A group of international scholars and public intellectuals, deeply concerned by the state of the world, convened at Princeton for a kind of latter-day constitutional convention, this one aimed at fostering unity on a global level.
The institutional and the moral foundations of the international order are under severe strain: peace is broken or threatened across the world and humanitarian catastrophes are mounting. On Thursday, Apr. 13, three distinguished thinkers asked how — and though which institutions and by means of which arguments — a common global vision might be regenerated.
Reimagining World Order's research director, John Ikenberry, was recently interviewed by Gideon Rachman of the "Financial Times" about the war in Ukraine (2022- ) and broader geopolitical challenges to the rules-based international order.
Join us for an exciting conversation with Joshua Cherniss, a political theorist whose research centers on the history of political thought in the twentieth century, political ethics, and liberalism.
We sat down for an exciting interview with Christian Reus-Smit, a professor at Australian National University and a leading scholar of International Relations.
The Fall 2021 newsletter of the Reimagining World Order research community is now available.
Our research director, Professor John Ikenberry, recently presented his latest book, "A World Safe for Democracy: Liberal Internationalism and the Crises of Global Order" (2020), at the PIIRS Director's Book Forum.
John, Tolya, and Chika sat down for an exciting interview with Barry Buzan.