Saturday, January 14, 2017

New Issue: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

The latest issue of the Cambridge Review of International Affairs (Vol. 29, no. 3, 2016) is out. Contents include:
  • Rising Powers and Intervention
    • Philip Cunliffe & Kai Michael Kenkel, Rising powers and intervention: contested norms and shifts in global order
    • Anastasia Shesterinina, Evolving norms of protection: China, Libya and the problem of intervention in armed conflict
    • Stephanie C. Hofmann, Barbara Bravo De Moraes Mendes & Susanna Campbell, Investing in international security: rising powers and organizational choices
    • Maíra Siman Gomes, Analysing interventionism beyond conventional foreign policy rationales: the engagement of Brazil in the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH)
    • Charles T. Hunt, Emerging powers and the responsibility to protect: non-linear norm dynamics in complex international society
    • Brian L Job, Evolution, retreat or rejection: Brazil’s, India’s and China’s normative stances on R2P
  • EU Sanctions
    • Clara Portela, Are European Union sanctions “targeted”?
    • Sascha Lohmann, The convergence of transatlantic sanction policy against Iran
    • Mark Daniel Jaeger, Constructing sanctions: rallying around the target in Zimbabwe
    • Kathrin Kranz, European Union arms embargoes: the relationship between institutional design and norms
    • Elin Hellquist, Either with us or against us? Third-country alignment with EU sanctions against Russia/Ukraine
    • Kerstin Schembera, The rocky road of interregionalism: EU sanctions against human rights-violating Myanmar and repercussions on ASEAN–EU relations
  • Articles
    • Mervyn Bain, Moscow, Havana and asymmetry in international relations
    • Jessica Evans, The uneven and combined development of class forces: migration as combined development
    • Marwa Daoudy, The structure-identity nexus: Syria and Turkey’s collapse (2011)
    • Li Sheng, Explaining US–China economic imbalances: a social perspective
    • Adriana Erthal Abdenur, Frank Mattheis & Pedro Seabra, An ocean for the Global South: Brazil and the zone of peace and cooperation in the South Atlantic
    • Dan Öberg, War, transparency and control: the military architecture of operational warfare
    • Aysegul Sever & Gonca Oguz Gok, The UN factor in the “regional power role” and the Turkish case in the 2000s