Vol. 44 No. 2, August 2022
- Introduction: Southeast Asia in Global IR--A Reflexive Stocktaking in Research and Teaching.
- International Relations as a Discipline in Cambodia: Still Nascent but Developing.
- Promoting Global IR under the Dominance of Mainstream Theories and the Liberalization of Universities: Reflections from Indonesia.
- Discipline over Exceptionalism: Singapore-based Scholars, Regional Sensitivities and the Appeal of Anglophone International Relations Approaches.
- Advancing Global IR from a Thai Perspective: Opportunities for Pre-theorization and Conceptualization.
- Teaching International Relations in the Philippines: Opening Spaces While Maintaining Traditional Approaches.
- Between Integration and Differentiation: International Relations Studies and the Promise of Global IR in Vietnam.
- Conclusion: The State of IR in Southeast Asia--Heavily Western but Still Evolving.
- Heritage and the Making of Political Legitimacy in Laos: The Past and Present of the Lao Nation.
- On Dangerous Ground: America's Century in the South China Sea.
- What is Religious Authority? Cultivating Islamic Communities in Indonesia.
- A Genealogy of Bamboo Diplomacy: The Politics of Detente with Russia and China.
- State of Disorder: Privatised Violence and the State in Indonesia.
- Constitutional Bricolage: Thailand's Sacred Monarchy vs. The Rule of Law.
- Public Health in Asia during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Global Health, Migrant Labour, and International Health Crises.