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Number of items: 12.

Karkour, Haro and Vieira, Marco 2023. An autoethnography of hybrid IR scholars: De-territorialising the Global IR debate. International Political Sociology 17 (3) , olad015. 10.1093/ips/olad015

Karkour, Haro 2023. Nationalism and climate cooperation. Al-Ahram Weekly 2023 , 31Aug.

Karkour, Haro 2023. From the Twenty Years’ Crisis to the climate crisis: Reconsidering Carr’s thoughts on nationalism and global reform. Journal of International Political Theory , pp. 1-18. 10.1177/17550882231168906

Karkour, Haro 2022. At stake in the Taiwan crisis. Ahram Online 2022 (30 Aug)

Karkour, Haro 2022. E. H. Carr: Imperialism, war and lessons for post-colonial IR. Palgrave Studies in International Relations, Palgrave Macmillan.

Karkour, Haro 2022. Liberal modernity and the classical realist critique of the (present) international order. International Affairs 98 (2) , pp. 569-586. 10.1093/ia/iiac006

Karkour, Haro 2022. Why participatory foreign policy is vital for liberal democracy’s survival. [Online]. International Affairs blog. Available at:

Karkour, Haro L. 2021. Illiberal and irrational? Trump and the challenge of liberal modernity in US foreign policy. International Relations 35 (4) , pp. 533-550. 10.1177/0047117820954231

Karkour, Haro L 2021. Debating global justice with Carr: The crisis of laissez faire and the legitimacy problem in the twenty-first century. Journal of International Political Theory 17 (1) , pp. 81-98. 10.1177/1755088219838295

Karkour, Haro L and Giese, Dominik 2020. Bringing Morgenthau's ethics in: pluralism, incommensurability and the turn from fragmentation to dialogue in IR. European Journal of International Relations 26 (4) , pp. 1106-1128. 10.1177/1354066120934044

Karkour, Haro 2020. Would Biden make a difference? [Online]. Ahram Online: Ahram. Available at:

Karkour, Haro L. 2018. Unipolarity’s unpeacefulness and US foreign policy: consequences of a ‘coherent system of irrationality’. International Relations 32 (1) , pp. 60-79. 10.1177/0047117817726363

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