Sunday, September 9, 2018

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 44, no. 4, October 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Jonathan Pass, Gramsci meets emergentist materialism: Towards a neo neo-gramscian perspective on world order
  • Margarita H. Petrova, Weapons prohibitions through immanent critique: NGOs as emancipatory and (de)securitising actors in security governance
  • Maria Tanyag, Depleting fragile bodies: the political economy of sexual and reproductive health in crisis situations
  • Maria Martin de Almagro, Lost boomerangs, the rebound effect and transnational advocacy networks: a discursive approach to norm diffusion
  • Jeppe Mulich, Transformation at the margins: Imperial expansion and systemic change in world politics
  • Alex Hoseason, Between philosophy and social science: Harm and its object in International Relations
  • Richard J. Aldrich & Lewis Herrington, Secrets, hostages, and ransoms: British kidnap policy in historical perspective
  • Edward Newman & Gëzim Visoka, The European Union’s practice of state recognition: Between norms and interests