Monday, July 15, 2013

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 89, no. 4, July 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Roy Allison, Russia and Syria: explaining alignment with a regime in crisis
  • Matt Waldman, System failure: the underlying causes of US policy-making errors in Afghanistan
  • Theo Farrell & Antonio Giustozzi, The Taliban at war: inside the Helmand insurgency, 2004–2012
  • Peter R. Neumann, The trouble with radicalization
  • Peter Ferdinand & Jue Wang, China and the IMF: from mimicry towards pragmatic international institutional pluralism
  • Brantly Womack, Beyond win–win: rethinking China's international relationships in an era of economic uncertainty
  • Rod Lyon, The challenges confronting US extended nuclear assurance in Asia
  • Ramesh Thakur, Follow the yellowcake road: balancing Australia's national interests against international anti-nuclear interests
  • Christopher M. Dent, Paths ahead for East Asia and Asia–Pacific regionalism
  • Frédéric Grare, Pakistan's foreign and security policies after the 2013 general election: the judge, the politician and the military