Wednesday, October 2, 2013

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 39, no. 4, October 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Adrian Little & Kate MacDonald, Pathways to global democracy? Escaping the statist imaginary
  • Mark B. Salter & Can E. Mutlu, Securitisation and Diego Garcia
  • Michele Acuto, The new climate leaders?
  • Peter Lee, Scarred souls, weary warriors, and military intervention: the emergence of the subject in the just war writings of Jean Bethke Elshtain
  • Julia Welland, Militarised violences, basic training, and the myths of asexuality and discipline
  • Oliver Turner, ‘Threatening’ China and US security: the international politics of identity
  • Thomas Moore, Saving friends or saving strangers? Critical humanitarianism and the geopolitics of international law
  • Eeva Puumala, Political life beyond accommodation and return: rethinking relations between the political, the international, and the body
  • David Jason Karp, The location of international practices: what is human rights practice?
  • Jens Steffek, Explaining cooperation between IGOs and NGOs – push factors, pull factors, and the policy cycle
  • Burak Kadercan, Making sense of survival: refining the treatment of state preferences in neorealist theory