Friday, November 15, 2019

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 95, no. 6, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • ‘Well, What Is the Feminist Perspective on International Affairs?’: Theory/Practice
    • Helen M. Kinsella & Laura J. Shepherd, ‘Well, what is the feminist perspective on international affairs?’: theory/practice
    • Penny Griffin, The everyday practices of global finance: gender and regulatory politics of ‘diversity’
    • Maria Stern, Courageously critiquing sexual violence: responding to the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize
    • Elizabeth Pearson, Extremism and toxic masculinity: the man question re-posed
    • Paula Drumond, What about men? Towards a critical interrogation of sexual violence against men in global politics
    • Sam Cook, Marking failure, making space: feminist interventions in Security Council policy
    • Cristina Masters & Marysia Zalewski, Reflections on the special section, ‘“Well, what is the feminist perspective on international affairs?”: theory/practice’
  • Articles
    • Zakia Shiraz & Richard J. Aldrich, Secrecy, spies and the global South: intelligence studies beyond the ‘Five Eyes’ alliance
    • Michèle Bos & Jan Melissen, Rebel diplomacy and digital communication: public diplomacy in the Sahel
    • Jess Gifkins, Samuel Jarvis, & Jason Ralph, Brexit and the UN Security Council: declining British influence?
    • Wilfred M. Chow, Enze Han, & Xiaojun Li, Brexit identities and British public opinion on China
    • Jonas Gamso, China's ivory bans: enhancing soft power through wildlife conservation
    • Mai'a K. Davis Cross, The social construction of the space race: then and now
    • Dong Jung Kim, Economic containment as a strategy of Great Power competition