Wednesday, November 4, 2015

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 21, no. 4, December 2015) is out. Contents include:
  • Sophia Dingli, We need to talk about silence: Re-examining silence in International Relations theory
  • Taesuh Cha, The formation of American exceptional identities: A three-tier model of the “standard of civilization” in US foreign policy
  • Matthew D. Stephen, ‘Can you pass the salt?’ The legitimacy of international institutions and indirect speech
  • Latha Varadarajan, The trials of imperialism: Radhabinod Pal’s dissent at the Tokyo tribunal
  • Martin J. Bayly, Imperial ontological (in)security: ‘Buffer states’, International Relations and the case of Anglo-Afghan relations, 1808–1878
  • Alexander Anievas, Revolutions and international relations: Rediscovering the classical bourgeois revolutions
  • Werner Bonefeld, European economic constitution and the transformation of democracy: On class and the state of law
  • Laura J. Shepherd, Constructing civil society: Gender, power and legitimacy in United Nations peacebuilding discourse
  • Faye Donnelly, The Queen’s speech: Desecuritizing the past, present and future of Anglo-Irish relations
  • James Pattison, The ethics of diplomatic criticism: The Responsibility to Protect, Just War Theory and Presumptive Last Resort