Monday, March 12, 2018

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 94, no. 2, March 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Astrid H. M. Nordin & Mikael Weissmann, Will Trump make China great again? The belt and road initiative and international order
  • David H. Ucko, Preventing violent extremism through the United Nations: the rise and fall of a good idea
  • Rebecca Sanders, Norm spoiling: undermining the international women's rights agenda
  • Peacebuilding in an Era of Pragmatism
    • Louise Wiuff Moe & Finn Stepputat, Introduction: Peacebuilding in an era of pragmatism
    • Cedric de Coning, Adaptive peacebuilding
    • Louise Wiuff Moe, Counter-insurgency in the Somali territories: the ‘grey zone’ between peace and pacification
    • Louise Riis Andersen, The HIPPO in the room: the pragmatic push-back from the UN peace bureaucracy against the militarization of UN peacekeeping
    • Katja Lindskov Jacobse & Troels Gauslå Engell, Conflict prevention as pragmatic response to a twofold crisis: liberal interventionism and Burundi
    • Jan Bachmann & Peer Schouten, Concrete approaches to peace: infrastructure as peacebuilding
    • Finn Stepputat, Pragmatic peace in emerging governscapes