Wednesday, January 30, 2013

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 39, no. 1, January 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Matthew Watson, The eighteenth-century historiographic tradition and contemporary ‘Everyday IPE’
  • Jean-François Drole, Nietzsche, Kant, the democratic state, and war
  • Wanda Vrasti, Universal but not truly ‘global’: governmentality, economic liberalism, and the international
  • Steven Slaughter, The prospects of deliberative global governance in the G20: legitimacy, accountability, and public contestation
  • Christine Cubitt, Responsible reconstruction after war: meeting local needs for building peace
  • Jeremy Moses, Sovereignty as irresponsibility? A Realist critique of the Responsibility to Protect
  • Mai'a K. Davis Cross, Rethinking epistemic communities twenty years later
  • Andreas Bieler, The EU, Global Europe, and processes of uneven and combined development: the problem of transnational labour solidarity
  • Ali Bilgic, Towards a new societal security dilemma: comprehensive analysis of actor responsibility in intersocietal conflicts
  • Quddus Z. Snyder, Integrating rising powers: liberal systemic theory and the mechanism of competition