Wednesday, May 9, 2018

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 24, no. 2, June 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Simone Molin Friis, ‘Behead, burn, crucify, crush’: Theorizing the Islamic State’s public displays of violence
  • Kai Oppermann & Alexander Spencer, Narrating success and failure: Congressional debates on the ‘Iran nuclear deal’
  • Ingvild Bode, Reflective practices at the Security Council: Children and armed conflict and the three United Nations
  • Ian Clark, Sebastian Kaempf, Christian Reus-Smit, & Emily Tannock, Crisis in the laws of war? Beyond compliance and effectiveness
  • Bronwyn Leebaw, Justice and the faithless: The demand for disobedience in international criminal law
  • Nadim Khoury, Plotting stories after war: Toward a methodology for negotiating identity
  • Gitte du Plessis, When pathogens determine the territory: Toward a concept of non-human borders
  • Eren Duzgun, The international relations of ‘bourgeois revolutions’: Disputing the Turkish Revolution
  • Martin Coward, Against network thinking: A critique of pathological sovereignty
  • Stephen Michael Christian, Autism in International Relations: A critical assessment of International Relations’ autism metaphors