New Issue: Review of International Studies

New Issue: Review of International Studies

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (Vol. 43, no. 2, April 2017) is out. Contents include:
  • John G. Oates, The fourth face of legitimacy: Constituent power and the constitutional legitimacy of international institutions
  • John Stone, George Orwell on politics and war
  • Dimitrios E. Akrivoulis, Beyond the hermeneutics of suspicion in the critique of humanitarian intervention
  • Moya Lloyd, Naming the dead and the politics of the ‘human’
  • Luis Cabrera, Dalit cosmopolitans: Institutionally developmental global citizenship in struggles against caste discrimination
  • Josh Brem-Wilson, La Vía Campesina and the UN Committee on World Food Security: Affected publics and institutional dynamics in the nascent transnational public sphere
  • Ronnie Hjorth, State Civil Disobedience and international society
  • Caterina Carta, Gramsci and The Prince: Taking Machiavelli outside the realist courtyard?
  • Benjamin Zala, Great power management and ambiguous order in nineteenth-century international society

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