Monday, June 23, 2014

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 28, no. 2, June 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Peter Vale, If International Relations lives on the street, what is it doing in the classroom?
  • Jan Niklas Rolf, The state of nature analogy in International Relations theory
  • Sam Raphael & Doug Stokes, US oil strategy in the Caspian Basin: Hegemony through interdependence
  • Andrés Villar Gertner, The Beagle Channel frontier dispute between Argentina and Chile: Converging domestic and international conflicts
  • Tyler M Curley, Methodological process ethics in international theory
  • Forum
    • Richard N Lebow & Thomas Lindemann, Symbolic and cultural approaches to the origins of World War I: Introduction
    • Richard N Lebow, What have we learned from World War I?
    • Franca Loewener, World War I: A matter of respectability?
    • Reinhard Wolf, Status fixations, the need for ‘firmness’, and decisions for war
    • Charles F Doran, World War I as existential crisis amidst the shifting tides of history
    • Thomas Lindemann, World War I as a self-fulfilling catastrophe