Thursday, March 12, 2020

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 96, no. 2, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Engaging Religions and Religious Studies in International Affairs
    • Katherine E Brown, Introduction: engaging religions and religious studies in international affairs
    • Katherine E Brown, Religious violence, gender and post-secular counterterrorism
    • Oula Kadhum, Unpacking the role of religion in political transnationalism: the case of the Shi'a Iraqi diaspora since 2003
    • Emma Tomalin, Global aid and faith actors: the case for an actor-orientated approach to the ‘turn to religion’
    • Jeremy Kidwell, Mapping the field of religious environmental politics
    • Caron E Gentry, The politics of hope: privilege, despair and political theology
  • Articles
    • Daniel W Drezner, Immature leadership: Donald Trump and the American presidency
    • Olivier Schmitt, Wartime paradigms and the future of western military power
    • Xiangfeng Yang, The great Chinese surprise: the rupture with the United States is real and is happening
    • Camile Oliveira & Erin Baines, Children ‘born of war’: a role for fathers?
    • Anne-Kathrin Kreft, Civil society perspectives on sexual violence in conflict: patriarchy and war strategy in Colombia
    • Paul D Williams, The Security Council's peacekeeping trilemma
    • Lee-Anne Sim, Influencing the social impact of financial systems: alternative strategies