This Virtual Special Issue from the Review of International Studies (RIS ) offers a sample of gender-related articles from the last twenty years.
Between them these articles demonstrate the impossibility of understanding international relations without taking gendered identities, norms and relations of power into account.
You can access all of these articles – with our compliments – until the end of October 2014.
This selection, compiled by RIS editor Kimberly Hutchings, showcases the theoretical and empirical variety of gender research in IR. You can read Professor Hutchings’ introduction to the selection here.
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