Sunday, August 11, 2019

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 25, no. 3, September 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Eric Hundman & Sarah E Parkinson, Rogues, degenerates, and heroes: Disobedience as politics in military organizations
  • Deepak Nair, Saving face in diplomacy: A political sociology of face-to-face interactions in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
  • Sarah von Billerbeck & Oisín Tansey, Enabling autocracy? Peacebuilding and post-conflict authoritarianism in the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Simon Frankel Pratt, Norm transformation and the institutionalization of targeted killing in the US
  • Heidarali Masoudi, Metaphorical incarnations of the “other” and Iranian International Relations discourses
  • Peter Marcus Kristensen, States of emergence, states of knowledge: A comparative sociology of international relations in China and India
  • Toby Greene, Foreign policy anarchy in multiparty coalitions: When junior parties take rogue decisions
  • Valentina Carraro, Electing the experts: Expertise and independence in the UN human rights treaty bodies
  • Zuzana Murdoch, Hussein Kassim, Sara Connolly, & Benny Geys, Do international institutions matter? Socialization and international bureaucrats
  • Carsten-Andreas Schulz, Territorial sovereignty and the end of inter-cultural diplomacy along the “Southern frontier”
  • Jack Donnelly, Systems, levels, and structural theory: Waltz’s theory is not a systemic theory (and why that matters for International Relations today)
  • Andrew Linklater, Symbols and world politics: Towards a long-term perspective on historical trends and contemporary challenges