Thursday, September 8, 2016

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 30, no. 3, September 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue: Critical Perspectives on the Responsibility to Protect: BRICS and Beyond
    • Gareth Evans, Foreword
    • Charles E Ziegler, Critical perspectives on the Responsibility to Protect: BRICS and beyond
    • Charles Cater & David M Malone, The origins and evolution of Responsibility to Protect at the UN
    • Benjamin N Schiff, Can the International Criminal Court contribute to the Responsibility to Protect?
    • Timothy William Waters, The spear point and the ground beneath: territorial constraints on the logic of Responsibility to Protect
    • Vitaly Kozyrev, Harmonizing ‘Responsibility to Protect’: China’s vision of a post-sovereign world
    • Charles E Ziegler, Russia on the rebound: using and misusing the Responsibility to Protect
    • Sumit Ganguly, India and the Responsibility to Protect
    • Oliver Stuenkel, Brazil and Responsibility to Protect: a case of agency and norm entrepreneurship in the Global South
    • Karen Smith, South Africa and the Responsibility to Protect: from champion to sceptic