Monday, November 14, 2016

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 42, no. 6, December 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Trine Flockhart, The problem of change in constructivist theory: Ontological security seeking and agent motivation
  • Jonna Nyman, What is the value of security? Contextualising the negative/positive debate
  • Alejandro Colás, Barbary Coast in the expansion of international society: Piracy, privateering, and corsairing as primary institutions
  • David Miller, Neo-Kantian theories of self-determination: a critique
  • Leonie Ansems de Vries, Politics of (in)visibility: Governance-resistance and the constitution of refugee subjectivities in Malaysia
  • Nicolas Lemay-Hébert & Stefanie Kappler, What attachment to peace? Exploring the normative and material dimensions of local ownership in peacebuilding
  • Catherine Hecht, The shifting salience of democratic governance: Evidence from the United Nations General Assembly General Debates
  • Maren Hofius, Community at the border or the boundaries of community? The case of EU field diplomats
  • Jo Jakobsen, Tor G. Jakobsen, & Eirin Rande Ekevold, Democratic peace and the norms of the public: a multilevel analysis of the relationship between regime type and citizens’ bellicosity, 1981–2008