Friday, December 4, 2015

New Issue: International Studies Review

The latest issue of International Studies Review (Vol. 17, no. 4, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Analytical Essay: Evaluation, Synthesis, Reflections
    • Betcy Jose & Peace A. Medie, Understanding Why and How Civilians Resort to Self-Protection in Armed Conflict
    • Elias Steinhilper, From “the Rest” to “the West”? Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the Western Bias in Norm Diffusion Research
    • David Traven, Moral Cognition and the Law and Ethics of Armed Conflict
    • Boaz Atzili & Anne Kantel, Accepting the Unacceptable: Lessons from West Germany's Changing Border Politics
    • J. Samuel Barkin, On the Heuristic Use of Formal Models in International Relations Theory
    • Michiel Foulon, Neoclassical Realism: Challengers and Bridging Identities
  • The Forum: Globalization, Politics, and the Poor
    • Nita Rudra & Kristen Skillman, Introduction—Globalization, Politics, and the Poor
    • Helen V. Milner & Nita Rudra, Globalization and the Political Benefits of the Informal Economy
    • Edmund J. Malesky, Transfer Pricing and Global Poverty
    • Pablo Beramendi & Erik Wibbels, Globalization, Public Finance, and Poverty
    • Daniel Nielson, Promoting Exports, Preventing Poverty: Toward a Causal Evidence Base