Sunday, May 10, 2020

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 96, no. 3, May 2020) is out. Contents include:
  • Violence, Visuality and World Politics
    • Helen Berents & Constance Duncombe, Introduction: violence, visuality and world politics
    • Manni Crone, It's a man's world: carnal spectatorship and dissonant masculinities in Islamic State videos
    • Helen Berents, Politics, policy-making and the presence of images of suffering children
    • Constance Duncombe, Social media and the visibility of horrific violence
    • Tim Aistrope & Stefanie Fishel, Horror, apocalypse and world politics
    • Helle Malmvig, Soundscapes of war: the audio-visual performance of war by Shi'a militias in Iraq and Syria
    • George Karavas, How images frame China's role in African development
  • Original Articles
    • Ruth Blakeley & Sam Raphael, Accountability, denial and the future-proofing of British torture
    • Lesley Pruitt, Rethinking youth bulge theory in policy and scholarship: incorporating critical gender analysis
    • Galia Press-Barnathan & Naama Lutz, The multilevel identity politics of the 2019 Eurovision Song Contest
    • André Barrinha & Thomas Renard, Power and diplomacy in the post-liberal cyberspace
    • Milan Babic, Let's talk about the interregnum: Gramsci and the crisis of the liberal world order
    • Zheng Chen & Hang Yin, China and Russia in R2P debates at the UN Security Council