Monday, June 23, 2014

New Issue: International Theory

The latest issue of International Theory (Vol. 6, no. 2, July 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Arjun Chowdhury & Raymond Duvall, Sovereignty and sovereign power
  • Luis Cabrera, Individual rights and the democratic boundary problem
  • Juha Käpylä & Denis Kennedy, Cruel to care? Investigating the governance of compassion in the humanitarian imaginary
  • Forum: Interrogating the use of norms in international relations: postcolonial perspectives
    • Charlotte Epstein, The postcolonial perspective: an introduction
    • Ayşe Zarakol, What made the modern world hang together: socialisation or stigmatisation?
    • Julia Gallagher, Chopping the world into bits: Africa, the World Bank, and the good governance norm
    • Robbie Shilliam, “Open the Gates Mek We Repatriate”: Caribbean slavery, constructivism, and hermeneutic tensions
    • Vivienne Jabri, Disarming norms: postcolonial agency and the constitution of the international