Tuesday, July 16, 2019

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 95, no. 4, July 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Re-visioning war and the state in the twenty-first century
    • Tracey German, Introduction: re-visioning war and the state in the twenty-first century
    • Warren Chin, Technology, war and the state: past, present and future
    • James J. Wirtz, Nuclear disarmament and the end of the chemical weapons ‘system of restraint’
    • Matthew Uttley, Benedict Wilkinson, & Armida van Rij, A power for the future? Global Britain and the future character of conflict
    • Bettina Renz, Russian responses to the changing character of war
    • Harsh V. Pant & Kartik Bommakanti, India's national security: challenges and dilemmas
    • Maryanne Kelton, Michael Sullivan, Emily Bienvenue, & Zac Rogers, Australia, the utility of force and the society-centric battlespace
    • Alice Pannier & Olivier Schmitt, To fight another day: France between the fight against terrorism and future warfare
    • Peter Viggo Jakobsen & Sten Rynning, Denmark: happy to fight, will travel