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Blogs in political science

Our employees' blogs

Here are some of our employees' blogs.

  • Embodied Security – A Critical, Feminist & Decolonial Blog  – A Critical, Decolonial & Feminist Blog. Welcome to our student blog, an integral component of the “Critical Security Studies” course. Here, we embark on a thought-provoking journey to explore the meaning and practices of (in)securities. By and with: Agnese Pacciardi and Priscyll Anctil Avoine.
  • On Power and Politics is a blog run by political scientists affiliated with the The Network for Advanced Coalition and Party Research. The main language of the blog is Swedish, but some posts are in English. The blog’s current Editorial board consists mainly of researchers engaged in research projects of governments, coalitions and political parties in parliamentary democracies. Hanna Bäck, Professor in Political Science, Lund University is one of the editors.

Assorted blogs

  • Global voices collects blogs and translated blog overviews from all over the world, albeit with with a certain emhpasis on low-income countries. Go to the blog Global voices
  • The Long War Journal is dedicated to providing original and accurate reporting and analysis of the Long War (also known as the Global War on Terror). This is accomplished through its programs of embedded reporters, news and news aggregation, maps, podcasts, and other multimedia formats. Go to the blog The Long War Journal
  • Freakonomics Authors Steven Levitt, Stephen Dubner and guest contributors blog about the hidden side of the economy. Go to the blog Freakonomics
  • Legal Theory Blog is Professor Lawrence B. Solum’s blog on a range of international and legal issues. Go to the blog Legal Theory Blog
  • Strange maps - Cartographic curiosities collects and comments on all kinds of intriguing maps—real, fictional, and what-if ones—and has been writing the Strange Maps blog since 2006. Go to the blog Strange maps - Cartographic curiosities
  • The Monkey Cage is a wide-spectrum political science blog with a self-appointed remit to ”publicize political science research; to provide informed commentary on political events and issues; to think aloud; and to indulge [the authors’] non-academic interests”. Go to the blog The Monkey Cage
  • Brusselsblog is Financial Times’s covers everything from the European Union's foreign and economic policies to the fortunes of its political leaders - as well as the more light-hearted aspects of life in Europe. Go to the blog Brusselsblog
  • Asian Security Blog is an attempt by political scientist Robert E. Kelly to graph IR theory onto Asian affairs. Go to the blog Asian Security Blog
  • Kluwer Arbitration Blog deals with international law issues connected with arbitration. Go to the blog Kluwer Arbitration Blog
  • Feminist Peace Network advocates for the human rights of women by raising awareness about misogyny and the global pandemic of violence against women in all its heinous forms. Go to the blog Feminist Peace Network
  • UN Dispatch is a site providing commentary and coverage on the UN and UN-related issues. UN Dispatch’s intended purpose is to: Offer thoughtful perspective on the UN and UN-related issues; Provide factual information about the UN’s work; Fact-check claims and coverage about the UN offered by pundits, journalists, bloggers and others. Go to the blog UN Dispatch
  • World politics review is a blog devoted to day-to-day evolution of international affairs. Go to the blog World politics review
  • London School of Economics blogs about world events often with an outlook towards the future. Go to the blog LSE Blogs