- Editorial – Many Worlds, Many Theories?, by Cristina Inoue & Arlene B. Tickner;
- Many Worlds, Many Theories, Many Rules: Formulating an Ethical System for the World to Come, by Nicholas Onuf;
- Rethinking IR from the Amazon, by Manuela Picq;
- Teaching IR to the Global South: Some Reflections and Insights, by Tony Tai-Ting Li;
- International Relations Theory in Brazil: trends and challenges in teaching and research, by Fernanda Barasuol & André Reis da Silva;
- Resisting the denial of coevalness in International Relations: provincializing, perspectivism, border thinking, by Victor Coutinho Lage & Paulo Henrique Chamon.
- Encountering the Pluriverse: Looking for Alternatives in Other Worlds, by Amaya Querejazu;
- Towards the Global Study of International Relations, by Andrew Hurrell;
- Many worlds, many nature(s), one planet: indigenous knowledge in the Anthropocene, by Cristina Inoue & Paula Moreira.
Check the issue here.