Monday, February 15, 2016

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 30, no. 1, March 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Rosemary Hollis, Palestine and the Palestinians in British political elite discourse: From ‘The Palestine Problem’ to ‘the Two-State Solution’
  • Nicholas Ross Smith, The EU under a realist scope: Employing a neoclassical realist framework for the analysis of the EU’s Deep and Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement offer to Ukraine
  • Malte Gephart, Local embedding of international discourse: Chile and the international and transnational anti-corruption campaign
  • Stefano Recchia, Why seek international organisation approval under unipolarity? Averting issue linkage vs. appeasing Congress
  • Jamal Barnes, The ‘war on terror’ and the battle for the definition of torture