Wednesday, September 16, 2015

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 29, no. 3, September 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Interpreting Foreign Policy: National, Comparative, and Regional Studies
    • Mark Bevir & Oliver Daddow, Interpreting foreign policy: National, comparative and regional studies
    • András Szalai, ‘Essentially sound and fundamental’: Historicizing the logic of deterrence in the counterforce debate
    • Oliver Daddow, Constructing a ‘great’ role for Britain in an age of austerity: Interpreting coalition foreign policy, 2010–2015
    • Elin Hellquist, Interpreting sanctions in Africa and Southeast Asia
    • Falk Ostermann, The end of ambivalence and the triumph of pragmatism? Franco-British defence cooperation and European and Atlantic defence policy traditions
    • Elisa Lopez-Lucia, Regional powers and regional security governance: An interpretive perspective on the policies of Nigeria and Brazil
    • Matteo Dian, Interpreting Japan’s contested memory: Conservative and progressive traditions
    • Ekaterina Koldunova, Russia as a Euro-Pacific power: Dilemmas of Russian foreign policy decision-making
    • Frank Gaenssmantel, Interpreting change: International challenges and variations in foreign policy beliefs as explanations for shifts in China’s policy towards the European Union