Friday, August 7, 2015

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 91, no. 4, July 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Wyn Bowen & Matthew Moran, Living with nuclear hedging: the implications of Iran's nuclear strategy
  • Jason Ralph & James Souter, A special responsibility to protect: the UK, Australia and the rise of Islamic State
  • Simone Molin Friis, ‘Beyond anything we have ever seen’: beheading videos and the visibility of violence in the war against ISIS
  • Harsh V. Pant & Julie M. Super, India's ‘non-alignment’ conundrum: a twentieth-century policy in a changing world
  • Michael Mayer, The new killer drones: understanding the strategic implications of next-generation unmanned combat aerial vehicles
  • Pía Riggirozzi & Jean Grugel, Regional governance and legitimacy in South America: the meaning of UNASUR
  • Christian Downie, Global energy governance: do the BRICs have the energy to drive reform?
  • Derek Averre & Lance Davies, Russia, humanitarian intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: the case of Syria
  • Lorena De Vita, German–Israeli ties in 2015 and 1965: the difficult special relationship