Tuesday, September 18, 2012

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 88, no. 5, September 2012) is out. Contents include:
  • David Milne, Pragmatism or what? The future of US foreign policy
  • Lee Marsden, Bush, Obama and a faith-based US foreign policy
  • Travis Sharp, Over-promising and under-delivering? Ambitions and risks in US defence strategy
  • Trevor McCrisken, Justifying sacrifice: Barack Obama and the selling and ending of the war in Afghanistan
  • Richard J. Aldrich & John Kasuku, Escaping from American intelligence: culture, ethnocentrism and the Anglosphere
  • Mark Bromley, Neil Cooper & Paul Holtom, The UN Arms Trade Treaty: arms export controls, the human security agenda and the lessons of history
  • Chad Michael Briggs, Climate security, risk assessment and military planning
  • Jasper Humphreys, Resource wars: searching for a new definition
  • Richard Milburn, Mainstreaming the environment into postwar recovery: the case for ‘ecological development’