Monday, February 29, 2016

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 42, no. 2, April 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Anna Holzscheiter, Representation as power and performative practice: Global civil society advocacy for working children
  • Amin Samman, Conjuring the spirit of multilateralism: Histories of crisis management during the ‘great credit crash’
  • Andrew Davenport, The international and the limits of history
  • Linus Hagström & Ulv Hanssen, War is peace: the rearticulation of ‘peace’ in Japan’s China discourse
  • Jong Kun Choi, Crisis stability or general stability? Assessing Northeast Asia’s absence of war and prospects for liberal transition
  • Alan Bloomfield, Norm antipreneurs and theorising resistance to normative change
  • Mervyn Frost & Silviya Lechner, Two conceptions of international practice: Aristotelian praxis or Wittgensteinian language-games?
  • Deniz Kuru, Historicising Eurocentrism and anti-Eurocentrism in IR: A revisionist account of disciplinary self-reflexivity
  • Cornelius Friesendorf, Police assistance as foreign policy: Explaining donor practices