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International Studies Review - Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2020

International Studies Review – Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2020

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International Studies Review

Volume 22, Issue 3, September 2020

ISSN: 1521-9488, EISSN: 1468-2486

The International Studies Review (ISR) is a journal of the International Studies Association. It provides a window on current trends and research in international studies worldwide. Published four times a year, ISR is intended to help (a) scholars engage in the kind of dialogue and debate that will shape the field of international studies in the future; (b) graduate and undergraduate students understand major issues in international studies and identify promising opportunities for research; and (c) educators keep up with new ideas and research.

CONTENIDO

Analytical Essays
Varieties of Social Construction
Swati Srivastava

Women or Leaders? Practices of Narrating the United Nations as a Gendered Institution
Ingvild Bode

Reassessing the Cold War and the Far-Right: Fascist Legacies and the Making of the Liberal International Order after 1945
Alexander Anievas, Richard Saull

Populism, Hindu Nationalism, and Foreign Policy in India: The Politics of Representing “the People”
Thorsten Wojczewski

The Rebel Economy in Civil War: Informality, Civil Networks, and Regulation Strategies
Yuichi Kubota

How Norman Angell Reveals the Significance of Marxism and Socialism in Early IR and a Debate before the “First Great Debate”
Ricardo Villanueva

Grappling with Dr. Strangelove’s “Wargasm” Fantasy
Rodger A Payne

The Territorialization of Cyberspace
Daniel Lambach

China’s “Politics of Harmony” and the Quest for Soft Power in International Politics
Linus Hagström, Astrid H M Nordin

Algorithms at War: The Promise, Peril, and Limits of Artificial Intelligence
Benjamin M Jensen, Christopher Whyte, Scott Cuomo

Improving Generalizability in Transnational Bureaucratic Influence Research: A (Modest) Proposal
Jörn Ege, Michael W Bauer, Nora Wagner

Overlapping Regionalism and Security Cooperation: Power-Based Explanations of Nigeria’s Forum-Shopping in the Fight against Boko Haram
Ingo Henneberg, Friedrich Plank

All Hegemons Are Not the Same: The Role(s) of Relational Structures and Modes of Control
Daniel Hywel Nicholls

Empty Institutions in Global Environmental Politics
Radoslav S Dimitrov

Transfer 2.0: Applying the Concept of Transfer from Track-Two Workshops to Inclusive Peace Negotiations
Esra Cuhadar, Thania Paffenholz

The International Trade Regime and the Quest for Free Digital Trade
Shamel Azmeh, Christopher Foster, Jaime Echavarri

What Isn’t a Norm? Redefining the Conceptual Boundaries of “Norms” in the Human Rights Literature
Michelle Jurkovich

Book Reviews
Balancing among States: The Historical and Current Uses of Soft Balancing as a Strategy for Great and Rising Powers
Augusto Rinaldi

Making, Taking, and Breaking in World History
Jared Morgan McKinney

Assessing the Role of Interstate Trust in Asymmetric Dyads
Florian Justwan

Building a Parallel World Order
Spencer L Willardson

The Countervailing Monetary Power of Emerging Markets in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis
Dongkyu Kim

Why Do “Failed States” Exist?
Maurício Vieira

Airlifts, Aid and Armed Conflict in Biafra
Miriam Bradley

A Practice Approach to Border Control in Morocco
Cagla Luleci-Sula

Charting the Reaches of International Law and Treaty Design
David Larsson Gebre-Medhin

Cognitive Evolution: Change, Stability, and International Orders
Fabian Bohnenberger

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