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New Issue: International Relations

New Issue: International Relations

The latest issue of International Relations (Vol. 31, no. 1, March 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • Articles
    • Diana Panke, The institutional design of the United Nations General Assembly: an effective equalizer?
    • Matti Jutila, New national organization of Europe: nationalism and minority rights after the end of the Cold War
    • Deniz Kuru, Who f(o)unded IR: American philanthropies and the discipline of International Relations in Europe
  • Forum
    • Ken Booth & Milja Kurki, Editors’ introduction: Rethinking International Relations – again
    • David L Blaney & Arlene B Tickner, International Relations in the prison of colonial modernity
    • Laura J Shepherd, Whose international is it anyway? Women’s peace activists as International Relations theorists
    • Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, Out of one prison, into another? Comments on Rosenberg
    • Stephen G Brooks, Distinguishing a minimalist role for grand theorizing
    • Justin Rosenberg, The elusive international

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