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European Journal of International Security - Volume 5 - Issue 1 - February 2020

European Journal of International Security – Volume 5 – Issue 1 – February 2020

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European Journal of International Security

Volume 5 – Issue 1 – February 2020

ISSN: 2057-5637 (Print), 2057-5645 (Online)

The European Journal of International Security (EJIS) publishes theoretical, methodological and empirical papers at the cutting-edge of security research. Welcoming high quality research from around the world, EJIS covers all areas of international security, including: conflict and peacebuilding; strategy and warfare; environmental and food security; economic and energy security; human and everyday security; technology and security; and security governance. The journal is particularly concerned to make connections and build bridges, both between different disciplinary and theoretical perspectives, but also across regional boundaries.

EJIS publishes rigorous, peer-reviewed papers that significantly advance scholarship through original analysis of a salient policy issue, the exploitation of new data, and/or the innovative development and application of theory. In addition to EJIS is also home to occasional high-impact special issues and an annual book review symposium, as well as hosting a regular Junior-Senior dialogue section

CONTENIDO

Editorial
Edward Newman, Jason Ralph, Jacqui True, Karin Aggestam, Navnita Chadha Behera, Jennifer Mitzen, Laura Considine, Jack Holland, Yoshiharu Kobayashi, Nick Robinson, Cristina Stefan

Research Article
‘Enemies of the people’: Populism and the politics of (in)security
Thorsten Wojczewski

Remembering France’s glory, securing Europe in the age of Trump
Alexandra Gheciu

Paths towards coalition defection: Democracies and withdrawal from the Iraq War
Patrick A. Mello

The epistemology of lethality: Bullets, knowledge trajectories, kinetic effects
Matthew Ford

Leveraging towards restraint: Nuclear hedging and North Korea’s shifting reference points during the agreed framework and the Six-Party Talks
Soul Park, Kimberly Peh

Reconceptualising the politics of knowledge authority in post/conflict interventions: From a peacebuilding field to transnational fields of interventionary objects
Anna Danielsson

Addendum
Disinformation in international politics – ADDENDUM
Alexander Lanoszka

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Chicago Journal of International Law Volume 21, Number 1 (2020) ISSN: 1529-0816 @UChicagoLaw @chicagojournals [email protected]

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