Multiplicity is a new way of thinking, seeing and doing
International Relations.

Yet multiplicity has always been IR’s distinctive approach to social reality.

Human existence is multiple:
societally, politically, culturally, developmentally and ecologically.

This multiplicity has consequences:
Co-existence, Difference, Interaction, Combination and Relational Change.

These consequences are general features of the human world
and they provide a unique common ground for IR theory and practice.

The Multiplicity Project explores this common ground
in order to unlock IR’s latent potential.

Browse this site to find out more about the project
and related publications, activities & events,
as well as about the people who contribute to Multiplicity
– and how you can participate.