Saturday, August 12, 2017

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 43, no. 3, July 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Chris Hesketh, Passive revolution: a universal concept with geographical seats
  • Matthew S. Weinert, Grounding world society: Spatiality, cultural heritage, and our world as shared geographies
  • Ryder McKeown, International law and its discontents: Exploring the dark sides of international law in International Relations
  • Stefan Borg, The politics of universal rights claiming: Secular and sacred rights claiming in post-revolutionary Tunisia
  • Keith Smith, The realism that did not speak its name: E. H. Carr’s diplomatic histories of the twenty years’ crisis
  • Björn Jerdén, Security expertise and international hierarchy: the case of ‘The Asia-Pacific Epistemic Community’
  • Mark Beeson, Alternative realities: Explaining security in the Asia-Pacific
  • Steven Bernstein & Hamish van der Ven, Best practices in global governance
  • Michelle Bentley, The intervention taboo(s): Strategy and normative invalidation