Friday, June 8, 2018

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 44, no. 3, July 2018) is out. Contents include:
  • Ingvild Bode & Hendrik Huelss, Autonomous weapons systems and changing norms in international relations
  • Delf Rothe & David Shim, Sensing the ground: On the global politics of satellite-based activism
  • Julia Welland, Joy and war: Reading pleasure in wartime experiences
  • William A. Callahan, The politics of walls: Barriers, flows, and the sublime
  • Nicola Leveringhaus & Kate Sullivan de Estrada, Between conformity and innovation: China’s and India’s quest for status as responsible nuclear powers
  • Gilberto Carvalho Oliveira, The causal power of securitisation: an inquiry into the explanatory status of securitisation theory illustrated by the case of Somali piracy
  • William C. Wohlforth, Benjamin de Carvalho, Halvard Leira, & Iver B. Neumann, Moral authority and status in International Relations: Good states and the social dimension of status seeking
  • Hans Agné, Democratism: Towards an explanatory approach to international politics
  • Jeffrey S. Lantis & Carmen Wunderlich, Resiliency dynamics of norm clusters: Norm contestation and international cooperation