Wednesday, September 17, 2014

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 90, no. 5, September 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Geraint Hughes, Skyjackers, jackals and soldiers: British planning for international terrorist incidents during the 1970s
  • Michelle Bentley, Strategic taboos: chemical weapons and US foreign policy
  • Thomas Waldman, Reconciliation and research in Afghanistan: an analytical narrative
  • Robert H. Wade, The Piketty phenomenon: why has Capital become a publishing sensation?
  • Rosemary Foot, ‘Doing some things’ in the Xi Jinping era: the United Nations as China's venue of choice
  • Ramesh Thakur, The inconsequential gains and lasting insecurities of India's nuclear weaponization
  • Pervez Hoodbhoy & Zia Mian, Nuclear fears, hopes and realities in Pakistan
  • Francis Baert & Timothy M. Shaw, Are you willing to be made nothing? Is Commonwealth reform possible?
  • Peter Hakim, The future of US–Brazil relations: confrontation, cooperation or detachment?