Tuesday, August 20, 2019

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 25, no. 4, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas Oatley, Toward a political economy of complex interdependence
  • Jonathan Luke Austin, Towards an International Political Ergonomics
  • Jeffrey M Chwieroth & Andrew Walter, The financialization of mass wealth, banking crises and politics over the long run
  • Harriet Gray & Maria Stern, Risky dis/entanglements: Torture and sexual violence in conflict
  • Maria Martin de Almagro & Caitlin Ryan, Subverting economic empowerment: Towards a postcolonial-feminist framework on gender (in)securities in post-war settings
  • Robin Dunford & Michael Neu, The Responsibility to Protect in a world of already existing intervention
  • Elvira Rosert, Norm emergence as agenda diffusion: Failure and success in the regulation of cluster munitions
  • Sarah G. Phillips, Making al-Qa’ida legible: Counter-terrorism and the reproduction of terrorism
  • Allard Duursma & John Gledhill, Voted out: Regime type, elections and contributions to United Nations peacekeeping operations
  • Reinhard Wolf, Taking interaction seriously: Asymmetrical roles and the behavioral foundations of status
  • Hartmut Behr, Towards a political concept of reversibility in international relations: Bridging political philosophy and policy studies
  • Michael E. Newell, How the normative resistance of anarchism shaped the state monopoly on violence