Tuesday, March 3, 2015

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 41, no. 2, April 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Tom Lundborg & Nick Vaughan-Williams, New Materialisms, discourse analysis, and International Relations: a radical intertextual approach
  • Vincent Pouliot & Jean-Philippe Thérien, The politics of inclusion: Changing patterns in the governance of international security
  • Robin Dunford, Human rights and collective emancipation: The politics of food sovereignty
  • Lene Hansen, How images make world politics: International icons and the case of Abu Ghraib
  • Peter Trubowitz & Peter Harris, When states appease: British appeasement in the 1930s
  • Ido Oren & Ty Solomon, WMD, WMD, WMD: Securitisation through ritualised incantation of ambiguous phrases
  • Adam Bower, Arguing with law: strategic legal argumentation, US diplomacy, and debates over the International Criminal Court
  • Sungju Park-Kang, Fictional IR and imagination: Advancing narrative approaches
  • Valbona Muzaka & Matthew Louis Bishop, Doha stalemate: The end of trade multilateralism?
  • Pía Riggirozzi, Regionalism, activism, and rights: New opportunities for health diplomacy in South America