specific focus on the members of the Eurasian Economic Union. The author assesses the potential impact of current trends (...
By Henry T. Sardaryan
April 07, 2021
International Perspectives on Public Administration uses civilizational theory for grouping and analyzing systems of public administration in different countries around the world, thus offering a global perspective which reveals how different systems may be divided by cultural borders of the modern...
By Marina M. Lebedeva
April 06, 2021
Public diplomacy is widely used in the contemporary world, and this book is devoted to its use and study in Russia. It explores how, even though scientific diplomacy and people's diplomacy were used in the USSR, the ideas of public diplomacy were not in demand in Russia in the 1990s. However, ...
By Jeffrey Haynes
April 05, 2021
No analysis of the Donald Trump phenomenon and American neo-nationalism is satisfactory without examining the impact of both the Christian Right and the secular nationalist right, both in the USA and abroad. This book analyses the political impact of both strands in relation to America’s culture ...