Monday, December 15, 2014

New Issue: International Studies Quarterly

The latest issue of the International Studies Quarterly (Vol. 58, no. 4, December 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Presidential Address
    • Amitav Acharya, Global International Relations (IR) and Regional Worlds: A New Agenda for International Studies
  • Balancing and the Balance of Power
    • Jørgen Møller, Why Europe Avoided Hegemony: A Historical Perspective on the Balance of Power
  • International Order and Ordering
    • Ty Solomon, Time and Subjectivity in World Politics
    • Calvert W. Jones, Exploring the Microfoundations of International Community: Toward a Theory of Enlightened Nationalism
    • Julian Germann, German “Grand Strategy” and the Rise of Neoliberalism
  • Democracies and Foreign Policy
    • Wolfgang Wagner & Michal Onderco, Accommodation or Confrontation? Explaining Differences in Policies Toward Iran
    • Ryan K. Beasley & Juliet Kaarbo, Explaining Extremity in the Foreign Policies of Parliamentary Democracies
    • Patrick Shea, Terence K. Teo & Jack S. Levy, Opposition Politics and International Crises: A Formal Model
  • Diffusion and Regulation
    • Jeffrey M. Chwieroth, Fashions and Fads in Finance: The Political Foundations of Sovereign Wealth Fund Creation
    • Michaël Aklin & Johannes Urpelainen, The Global Spread of Environmental Ministries: Domestic–International Interactions
    • Jean-Frédéric Morin & Edward Richard Gold, An Integrated Model of Legal Transplantation: The Diffusion of Intellectual Property Law in Developing Countries
    • Daniel Berliner & Aseem Prakash, Public Authority and Private Rules: How Domestic Regulatory Institutions Shape the Adoption of Global Private Regimes
  • Political Economy of Globalization
    • Andrew Kerner, What We Talk About When We Talk About Foreign Direct Investment
    • Lawrence Ezrow & Timothy Hellwig, Responding to Voters or Responding to Markets? Political Parties and Public Opinion in an Era of Globalization
    • Benjamin Nyblade & Angela O'Mahony, Playing with Fire: Pre-Electoral Fiscal Manipulation and the Risk of a Speculative Attack
  • Humanitarian Aid and Intervention
    • Rob Kevlihan, Karl DeRouen Jr & Glen Biglaiser, Is US Humanitarian Aid Based Primarily on Need or Self-Interest?
    • Dursun Peksen, Timothy M. Peterson & A. Cooper Drury, Media-driven Humanitarianism? News Media Coverage of Human Rights Abuses and the Use of Economic Sanctions
  • Future Trends
    • Askar Akaev & Vladimir Pantin, Technological Innovations and Future Shifts in International Politics