Sunday, April 5, 2015

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 91, no. 2, March 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Alex J. Bellamy, A chronic protection problem: the DPRK and the Responsibility to Protect
  • Jinghan Zeng, Yuefan Xiao & Shaun Breslin, Securing China's core interests: the state of the debate in China
  • James Ker-Lindsay, Engagement without recognition: the limits of diplomatic interaction with contested states
  • Reinhard Wolf, Why wealthy countries must not drop nuclear energy: coal power, climate change and the fate of the global poor
  • Andrew Glencross, Why a British referendum on EU membership will not solve the Europe question
  • Katherine C. Epstein, Scholarship and the ship of state: rethinking the Anglo-American strategic decline analogy
  • David Blagden, Global multipolarity, European security and implications for UK grand strategy: back to the future, once again
  • Paul Cornish & Andrew M. Dorman, Complex security and strategic latency: the UK Strategic Defence and Security Review 2015
  • Anthony Richards, From terrorism to ‘radicalization’ to ‘extremism’: counterterrorism imperative or loss of focus?