Tuesday, November 28, 2017

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 23, no. 4, December 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Jonathan C. Agensky, Recognizing religion: Politics, history, and the “long 19th century”
  • Ann E. Towns & Bahar Rumelili, Taking the pressure: Unpacking the relation between norms, social hierarchies, and social pressures on states
  • Suraj Jacob, John A. Scherpereel & Melinda Adams, Will rising powers undermine global norms? The case of gender-balanced decision-making
  • Matthias Dembinski, Procedural justice and global order: Explaining African reaction to the application of global protection norms
  • Aarie Glas, Habits of peace: Long-term regional cooperation in Southeast Asia
  • Zoltán I. Búzás, Evading international law: How agents comply with the letter of the law but violate its purpose
  • Thomas Richard Davies, Understanding non-governmental organizations in world politics: The promise and pitfalls of the early ‘science of internationalism’
  • Loriana Crasnic, Nikhil Kalyanpur, & Abraham Newman, Networked liabilities: Transnational authority in a world of transnational business
  • Sean Fleming, Artificial persons and attributed actions: How to interpret action-sentences about states