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International Studies Review - Volume 22, Issue 4, December 2020

International Studies Review – Volume 22, Issue 4, December 2020

International Studies Review

International Studies Review

Volume 22, Issue 4, December 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
Collaboration Networks in Conference Diplomacy: The Case of the Nonproliferation Regime
Michal Onderco

Change in International Society: How Not to Recreate the “First Debate” of International Relations
Charlotta Friedner Parrat

Against Sovereignty in Cyberspace
Milton L Mueller

Microlevel Security after Armed Conflict: A New Framework for Analyzing Risks and Benefits of Peacebuilding Processes
Holly L Guthrey

Moving Global IR Forward—A Road Map
Maiken Gelardi

Changing Motivations or Capabilities? Migration Deterrence in the Global Context
Jonathan Kent, Kelsey P Norman, Katherine H Tennis

Institutional Habitus, State identity, and China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Dylan M H Loh

Is Global Governance Fragmented, Polycentric, or Complex? The State of the Art of the Network Approach
Rakhyun E Kim

Ontological Counter-securitization in Asymmetric Power Relations: Lessons from Israel
Amal Jamal

Blinkered Learning, Blinkered Theory: How Histories in Textbooks Parochialize IR
Brieg Powel

Book Reviews
How Does Globalization Benefit Americans?
Jiayi Zhang

Theorizing Diplomacy?
Andreas Pacher

Competition for Hearts and Minds: Cold War Public Diplomacy
Kadir Jun Ayhan

Rivalries and Chaos: The Religious Wars in the Middle East
Torbjørn L Knutsen

The Key to Political Success of Rebel Groups
İ Aytaç Kadioğlu

The Future of Humanitarian Intervention
Linda Monsees

How to Get Bogged Down in a Civil War
Giuseppe Spatafora

Treading Lightly: External Threats, Domestic Opposition, and Regime Survival in Gulf Host Nations
Charmaine N Willis

The Effectiveness of Environmental Provisions in US Trade Agreements
Ida Bastiaens

To Settle or Not to Settle? State Expansion and Civilian Settlement Projects after 1960
Nathaniel Shils

International Order as Threat Management
Stephen A Kocs

The Forum
Forum: Complex Systems and International Governance
Amandine Orsini, Philippe Le Prestre, Peter M Haas, Malte Brosig, Philipp Pattberg …

Forum: Coding in Tongues: Developing Non-English Coding Schemes for Leadership Profiling
Klaus Brummer, Michael D Young, Özgur Özdamar, Sercan Canbolat, Consuelo Thiers …

Corrigendum
Corrigendum to “Coding in Tongues: Developing Non-English Coding Schemes for Leadership Profiling”
Klaus Brummer, Michael D Young, Özgur Özdamar, Sercan Canbolat, Consuelo Thiers

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