Tuesday, January 27, 2009

New Issue: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

The latest issue of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs (Vol. 21, no. 4, 2008) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The politics of climate change: environmental dynamics in international affairs
    • Paul G. Harris, Introduction: the glacial politics of climate change
    • Loren R. Cass, A climate of obstinacy: symbolic politics in Australian and Canadian policy
    • Liliana B. Andonova, The climate regime and domestic politics: the case of Russia
    • Miriam Schroeder, The construction of China's climate politics: transnational NGOs and the spiral model of international relations
    • Oriol Costa, Is climate change changing the EU? The second image reversed in climate politics
    • Richard Benwell, Linking as leverage: emissions trading and the politics of climate change
    • Stephan Kroll & Jason F. Shogren, Domestic politics and climate change: international public goods in two-level games
    • Maria Julia Trombetta, Environmental security and climate change: analysing the discourse
    • Shirley V. Scott, Securitizing climate change: international legal implications and obstacles
    • Bradley C. Parks & J Timmons Roberts, Inequality and the global climate regime: breaking the north-south impasse
    • Paul Baer, Glenn Fieldman, Tom Athanasiou, & Sivan Kartha, Greenhouse Development Rights: towards an equitable framework for global climate policy
    • Paul G. Harris, Conclusion: constructing the climate regime