Monday, July 21, 2014

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 90, no. 4, July 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • William Walker, International reactions to the Scottish referendum
  • Colin Fleming, After independence? The challenges and benefits of Scottish–UK defence cooperation
  • Mark Webber, Ellen Hallams & Martin A. Smith, Repairing NATO's motors
  • Jasper Humphreys & M.L.R. Smith, The ‘rhinofication’ of South African security
  • Rosaleen Duffy, Waging a war to save biodiversity: the rise of militarized conservation
  • Rob White, Environmental insecurity and fortress mentality
  • Robert A. Francis & Krishna Krishnamurthy, Human conflict and ecosystem services: finding the environmental price of warfare
  • Richard Milburn, The roots to peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo: conservation as a platform for green development
  • Thomas G. Weiss & Martin Welz, The UN and the African Union in Mali and beyond: a shotgun wedding?
  • Paul D. Williams, After Westgate: opportunities and challenges in the war against Al-Shabaab
  • Sophie Harman & David Williams, International development in transition
  • Takashi Inoguchi, A call for a new Japanese foreign policy: the dilemmas of a stakeholder state