Sunday, May 8, 2016

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 92, no. 3, May 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Richard G. Whitman, Brexit or Bremain: what future for the UK's European diplomatic strategy?
  • Thierry Chopin & Christian Lequesne, Differentiation as a double-edged sword: member states’ practices and Brexit
  • Tim Oliver & Michael John Williams, Special relationships in flux: Brexit and the future of the US–EU and US–UK relationships
  • Matthew R.H. Uttley & Benedict Wilkinson, A spin of the wheel? Defence procurement and defence industries in the Brexit debates
  • Manni Crone, Radicalization revisited: violence, politics and the skills of the body
  • Mikael Wigell & Antto Vihma Geopolitics versus geoeconomics: the case of Russia's geostrategy and its effects on the EU
  • Sarah G. Phillips, When less was more: external assistance and the political settlement in Somaliland
  • Thomas Juneau, Iran's policy towards the Houthis in Yemen: a limited return on a modest investment
  • Yaniv Voller, The Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood and the South Sudan question: reconsidering moderation
  • Amir M. Kamel, Trade and peace: the EU and Gaddafi's final decade
  • Alex Danchev, Bug splat: the art of the drone