The article, titled: "America First and the Populist Impact on US Foreign Policy," published in Survival Vol. 61, no. 6 (2019): pp. 115-138 examines the impact of populism on US foreign policy under the Trump presidency.
A new full-length research article by Georg Löfflmann has been published online in the journal International Politics published by Springer.
Call for Papers: Warwick Graduate Conference in Security Studies ‘Post-Truth Politics and the Age of Insecurity
18 - 19 October 2018
Keynote Speaker: Prof. Ruth Wodak, Lancaster University/University of Vienna, Author of: The Politics of Fear: What Right-wing Populist Discourses Mean
- How can we define, locate, and analyse (in)security in an age of post-truth politics?
- What is the relationship between identity, knowledge, and (in)security?
- What are the challenges of studying post-truth politics from a critical security studies perspective?
- Is insecurity primarily driven by internal or external factors?
- Is the rise of contemporary populism in the West an anti-elite revolt or the project of illiberal elites?
- How can we study the political impact of alternative means of knowledge production and competing identity claims, and resistance against post-truth politics from different viewpoints (race, gender, non-Western perspectives)?