Thursday, January 13, 2022

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 98, no. 1, January 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Race and imperialism in International Relations: theory and practice
    • Jasmine K. Gani & Jenna Marshall, The impact of colonialism on policy and knowledge production in International Relations
    • Amitav Acharya, Race and racism in the founding of the modern world order
    • Jasmine K. Gani, From discourse to practice: Orientalism, western policy and the Arab uprisings
    • Kwaku Danso & Kwesi Aning, African experiences and alternativity in International Relations theorizing about security
    • Althea-Maria Rivas & Mariam Safi, Women and the Afghan peace and reintegration process
    • Randolph B. Persaud, Ideology, socialization and hegemony in Disciplinary International Relations
    • Jan Wilkens & Alvine R. C. Datchoua-Tirvaudey, Researching climate justice: a decolonial approach to global climate governance
    • Sizwe Mpofu-Walsh, Obedient rebellion: conceiving the African nuclear weapon-free zone
    • Tomohito Baji, Colonial policy studies in Japan: racial visions of Nan’yo, or the early creation of a global South
    • Nivi Manchanda & Sharri Plonski, Between mobile corridors and immobilizing borders: race, fixity and friction in Palestine/Israel Somdeep Sen, The colonial roots of counter-insurgencies in international politics
    • Amal Abu-Bakare, Exploring mechanisms of whiteness: how counterterrorism practitioners disrupt anti-racist expertise
    • Srdjan Vucetic, Elite–mass agreement in British foreign policy
    • Katrin Antweiler, The coloniality of Holocaust memorialization in post-apartheid South Africa
    • Lucian M. Ashworth, Warriors, pacifists and empires: race and racism in international thought before 1914
  • Centenary conversations
    • Helen Clark, Interviewed by Robert Yates