Friday, January 1, 2016

New Issue: Global Society

The latest issue of Global Society (Vol. 30, no. 1, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Contesting and Shaping the Norms of Protection: The Evolution of a Responsibility to Protect
    • Gerrit Kurtz & Philipp Rotmann, The Evolution of Norms of Protection: Major Powers Debate the Responsibility to Protect
    • Harry Verhoeven, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira & Madhan Mohan Jaganathan, To Intervene in Darfur, or Not: Re-examining the R2P Debate and Its Impact
    • C.S.R. Murthy & Gerrit Kurtz, International Responsibility as Solidarity: The Impact of the World Summit Negotiations on the R2P Trajectory
    • Julian Junk, Bringing the Non-coercive Dimensions of R2P to the Fore: The Case of Kenya
    • Erna Burai, Parody as Norm Contestation: Russian Normative Justifications in Georgia and Ukraine and Their Implications for Global Norms
    • Julian Junk, Testing Boundaries: Cyclone Nargis in Myanmar and the Scope of R2P
    • Gerrit Kurtz & Madhan Mohan Jaganathan, Protection in Peril: Counterterrorism Discourse and International Engagement in Sri Lanka in 2009
    • Sarah Brockmeier, Oliver Stuenkel & Marcos Tourinho, The Impact of the Libya Intervention Debates on Norms of Protection
    • Marcos Tourinho, Oliver Stuenkel & Sarah Brockmeier, “Responsibility while Protecting”: Reforming R2P Implementation