Friday, December 16, 2016

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 43, no. 1, January 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Jan Fichtner, Perpetual decline or persistent dominance? Uncovering Anglo-America’s true structural power in global finance
  • Holger Niemann & Henrik Schillinger, Contestation ‘all the way down’? The grammar of contestation in norm research
  • Stefano Recchia, Authorising humanitarian intervention: a five-point defence of existing multilateral procedures
  • Christopher J. Finlay, Bastards, brothers, and unjust warriors: Enmity and ethics in Just War Cinema
  • Joanna Tidy, Visual regimes and the politics of war experience: Rewriting war ‘from above’ in WikiLeaks’ ‘Collateral Murder’
  • Lloyd Cox & Steve Wood, ‘Got him’: Revenge, emotions, and the killing of Osama bin Laden
  • Deepa Prakash & Asli Ilgit, More than a feeling: Emotional responses to international criticism in Erdoğan’s Turkey
  • Jonathan W. Kuyper & Theresa Squatrito, International courts and global democratic values: Participation, accountability, and justification
  • Evgeny Roshchin, The Hague Conferences and ‘international community’: a politics of conceptual innovation