Friday, September 18, 2015

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 91, no. 5, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • David Martin Jones & M.L.R. Smith, Return to reason: reviving political realism in western foreign policy
  • Stefan Auer, Carl Schmitt in the Kremlin: the Ukraine crisis and the return of geopolitics
  • Luis Simón, Europe, the rise of Asia and the future of the transatlantic relationship
  • Jean-Yves Haine, A new Gaullist moment? European bandwagoning and international polarity
  • Toby Greene, Israel's two states debate
  • Robert S. Snyder, The Arab uprising and the persistence of monarchy
  • Lei Yu, China's strategic partnership with Latin America: a fulcrum in China's rise
  • Scott Fitzsimmons, Just war theory and private security companies
  • Lauren Bruffaerts, A diamantine struggle: redefining conflict diamonds in the Kimberley Process
  • Andrew T. Wolff, The future of NATO enlargement after the Ukraine crisis
  • James Strong, Interpreting the Syria vote: parliament and British foreign policy
  • Jane Kinninmont, Unrest in the Arab world: why the 2011 uprisings still matter
  • Tim Summers, Society and politics in China today