Saturday, September 18, 2021

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 47, no. 4, October 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Giovanni Agostinis & Kevin Parthenay, Exploring the determinants of regional health governance modes in the Global South: A comparative analysis of Central and South America
  • Emma-Louise Anderson, Laura Considine, & Amy S. Patterson, The power-trust cycle in global health: Trust as belonging in relations of dependency
  • Katharine A. M. Wright & Annika Bergman Rosamond, NATO's strategic narratives: Angelina Jolie and the alliance's celebrity and visual turn
  • Adam Kochanski, Framing, truth-telling, and the limits of local transitional justice
  • Maria Mälksoo, Militant memocracy in International Relations: Mnemonical status anxiety and memory laws in Eastern Europe
  • Thomas Linsenmaier, Dennis R. Schmidt, & Kilian Spandler, On the meaning(s) of norms: Ambiguity and global governance in a post-hegemonic world
  • Randall Germain, Nearly modern IPE? Insights from IPE at mid-century
  • Charlie Thame, The economic corridors paradigm as extractivism: Four theses for a historical materialist framework