Thursday, December 19, 2019

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 46, no. 1, January 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Øyvind Svendsen, ‘Practice time!’ Doxic futures in security and defence diplomacy after Brexit
  • Gustav Meibauer, Interests, ideas, and the study of state behaviour in neoclassical realism
  • Linus Hagström & Chengxin Pan, Traversing the soft/hard power binary: the case of the Sino-Japanese territorial dispute
  • Rita Abrahamsen, Internationalists, sovereigntists, nativists: Contending visions of world order in Pan-Africanism
  • Rebecca Adler-Nissen, Katrine Emilie Andersen, & Lene Hansen, Images, emotions, and international politics: the death of Alan Kurdi
  • Jennifer L. Erickson, Punishing the violators? Arms embargoes and economic sanctions as tools of norm enforcement
  • José Ciro Martínez, Topological twists in the Syrian conflict: Re-thinking space through bread
  • Lewis Turner, ‘#Refugees can be entrepreneurs too!’ Humanitarianism, race, and the marketing of Syrian refugees
  • Thomas Gregory, The costs of war: Condolence payments and the politics of killing civilians