Tuesday, December 2, 2014

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 40, no. 5, December 2014) is out. Contents include:
  • Global Health in International Relations
    • Sara E. Davies, Stefan Elbe, Alison Howell, & Colin McInnes, Editors' Introduction
    • Colin McInnes & Simon Rushton, Health for health's sake, winning for God's sake: US Global Health Diplomacy and smart power in Iraq and Afghanistan
    • Sara E. Davies, Healthy populations, political stability, and regime type: Southeast Asia as a case study
    • Garrett Wallace Brown, Norm diffusion and health system strengthening: The persistent relevance of national leadership in global health governance
    • Anne Roemer-Mahler, The rise of companies from emerging markets in global health governance: Opportunities and challenges
    • Stefan Elbe, The pharmaceuticalisation of security: Molecular biomedicine, antiviral stockpiles, and global health security
    • João Nunes, Questioning health security: Insecurity and domination in world politics
    • Alison Howell, The Global Politics of Medicine: Beyond global health, against securitisation theory