Thursday, February 13, 2020

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 34, no. 1, March 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Karl Gustafsson, International reconciliation on the Internet? Ontological security, attribution and the construction of war memory narratives in Wikipedia
    • Christian Wirth, Emotions, international hierarchy, and the problem of solipsism in Sino-US South China Sea politics
    • Francesco Giumelli & Filippo Costa Buranelli, When states and individuals meet: The UN Ombudsperson as a ‘contact point’ between international and world society
    • Michael P. A. Murphy, The securitization audience in theologico-political perspective: Giorgio Agamben, doxological acclamations, and paraconsistent logic
    • Nemanja Džuverović & Goran Tepšić, Neoliberal co-optation, power relations and informality in the Balkan International Relations profession
    • Lucrecia García Iommi, Whose justice? The ICC ‘Africa problem’