Wednesday, November 13, 2019

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 45, no. 5, December 2019) is out. Contents include:
  • Special Issue on Populism
    • Sandra Destradi & Johannes Plagemann, Populism and International Relations: (Un)predictability, personalisation, and the reinforcement of existing trends in world politics
    • Elise Ketelaars, Geographical value spaces and gender norms in post-Maidan Ukraine: the failed ratification of the Istanbul Convention
    • Pablo de Orellana & Nicholas Michelsen, Reactionary Internationalism: the philosophy of the New Right
    • Bice Maiguashca, Resisting the ‘populist hype’: a feminist critique of a globalising concept
  • Articles
    • Faruk Yalvaç & Jonathan Joseph, Understanding populist politics in Turkey: a hegemonic depth approach
    • Sarah Kenyon Lischer, Narrating atrocity: Genocide memorials, dark tourism, and the politics of memory
    • Marella Bodur Ün, Contesting global gender equality norms: the case of Turkey
    • Aula Hariri, State formation as an outcome of the imperial encounter: the case of Iraq
    • Simon Mabon, The world is a garden: Nomos, sovereignty, and the (contested) ordering of life
    • Aggie Hirst, Play in(g) international theory