11 avril 2013

REVUE : Review of International Studies (vol. 39, n°2, April 2013)

Catherine MAIA

The latest issue of the Review of International Studies (vol. 39, n°2, April 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Werner Bonefeld, Adam Smith and ordoliberalism: on the political form of market liberty
  • Seán Molloy, Spinoza, Carr, and the ethics of The Twenty Years' Crisis Y
  • Christopher Holmes, Ignorance, denial, internalisation, and transcendence: a post-structural perspective on Polanyi's double movement
  • Jessica Auchter, Border monuments: memory, counter-memory, and (b)ordering practices along the US-Mexico border
  • Shahar Hameiri, Theorising regions through changes in statehood: rethinking the theory and method of comparative regionalism
  • Peter Haldén, A non-sovereign modernity: attempts to engineer stability in the Balkans 1820–90
  • Ronan O'Callaghan, Secular theology and noble sacrifice: the ethics of Michael Walzer's just war theory
  • Jaremey R. McMullin, Integration or separation? The stigmatisation of ex-combatants after war
  • Doerthe Rosenow, Nomadic life's counter-attack: moving beyond the subaltern's voice
  • Barry J. Ryan, Reasonable force: the emergence of global policing power 

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