Tuesday, June 23, 2015

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 41, no. 3, July 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • James Brassett & Lena Rethel, Sexy money: the hetero-normative politics of global finance
  • Lisa Maria Dellmuth & Jonas Tallberg, The social legitimacy of international organisations: Interest representation, institutional performance, and confidence extrapolation in the United Nations
  • Luke Cooper, The international relations of the ‘imagined community’: Explaining the late nineteenth-century genesis of the Chinese nation
  • Shiera S. el-Malik, Why Orientalism still matters: Reading ‘casual forgetting’ and ‘active remembering’ as neoliberal forms of contestation in international politics
  • David Hughes, Unmaking an exception: A critical genealogy of US exceptionalism
  • Jason Ralph & Adrian Gallagher, Legitimacy faultlines in international society: The responsibility to protect and prosecute after Libya
  • Gregorio Bettiza, Constructing civilisations: Embedding and reproducing the ‘Muslim world’ in American foreign policy practices and institutions since 9/11
  • Kilian Spandler, The political international society: Change in primary and secondary institutions
  • Tom Bentley, The sorrow of empire: Rituals of legitimation and the performative contradictions of liberalism