Saturday, June 6, 2015

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 29, no. 2, June 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Roland Paris, States of mind: The role of governance schemas in foreign-imposed regime change
  • Lena Tan, Rethinking the role of ideas and norms in twentieth century decolonization: Constructing metropolitan British identities and responding to Indian nationalism (1929-1935)
  • Ali Bilgic, ‘We are not barbarians’: Gender politics and Turkey’s quest for the West
  • Eugenio Cusumano, The scope of military privatisation: Military role conceptions and contractor support in the United States and the United Kingdom
  • Forum
    • Félix Grenier, Helen Louise Turton, & Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard, The struggle over the identity of IR: What is at stake in the disciplinary debate within and beyond academia?
    • Helen Louise Turton, The importance of re-affirming IR’s disciplinary status
    • Félix Grenier, An eclectic fox: IR from restrictive discipline to hybrid and pluralist field
    • Pami Aalto, Interdisciplinary International Relations in practice
    • Ilan Zvi Baron, IR has not, is not and will not take place
    • Philippe Beaulieu-Brossard, Bypassing the reflexivity trap: IR’s disciplinary status and the politics of knowledge
    • Lene Hansen, Debating the identity of IR: Concluding reflections