International Relations goes quantum – News – The University of Sydney

Posted: December 12, 2020 at 3:20 pm

The case for quantum mechanics operating at the macro level is growing.

Observable in human behaviour, societal trends and global phenomena, a quantum perspective allows new insights into international relations, world politics and global systems.

But it also poses a fundamental challenge to what we know about ourselves and the world around us.

With the support of the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Project Q continues to bring the leading thinkers and practitioners together to grapple with these ideas and shape the path forward.

Project Q's 'Quantizing International Relations', a special issue of Security Dialogue edited by James Der Derian and Alexander Wendt, is available online now.

Project Q is an initiative of the Centre for International Security Studies, led by Professor James Der Derian. An expanded collected volume of essays, to be published by the Oxford University Press, and a feature-length documentary film, Project Q: War, Peace and Quantum Mechanics, will appear in 2021.

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