Monday, March 17, 2014

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 90, no. 2, March 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The Great War
    • Pierre Purseigle, The First World War and the transformations of the state
    • Patricia Clavin, The Austrian hunger crisis and the genesis of international organization after the First World War
    • Robert T. Foley, Dumb donkeys or cunning foxes? Learning in the British and German armies during the Great War
    • Helen McCartney, The First World War soldier and his contemporary image in Britain
    • Brendan Simms, Against a ‘world of enemies’: the impact of the First World War on the development of Hitler's ideology
    • Ulrich Krotz, Three eras and possible futures: a long-term view on the Franco-German relationship a century after the First World War
    • Martin Ceadel, The peace movement: overview of a British brand leader
    • Alex Danchev, The angel of history
    • Kate Kennedy, ‘A music of grief’: classical music and the First World War
    • Joan Beaumont, ‘Unitedly we have fought’: imperial loyalty and the Australian war effort
    • Peter Sluglett, An improvement on colonialism? The ‘A’ mandates and their legacy in the Middle East