• Publications
  • Influence
Governance to Governmentality: Analyzing NGOs, States, and Power
Studies of global governance typically claim that the state has lost power to nonstate actors and that political authority is increasingly institutionalized in spheres not controlled by states. InExpand
  • 417
  • 15
Self and Other in International Relations
The study of identity offers a possibility to theorize on the human collectives of world politics, to give them an ontological status, and to discuss how they are constituted and maintain themselves.Expand
  • 308
  • 7
Uses Of The Other
  • 125
  • 6
A region-building approach to Northern Europe *
This article argues the case for a new approach to the analysis of regions. It highlights how a region is constantly being defined and redefined by its members in a permanent discourse with eachExpand
  • 176
  • 5
From Alliance to Security Community: NATO, Russia, and the Power of Identity
The evolution of NATO constitutes one of the most important developments in post-Cold War international security. Despite predictions of fragmentation from within or supercession from above, theExpand
  • 173
  • 4
`The International' as Governmentality
In traditional power analysis, `the international' is a characteristic of the states system — an anarchic realm, qualitatively different from the domestic. To traditional norms analysis, theExpand
  • 58
  • 4
At Home with the Diplomats: Inside a European Foreign Ministry
The 2010 WikiLeaks release of 250,000 U.S. diplomatic cables has made it eminently clear that there is a vast gulf between the public face of diplomacy and the opinions and actions that take placeExpand
  • 118
  • 4
The Nordic States and European Unity
  • 46
  • 4
Harry Potter and International Relations
Chapter 1 Harry Potter and the Study of World Politics Part 2 I Globalization Chapter 3 Producing Harry Potter: Why the Medium Is Still the Message Chapter 4 Global Hero: Harry Potter Abroad ChapterExpand
  • 90
  • 4