Thursday, July 23, 2020

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 26, no. 3, September 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Alexandria J Nylen, Frontier justice: international law and ‘lawless’ spaces in the “War on Terror”
  • Eglantine Staunton & Jason Ralph, The Responsibility to Protect norm cluster and the challenge of atrocity prevention: an analysis of the European Union’s strategy in Myanmar
  • Lama Mourad & Kelsey P Norman, Transforming refugees into migrants: institutional change and the politics of international protection
  • Klaus Dingwerth, Henning Schmidtke, & Tobias Weise, The rise of democratic legitimation: why international organizations speak the language of democracy
  • Erik O Eriksen, Banishing dominance in Europe: The case for regional cosmopolitanism
  • Elena V McLean & Taehee Whang, Do sanctions spell disaster? Economic sanctions, political institutions, and technological safety
  • Alexander De Juan, Kristóf Gosztonyi, & Jan Koehler, Conditional effects of development aid on political perceptions: mixed-methods evidence from North-East Afghanistan
  • A. Burcu Bayram & Marcus Holmes, Feeling their pain: affective empathy and public preferences for foreign development aid
  • Stephan Klose, Interactionist role theory meets ontological security studies: an exploration of synergies between socio-psychological approaches to the study of international relations
  • Karl Gustafsson & Nina C. Krickel-Choi, Returning to the roots of ontological security: insights from the existentialist anxiety literature
  • Heather Elko McKibben, What do I get? How do states’ negotiation alternatives influence the concessions they receive in multilateral negotiations?
  • Olivier Schmitt, How to challenge an international order: Russian diplomatic practices in multilateral security organisations