1 février 2018

REVUE : European Journal of International Relations (vol. 23, n°2, June 2017)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the European Journal of International Relations (vol. 23, n°2, June 2017) is out.

Ruth Blakeley, Sam Raphael, British torture in the ‘war on terror’  
Ty Solomon, Brent J. Steele, Micro-moves in International Relations theory  
Madeleine Fagan, Security in the anthropocene: environment, ecology, escape

Sandra Destradi, Reluctance in international politics: a conceptualization

Tony Heron, Peg Murray-Evans, Limits to market power: strategic discourse and institutional path dependence in the European Union-African, Caribbean and Pacific Economic Partnership Agreements

Erin R. Graham, The institutional design of funding rules at international organizations: explaining the transformation in financing the United Nations

Bernd Bucher, Ursula Jasper, Revisiting ‘identity’ in International Relations: from identity as substance to identifications in action

Daniel R. McCarthy, Matthew Fluck, The concept of transparency in International Relations: towards a critical approach

David Rampton, Suthaharan Nadarajah, A long view of liberal peace and its crisis

Philip Cunliffe, The doctrine of the ‘responsibility to protect’ as a practice of political exceptionalism

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