Wednesday, May 11, 2022

New Issue: International Affairs

The latest issue of International Affairs (Vol. 98, no. 3, May 2022) is out. Contents include:
  • J Luis Rodriguez & Elizabeth Mendenhall, Nuclear weapon-free zones and the issue of maritime transit in Latin America
  • Clare Wenham, Mark Eccleston-Turner, & Maike Voss, The futility of the pandemic treaty: caught between globalism and statism
  • Yaniv Voller, Rethinking armed groups and order: Syria and the rise of militiatocracies
  • Jason Stearns, Involution and symbiosis: the self-perpetuating conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Jessica Anania, Transitional justice and the ongoing exclusion of sexual exploitation and abuse by international intervenors
  • Dong Jin Kim & Andrew Ikhyun Kim, Global health diplomacy and North Korea in the COVID-19 era
  • Isabel Bramsen, Transformative diplomacy? Micro-sociological observations from the Philippine peace talks
  • Christian Downie, How do informal international organizations govern? The G20 and orchestration
  • Michael Gentile & Martin Kragh, The 2020 Belarusian presidential election and conspiracy theories in the Russo-Ukrainian conflict
  • Adam B Lerner, Pathological nationalism? The legacy of crowd psychology in international theory
  • Yuka Kobayashi & Josephine King, Myanmar's strategy in the China–Myanmar Economic Corridor: a failure in hedging?
  • Giulio Pugliese, Francesca Ghiretti, & Aurelio Insisa, Italy's embrace of the Belt and Road Initiative: populist foreign policy and political marketing
  • Vincent K L Chang, China's new historical statecraft: reviving the Second World War for national rejuvenation