Tuesday, February 13, 2018

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 24, no. 1, March 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Ryan K. Beasley & Juliet Kaarbo, Casting for a sovereign role: Socialising an aspirant state in the Scottish independence referendum
  • Scott Hamilton, The measure of all things? The Anthropocene as a global biopolitics of carbon
  • Jonas Meckling, The developmental state in global regulation: Economic change and climate policy
  • Priya Chacko & Kanishka Jayasuriya, A capitalising foreign policy: Regulatory geographies and transnationalised state projects
  • Jens Steffek & Leonie Holthaus, The social-democratic roots of global governance: Welfare internationalism from the 19th century to the United Nations
  • Ryan D. Griffiths, The Waltzian ordering principle and international change: A two-dimensional model
  • Christopher David LaRoche & Simon Frankel Pratt, Kenneth Waltz is not a neorealist (and why that matters)
  • Alister Wedderburn, Tragedy, genealogy and theories of International Relations
  • Davide Schmid, The poverty of Critical Theory in International Relations: Habermas, Linklater and the failings of cosmopolitan critique
  • Philippe Bourbeau & Caitlin Ryan, Resilience, resistance, infrapolitics and enmeshment