Sunday, September 27, 2020

New Issue: International Studies Review

The latest issue of International Studies Review (Vol. 22, no. 3, September 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Swati Srivastava, Varieties of Social Construction
  • Ingvild Bode, Women or Leaders? Practices of Narrating the United Nations as a Gendered Institution
  • Alexander Anievas & Richard Saull, Reassessing the Cold War and the Far-Right: Fascist Legacies and the Making of the Liberal International Order after 1945
  • Thorsten Wojczewski, Populism, Hindu Nationalism, and Foreign Policy in India: The Politics of Representing “the People”
  • Yuichi Kubota, The Rebel Economy in Civil War: Informality, Civil Networks, and Regulation Strategies
  • Ricardo Villanueva, How Norman Angell Reveals the Significance of Marxism and Socialism in Early IR and a Debate before the “First Great Debate”
  • Rodger A Payne, Grappling with Dr. Strangelove’s “Wargasm” Fantasy
  • Daniel Lambach, The Territorialization of Cyberspace
  • Linus Hagström & Astrid H M Nordin, China's “Politics of Harmony” and the Quest for Soft Power in International Politics
  • Benjamin M Jensen, Christopher Whyte, & Scott Cuomo, Algorithms at War: The Promise, Peril, and Limits of Artificial Intelligence
  • Jörn Ege, Michael W Bauer, & Nora Wagner, Improving Generalizability in Transnational Bureaucratic Influence Research: A (Modest) Proposal
  • Ingo Henneberg & Friedrich Plank, Overlapping Regionalism and Security Cooperation: Power-Based Explanations of Nigeria's Forum-Shopping in the Fight against Boko Haram
  • Daniel Hywel Nicholls, All Hegemons Are Not the Same: The Role(s) of Relational Structures and Modes of Control
  • Radoslav S Dimitrov, Empty Institutions in Global Environmental Politics
  • Esra Cuhadar & Thania Paffenholz, Transfer 2.0: Applying the Concept of Transfer from Track-Two Workshops to Inclusive Peace Negotiations
  • Shamel Azmeh, Christopher Foster, & Jaime Echavarri, The International Trade Regime and the Quest for Free Digital Trade
  • Michelle Jurkovich, What Isn't a Norm? Redefining the Conceptual Boundaries of “Norms” in the Human Rights Literature