In their article about feminist foreign policy the two authors show concern for the people who are excluded when the modernization of foreign politics only contains Feminist Foreign Policy (FFP) and not explicitly includes other marginalized societal groups i.e. people discriminated for their race, religion, age or ethnicity.
Additionally they observe that the term “feminist” is in many situations a quite polarizing term which often causes division making the term less valuable in debates.
They propose the term “Fair Foreign Policy” (FFP 2.0) as a more suitable term for promoting equality across nations.
Are more detailed depiction can be found in the blog entry analysing the article.