12 juillet 2017

REVUE : Review of International Studies (vol. 43, n°2, April 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (vol. 43, n°2, April 2017) is out.

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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