Friday, December 6, 2013

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 19, no. 4, December 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Inanna Hamati-Ataya, Reflectivity, reflexivity, reflexivism: IR’s ‘reflexive turn’ — and beyond
  • Choong-Nam Kang & Douglas M. Gibler, An assessment of the validity of empirical measures of state satisfaction with the systemic status quo
  • Alexander Anievas, 1914 in world historical perspective: The ‘uneven’ and ‘combined’ origins of World War I
  • Martin Austvoll Nome, Transnational ethnic ties and military intervention: Taking sides in civil conflicts in Europe,  Asia and North Africa, 1944–99
  • Monika Heupel, With power comes responsibility: Human rights protection in United Nations sanctions policy
  • Paul Kirby, How is rape a weapon of war? Feminist International Relations, modes of critical explanation and the study of wartime sexual violence
  • Eric Grynaviski, Contrasts, counterfactuals,and causes
  • Eva Erman, In search of democratic agency in deliberative governance
  • Torsten Michel, Time to get emotional: Phronetic reflections on the concept of trust in International Relations
  • Axel Heck & Gabi Schlag, Securitizing images: The female body and the war in Afghanistan
  • Jelena Subotic & Ayşe Zarakol, Cultural intimacy in International Relations
  • Edward Keene, Social status, social closure and the idea of Europe as a ‘normative power’