Monday, June 18, 2018

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 32, no. 2, June 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Dominic Tierney, Accidental primacy: balancing and the path to power
    • Jeffrey S Lantis & Daniel J Bloomberg, Changing the code? Norm contestation and US antipreneurism in cyberspace
    • Rodney Bruce Hall, Deontic power, authority, and governance in international politics
    • Emma-Louise Anderson, African health diplomacy: obscuring power and leveraging dependency through shadow diplomacy
    • Philip Cunliffe, From peacekeepers to praetorians – how participating in peacekeeping operations may subvert democracy
  • Debate
    • Milja Kurki & Ken Booth, Responses to Justin Rosenberg’s ‘IR in the prison of Political Science’ and ‘Rethinking International Relations – again’
    • Benjamin Tallis, Justin Rosenberg’s IR jail break: commentary of the best kind
    • Nathan Alexander Sears, Multiplicity – within and between
    • Olaf Corry, Societies are not the only source of multiplicity
    • Hannes Peltonen, A prison break into the past? A comment on Justin Rosenberg’s ‘International Relations in the prison of Political Science’
    • Alex Prichard, Anarchy, anarchism and multiplicity: Preface to a fuller dialogue with Rosenberg
    • Brieg Powel, Deepening ‘multiplicity’: A response to Rosenberg
    • Justin Rosenberg, IR 101