Thursday, February 26, 2015

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 21, no. 1, March 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Nicolas Guilhot, Portrait of the realist as a historian: On anti-whiggism in the history of international relations
  • Cynthia Weber, Why is there no Queer International Theory?
  • Alejandro M. Peña, Governing differentiation: On standardisation as political steering
  • Cemal Burak Tansel, Deafening silence? Marxism, international historical sociology and the spectre of Eurocentrism
  • Mark Langan, Budget support and Africa–European Union relations: Free market reform and neo-colonialism?
  • Linus Hagström, The ‘abnormal’ state: Identity, norm/exception and Japan
  • Diogo Pinheiro, Jeffrey M. Chwieroth, & Alexander Hicks, Do international non-governmental organizations inhibit globalization? The case of capital account liberalization in developing countries
  • J. Samuel Barkin, Racing all over the place: A dispersion model of international regulatory competition
  • J.C. Sharman, War, selection, and micro-states: Economic and sociological perspectives on the international system
  • Tine Hanrieder, The path-dependent design of international organizations: Federalism in the World Health Organization