Tuesday, January 26, 2016

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 22, no. 1, March 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Lorenzo Zambernardi, Politics is too important to be left to political scientists: A critique of the theory–policy nexus in International Relations
  • Jonathan Graubart & Arturo Jimenez-Bacardi, David in Goliath’s citadel: Mobilizing the Security Council’s normative power for Palestine
  • Xavier Guillaume, Rune S. Andersen, & Juha A. Vuori, Paint it black: Colours and the social meaning of the battlefield
  • Shahar Hameiri & Lee Jones, Rising powers and state transformation: The case of China
  • Tom Lundborg, The limits of historical sociology: Temporal borders and the reproduction of the ‘modern’ political present
  • Anthony King, The female combat soldier
  • Seanon S. Wong, Emotions and the communication of intentions in face-to-face diplomacy
  • James Brassett, British comedy, global resistance: Russell Brand, Charlie Brooker and Stewart Lee
  • Susanne Therese Hansen, Taking ambiguity seriously: Explaining the indeterminacy of the European Union conventional arms export control regime
  • Philip Liste, Geographical knowledge at work: Human rights litigation and transnational territoriality