4 juin 2017

REVUE : European Journal of International Relations (vol. 23, n°1, March 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (vol. 23, n°1, March 2017) is out.

Audra Mitchell, Is IR going extinct? 
Kavi Joseph Abraham & Yehonatan Abramson, A pragmatist vocation for International Relations: The (global) public and its problems 
Jonathan Luke Austin, We have never been civilized: Torture and the materiality of world political binaries 
Chengxin Pan & Oliver Turner, Neoconservatism as discourse: Virtue, power and US foreign policy 
Catherine Baker, The ‘gay Olympics’? The Eurovision Song Contest and the politics of LGBT/European belonging 
Rahel Kunz & Julia Maisenbacher, Women in the neighbourhood: Reinstating the European Union’s civilising mission on the back of gender equality promotion? 
Robin Dunford, Peasant activism and the rise of food sovereignty: Decolonising and democratising norm diffusion? 
McKenzie F. Johnson, Institutional change in a conflict setting: Afghanistan’s Environment Law 
Yagil Levy, Control from within: How soldiers control the military 
Daniel C. Thomas, Beyond identity: Membership norms and regional organization

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