- Daniel J. Levine & Alexander D. Barder, The closing of the American mind: ‘American School’ International Relations and the state of grand theory
- Rebecca Adler-Nissen & Vincent Pouliot, Power in practice: Negotiating the international intervention in Libya
- Matthew D. Stephen, Rising powers, global capitalism and liberal global governance: A historical materialist account of the BRICs challenge
- Ja Ian Chong, Popular narratives versus Chinese history: Implications for understanding an emergent China
- David C. Kang, Why was there no religious war in premodern East Asia?
- Mark Axelrod, Clash of the treaties: Responding to institutional interplay in European Community–Chile swordfish negotiations
- Cecilia Albin & Daniel Druckman, Procedures matter: Justice and effectiveness in international trade negotiations
- Maria Koinova, Why do conflict-generated diasporas pursue sovereignty-based claims through state-based or transnational channels? Armenian, Albanian and Palestinian diasporas in the UK compared
- John M. Owen IV & Michael Poznansky, When does America drop dictators?
- Courtney Hillebrecht, The power of human rights tribunals: Compliance with the European Court of Human Rights and domestic policy change
- Klaus Dingwerth, Global democracy and the democratic minimum: Why a procedural account alone is insufficient
Saturday, November 15, 2014
New Issue: European Journal of International Relations
The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 20, no. 4, December 2014) is out. Contents include: