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Drs. Patrick Thaddeus Jackson & Daniel Nexon
Whiskey & International Relations Theory
Patrick and Dan work their way through a piece of international-relations scholarship. And drink whiskey.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 32 ratings
Two of my favorite topics. This is possibly the best podcast ever made.
Waltz, K. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/29/20
An incredible resource for IR students at all levels, especially graduate students. It’s quite a privilege to have access to thoughtful discussions of some of the most relevant classics of the discipline. It combines an excellent analysis of the theoretical debates from which each work emerged in...Read full review »
lucas.paes via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 08/01/20
I've found the podcast to be a great resource both for texts I'm more familiar with and for those that are newer to me. I think it works well in its core paired format, where the different focuses and sometime disagreements help tease out the nuances of a work and the different ways it...Read full review »
Gregory S. Sanders via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 06/08/20
Recent Episodes
Patrick and Dan continue their nostalgic tour of 1990s international-relations theory and spend some time with John J. Mearsheimer's 1994 article "The False Promise of International Institutions." This episode runs over two hours, so you can always skip to: biographical material and the whisky...
Published 03/26/21
Patrick and Dan discuss J. Ann Tickner's 1997 article, "You Just Don't Understand: Troubled Engagements Between Feminists and IR Theorists." Topics include liberalism and feminist theory, articles as coalition-building efforts, and Australian whisky.
Published 02/10/21
It's not quite Song of Ice and Fire territory, but we're sure a few people will be pleased that the second half of our discussion of David Campbell's Writing Security has dropped.
Published 12/22/20
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