Monday, December 8, 2014

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 28, no. 4, December 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Richard Ned Lebow, What can International Relations Theory learn from the origins of World War I?
  • Nazya Fiaz, Manufacturing a ‘Muted Public Reaction’: Pakistani political discourse in the wake of 9/11
  • Adrian Gallagher, What constitutes a ‘Manifest Failing’? Ambiguous and inconsistent terminology and the Responsibility to Protect
  • Forum: The expansion of international society after 30 years: Views from the European periphery
    • Filip Ejdus, Introduction
    • Filip Ejdus, Entry into international society: Central and South East European experiences
    • Alexandra Gheciu, Remembering the Roman past, building a European future
    • Jozef Bátora, Lost in translatio imperii: Slovakia’s layered entry into international society
    • Filip Ejdus, The long shadow of Byzantium over Serbia’s entry into international society
    • Einar Wigen, Go West! Turkey’s entry into international society