Tuesday, January 12, 2021

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 97, no. 1, January 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Tobias Ide, Carl Bruch, Alexander Carius, Ken Conca, Geoffrey D Dabelko, Richard Matthew, & Erika Weinthal,The past and future(s) of environmental peacebuilding
    • Keina Yoshida & Lina M Céspedes-Báez, The nature of Women, Peace and Security: a Colombian perspective
    • Christina Ankenbrand, Zabrina Welter, & Nina Engwicht, Formalization as a tool for environmental peacebuilding? Artisanal and small-scale mining in Liberia and Sierra Leone
    • Irene Vélez-Torres & Diego Lugo-Vivas, Slow violence and corporate greening in the war on drugs in Colombia
    • McKenzie F Johnson, Fighting for black stone: extractive conflict, institutional change and peacebuilding in Sierra Leone
    • Tobias Ide, Lisa R Palmer, & Jon Barnett, Environmental peacebuilding from below: customary approaches in Timor-Leste
    • Mirza Sadaqat Huda, An ecological response to ethno-nationalistic populism: grassroots environmental peacebuilding in south Asia
    • Aysegül Kibaroglu & Ramazan Caner Sayan, Water and ‘imperfect peace’ in the Euphrates–Tigris river basin
    • Jeannie Sowers & Erika Weinthal, Humanitarian challenges and the targeting of civilian infrastructure in the Yemen war
    • Héctor Morales-Muñoz, Katharina Löhr, Michelle Bonatti, Luca Eufemia, & Stefan Sieber, Assessing impacts of environmental peacebuilding in Caquetá, Colombia: a multistakeholder perspective
    • Ousseyni Kalilou, Climate change and conflict in the Sahel: the acacia gum tree as a tool for environmental peacebuilding
  • Review Essay
    • Michael Cox, E. H. Carr, Chatham House and Nationalism