Friday, May 15, 2020

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 26, no. 2, June 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Seán Molloy, Realism and reflexivity: Morgenthau, academic freedom and dissent
  • Michael D Cohen & Aaron Rapport, Strategic surprise, nuclear proliferation and US foreign policy
  • Maja Spanu, The hierarchical society: the politics of self-determination and the constitution of new states after 1919
  • Freya Irani, Beyond de jure and de facto boundaries: tracing the imperial geographies of US law
  • Christopher Murray, Imperial dialectics and epistemic mapping: From decolonisation to anti-Eurocentric IR
  • Giovanni Mantilla, Social pressure and the making of wartime civilian protection rules
  • Pablo de Orellana, Retrieving how diplomacy writes subjects, space and time: a methodological contribution
  • Ivan Bakalov, Setting soft power in motion: towards a dynamic conceptual framework
  • Terry Macdonald & Kate Macdonald, Towards a ‘pluralist’ world order: creative agency and legitimacy in global institutions
  • Sidra Hamidi, Law as discursive resource: the politics of the nuclear/non-nuclear distinction in the Non-Proliferation Treaty
  • Sean Yom, Roles, identity, and security: foreign policy contestation in monarchical Kuwait
  • Miguel Otero-Iglesias & Manuel Weissenegger, Motivations, security threats and geopolitical implications of Chinese investment in the EU energy sector: the case of CDP Reti