Sunday, September 12, 2021

New Issue: European Journal of International Relations

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (Vol. 27, no. 3, September 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Stefan Elbe, ioinformational diplomacy: Global health emergencies, data sharing and sequential life
  • Perri 6 & Eva Heims, Why do states in conflict with each other also sustain resilient cooperation in international regulation? Britain and telegraphy, 1860s–1914
  • Kristin Haugevik & Cecilie Basberg Neumann, Reputation crisis management and the state: Theorising containment as diplomatic mode
  • Nicholas J. Wheeler & Marcus Holmes, The strength of weak bonds: Substituting bodily copresence in diplomatic social bonding
  • Thomas Dörfler & Thomas Gehring, Analogy-based collective decision-making and incremental change in international organizations
  • Arthur A Goldsmith, Political regimes and foreign investment in poor countries: Insights from most similar African cases
  • Glen Biglaiser & Ronald J. McGauvran, The effects of debt restructurings on income inequality in the developing world
  • Muyang Chen, Infrastructure finance, late development, and China’s reshaping of international credit governance
  • Jonas Gamso, Is China exporting media censorship? China’s rise, media freedoms, and democracy
  • Kamal Sadiq & Gerasimos Tsourapas, The postcolonial migration state
  • Corinne Bara, Annekatrin Deglow, & Sebastian van Baalen, Civil war recurrence and postwar violence: Toward an integrated research agenda
  • Ludvig Norman, Rethinking causal explanation in interpretive international studies