Southeast Asia is home to a vast range of political systems, regime types, historical pathways, social identities and conflicts, and religious and ideological trends, making it one of the world’s most politically diverse regions. With the complex developments and growing internal challenges in the… Continue Reading “#PHISO2022 Exploratory Workshop: “Where is Southeast Asia in International Relations?””
PHISO is proud to announce its newly elected Officers. The biennial election for the new members of the Board of Trustees for 2021-2023 was held online from October 25 to November 05. The active members for two consecutive years were eligible to run and… Continue Reading “The newly elected PHISO officers for 2021-2023”
This draft for further research attempts to navigate the longstanding tension between freedom, equality, and inequality in normative political theory. There is an undeniable gap between the ideals of numerical (absolute) equality—embodied in constitutions —and the realities of obscene social inequalities throughout the world.… Continue Reading “PHISO Working Paper Series: “Freedom without equality? Reinventing a floating balance of both” by Andreas Herberg-Rothe”
For the complete interview, click here. Below is an excerpt of the interview: What is the most important advice you could give to young scholars? At the risk of sounding simplistic, we could start with the premise that IR has long been associated with… Continue Reading “E-International Relations: Interview – Frances Cruz”
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