Monday, November 9, 2015

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 91, no. 6, November 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The United Nations at 70
    • Thomas G. Weiss, The United Nations: before, during and after 1945
    • Rama Mani, From ‘dystopia’ to ‘Ourtopia’: charting a future for global governance
    • Adrian Gallagher, The promise of pillar II: analysing international assistance under the Responsibility to Protect
    • Alex J. Bellamy & Charles T. Hunt, Twenty-first century UN peace operations: protection, force and the changing security environment
    • Colin McInnes, WHO's next? Changing authority in global health governance after Ebola
    • Shirley V. Scott, Implications of climate change for the UN Security Council: mapping the range of potential policy responses
    • Andrea Charron, Francesco Giumelli & Clara Portela, Introduction: the United Nations and targeted sanctions
    • Michael Brzoska, International sanctions before and beyond UN sanctions
    • Francesco Giumelli, Understanding United Nations targeted sanctions: an empirical analysis
    • Andrea Charron & Clara Portela, The UN, regional sanctions and Africa
    • Mikael Eriksson & Peter Wallensteen, Targeting sanctions and ending armed conflicts: first steps towards a new research agenda
    • Marcos Tourinho, Towards a world police? The implications of individual UN targeted sanctions