Monday, November 12, 2018

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 94, no. 6, November 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Maximilian Mayer, China's historical statecraft and the return of history
  • Afshon Ostovar, Iran, its clients, and the future of the Middle East: the limits of religion
  • Serena Simoni, Queens of narco-trafficking: breaking gender hierarchy in Colombia
  • Dong Jung Kim, Realists as free traders: the struggle for power and the case against protectionism
  • Martin Hearson & Wilson Prichard, China's challenge to international tax rules and the implications for global economic governance
  • Thijs van de Graaf & Michael Bradshaw, Stranded wealth: rethinking the politics of oil in an age of abundance
  • Nicole George, Liberal–local peacebuilding in Solomon Islands and Bougainville: advancing a gender-just peace?
  • David Cadier, Continuity and change in France's policies towards Russia: a milieu goals explanation
  • Tom Long, Latin America and the liberal international order: an agenda for research
  • Thomas C. Mills, British foreign policy towards Latin America in the twenty-first century: assessing the ‘Canning Agenda’
  • Robin Niblett, Rediscovering a sense of purpose: the challenge for western think-tanks
  • Christian Reus-Smit, Deborah Welch Larson, Andrew Kydd, Lawrence Freedman, & Nicholas J. Wheeler, Trusting enemies: interpersonal relationships in international conflict