Thursday, August 27, 2015

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 21, no. 3, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Thomas Hale, The rule of law in the global economy: Explaining intergovernmental backing for private commercial tribunals
  • Benjamin Selwyn, Twenty-first-century International Political Economy: A class-relational perspective
  • Andreas Nölke, Tobias ten Brink, Simone Claar, & Christian May, Domestic structures, foreign economic policies and global economic order: Implications from the rise of large emerging economies
  • Christian Kreuder-Sonnen & Bernhard Zangl, Which post-Westphalia? International organizations between constitutionalism and authoritarianism
  • Tom Pegram, Global human rights governance and orchestration: National human rights institutions as intermediaries
  • Gregorio Bettiza & Filippo Dionigi, How do religious norms diffuse? Institutional translation and international change in a post-secular world society
  • Asif Efrat, Professional socialization and international norms: Physicians against organ trafficking
  • Beste İşleyen, The European Union and neoliberal governmentality: Twinning in Tunisia and Egypt
  • Eric Grynaviski, Brokering cooperation: Intermediaries and US cooperation with non-state allies, 1776–1945