Tuesday, March 12, 2019

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 95, no. 2, March 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Mikael Wigell, Hybrid interference as a wedge strategy: a theory of external interference in liberal democracy
  • Trevor McCrisken & Maxwell Downman, ‘Peace through strength’: Europe and NATO deterrence beyond the US Nuclear Posture Review
  • Simon Cottee, The calypso caliphate: how Trinidad became a recruiting ground for ISIS
  • Erika Weinthal & Jeannie Sowers, Targeting infrastructure and livelihoods in the West Bank and Gaza
  • Hassan Ahmadian & Payam Mohseni, Iran's Syria strategy: the evolution of deterrence
  • Roland Vogt, Reputations and the fight against tax evasion: EU pressure and Asian financial centres
  • Richard G. Whitman, The UK's European diplomatic strategy for Brexit and beyond
  • Denis M. Tull, Rebuilding Mali's army: the dissonant relationship between Mali and its international partners
  • Andoni Maiza-Larrarte & Gloria Claudio-Quiroga, The impact of Sicomines on development in the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Andreas E. Feldmann, Federico Merke, & Oliver Stuenkel, Argentina, Brazil and Chile and democracy defence in Latin America: principled calculation