- Special Issue: The End of International Relations Theory?
- Tim Dunne, Lene Hansen, & Colin Wight, The end of International Relations theory?
- John J. Mearsheimer & Stephen M. Walt, Leaving theory behind: Why simplistic hypothesis testing is bad for International Relations
- Andrew Bennett, The mother of all isms: Causal mechanisms and structured pluralism in International Relations theory
- Chris Brown, The poverty of Grand Theory
- Charlotte Epstein, Constructivism or the eternal return of universals in International Relations. Why returning to language is vital to prolonging the owl’s flight
- Stefano Guzzini, The ends of International Relations theory: Stages of reflexivity and modes of theorizing
- Patrick Thaddeus Jackson & Daniel H. Nexon, International theory in a post-paradigmatic era: From substantive wagers to scientific ontologies
- David A. Lake, Theory is dead, long live theory: The end of the Great Debates and the rise of eclecticism in International Relations
- Christian Reus-Smit, Beyond metatheory?
- Christine Sylvester, Experiencing the end and afterlives of International Relations/theory
- Arlene B. Tickner, Core, periphery and (neo)imperialist International Relations
- Michael C. Williams, In the beginning: The International Relations enlightenment and the ends of International Relations theory
Friday, September 6, 2013
New Issue: European Journal of International Relations
The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 19, no. 3, September 2013) is out. Contents include: