Wednesday, May 8, 2019

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 95, no. 3, May 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Anette Stimmer & Lea Wisken, The dynamics of dissent: when actions are louder than words
  • Christian Kreuder-Sonnen, China vs the WHO: a behavioural norm conflict in the SARS crisis
  • Jacqui True & Antje Wiener, Everyone wants (a) peace: the dynamics of rhetoric and practice on ‘Women, Peace and Security’
  • Nina Hall, Norm contestation in the digital era: campaigning for refugee rights
  • Emily Paddon Rhoads & Jennifer Welsh, Close cousins in protection: the evolution of two norms
  • Peter Trubowitz & Peter Harris, The end of the American century? Slow erosion of the domestic sources of usable power
  • Chris Alden & Lu Jiang, Brave new world: debt, industrialization and security in China–Africa relations
  • Håkon Lunde Saxi, The rise, fall and resurgence of Nordic defence cooperation
  • Patrick Bury & Sergio Catignani, Future Reserves 2020, the British Army and the politics of military innovation during the Cameron era