Tuesday, March 12, 2013

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 89, no. 2, March 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: The Middle East ten years after the invasion of Iraq
    • Toby Dodge, State and society in Iraq ten years after regime change: the rise of a new authoritarianism
    • Gareth Stansfield, The unravelling of the post-First World War state system? The Kurdistan Region of Iraq and the transformation of the Middle East
    • Ali M. Ansari, L'état, c'est moi: the paradox of sultanism and the question of ‘regime change’ in modern Iran
    • Fawaz A. Gerges, The Obama approach to the Middle East: the end of America's moment?
    • Louise Fawcett, The Iraq War ten years on: assessing the fallout
    • Anthony F. Lang Jr., From revolutions to constitutions: the case of Egypt
    • Alex de Waal, African roles in the Libyan conflict of 2011
    • Philip Robins, Turkey's ‘double gravity’ predicament: the foreign policy of a newly activist power
    • Clive Jones & Beverley Milton-Edwards, Missing the ‘devils’ we knew? Israel and political Islam amid the Arab Awakening
    • Lina Khatib, Qatar's foreign policy: the limits of pragmatism
    • Patricia M. Lewis, A Middle East free of nuclear weapons: possible, probable or pipe-dream?
    • Nathan E. Busch & Joseph F. Pilat, Disarming Libya? A reassessment after the Arab Spring
    • Nicholas J. Wheeler, Investigating diplomatic transformations