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International Affairs - Volume 95, Issue 6, November 2019

International Affairs – Volume 95, Issue 6, November 2019

International Affairs

Volume 95, Issue 6, November 2019

ISSN: 0020-5850, EISSN: 1468-2346

International Affairs is one of the world’s leading journals of international relations and one of the few to cover the entire discipline. Founded by and edited at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, it has been in existence for over 90 years and has become renowned for its academically rigorous, practitioner-focused scholarship.

Over the years it has featured articles not only from many of the leading international relations scholars but also from those rising in the profession. This lively and provocative journal will keep you up to date with latest critical thinking on the key issues shaping today’s world. Whatever your level and area of interest, you will find International Affairs readable, informative and stimulating.

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Contributors

‘Well, what is the feminist perspective on international affairs?’: theory/practice
Helen M. Kinsella, Laura J. Shepherd

The everyday practices of global finance: gender and regulatory politics of ‘diversity’
Penny Griffin

Courageously critiquing sexual violence: responding to the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize
Maria Stern

Editor’s Choice
Extremism and toxic masculinity: the man question re-posed
Elizabeth Pearson

What about men? Towards a critical interrogation of sexual violence against men in global politics
Paula Drumond

Marking failure, making space: feminist interventions in Security Council policy
Sam Cook

Reflections on the special section, ‘“Well, what is the feminist perspective on international affairs?”: theory/practice’
Cristina Masters, Marysia Zalewski

Articles
Secrecy, spies and the global South: intelligence studies beyond the ‘Five Eyes’ alliance
Zakia Shiraz, Richard J. Aldrich

Rebel diplomacy and digital communication: public diplomacy in the Sahel
Michèle Bos, Jan Melissen

Brexit and the UN Security Council: declining British influence?
Jess Gifkins, Samuel Jarvis, Jason Ralph

Brexit identities and British public opinion on China
Wilfred M. Chow, Enze Han, Xiaojun Li

China’s ivory bans: enhancing soft power through wildlife conservation
Jonas Gamso

The social construction of the space race: then and now
Mai’a K. Davis Cross

Economic containment as a strategy of Great Power competition
Dong Jung Kim

Book reviews
International Relations theory
The cosmopolitan tradition: a noble but flawed ideal
Alex J. Bellamy

A theory of global governance: authority, legitimacy, and contestation
Merve Erdilmen

Leadership and the rise of Great Powers
Yuanyuan Fang

Governance, law and ethics
Restraining Great Powers: soft balancing from empires to the global era
Hillary Briffa

Sexual violence against men in global politics
Philipp Schulz

Seeing the myth in human rights
Noam Schimmel

Moral pressure for responsible globalization: religious diplomacy in the age of the Anthropocene
P. Sean Morris

Conflict, security and defence
The problem of secret intelligence
Patrick Bury

Defending frenemies: alliances, politics, and nuclear nonproliferation in US foreign policy
James J. Wirtz

The Royal College of Defence Studies 1927–2017: ninety years of preparing strategic leaders
J. E. Spence

Political economy, economics and development
Capital choices: sectoral politics and the variation of sovereign wealth
Marion Laboure

Europe
Alarums & excursions: improvising politics on the European stage
Leonard Schuette

The struggle for modern Turkey: justice, activism and a revolutionary female journalist
Ľubica Polláková

European security in integration theory: contested boundaries
James Dunne

Russia and Eurasia
Central Asia in the era of sovereignty: the return of Tamerlane?
Anja Mihr

Military reform and militarism in Russia
Andrew Wood

Middle East and North Africa
Israeli national security: a new strategy for an era of change
Raphael D. Marcus

Sub-Saharan Africa
A rope from the sky: the making and unmaking of the world’s newest state
Claire Metelits

Brazil–Africa relations: historical dimensions and contemporary engagements from the 1960s to the present
Alex Vines

South Asia
River of life, river of death: the Ganges and India’s future
Eric Watkins

The people next door: the curious history of India’s relations with Pakistan
Tim Willasey-Wilsey

East Asia and Pacific
North Korean proliferation in the Middle East and Africa: enabling violence and instability
Joel Campbell

The great successor: the secret rise and rule of Kim Jong Un
Fraser Cameron

Social movements in Taiwan’s democratic transition: linking activists to the changing political environment
Tim Summers

North America
The sovereignty wars: reconciling America with the world
Arthur I. Cyr

Foreign policy issues for America: the Trump years; Counter-terrorism from the Obama administration to President Trump: caught in the fait accompli war
Tom Watts

The United States Department of Defense Law of War Manual: commentary and critique
David Bentley

Latin America and the Caribbean
A history of infamy: crime, truth and justice in Mexico
Tom Long

Empire’s guestworkers: Haitian migrants in Cuba during the age of US occupation; Black British migrants in Cuba: race, labor, and empire in the twentieth-century Caribbean, 1898–1948
Philip Chrimes

End matter
Books reviewed November 2019

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