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International Studies Review - Volume 24, Issue 1, March 2022

International Studies Review – Volume 24, Issue 1, March 2022

International Studies Review - Volume 24, Issue 1, March 2022

International Studies Review

Volume 24, Issue 1, March 2022

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.


Analytical Essays
Contesting the “Corrupt Elites,” Creating the “Pure People,” and Renegotiating the Hierarchies of the International Order? Populism and Foreign Policy-Making in Turkey and HungaryGet
Fulya Hisarlıoğlu, Lerna K Yanık, Umut Korkut, İlke Civelekoğlu

Contributions and Blind Spots of Constructivist Norms Research in International Relations, 1980–2018: A Systematic Evidence and Gap Analysis
Anton Peez

On the Impact of Inequality on Growth, Human Development, and Governance
Ines A Ferreira, Rachel M Gisselquist, Finn Tarp

Reevaluating Constructivist Norm Theory: A Three-Dimensional Norms Research ProgramGet
Jeffrey S Lantis, Carmen Wunderlich

Can Men Do Feminist Fieldwork and Research?
Keshab Giri

South–South Knowledge Production and Hegemony: Searching for Africa in Chinese Theories of IRGet
Ilaria Carrozza, Lina Benabdallah

Taking Love and Care Seriously: An Emergent Research Agenda for Remaking Worlds in the Wake of Violence
Roxani Krystalli, Philipp Schulz

Here for the Right Reasons: The Selection of Women as Peace DelegatesGet
Elizabeth Brannon, Rebecca Best

The Shortcomings of International Humanitarian Law in Access Negotiations: New Strategies and Ways ForwardGet
Jori Breslawski

The Cold War Origins of Global IR. The Rockefeller Foundation and Realism in Latin America
Álvaro Morcillo Laiz

QCA in International Relations: A Review of Strengths, Pitfalls, and Empirical Applications
Tobias Ide, Patrick A Mello

“Negotiated Coexistence”: Indian and Chinese Engagement in the Global Governance of PeacebuildingGet
Monalisa Adhikari

Conceptualizing the Effects of Polarization for US Foreign Policy Behavior in International Negotiations: Revisiting the Two-Level GameGet
Gordon M Friedrichs

Complexity and Dissonance: Islamic Law States and the International OrderGet
Emilia Justyna Powell

Book Reviews
Origins and Patterns of Informal Organizations for International GovernanceGet
Federica Genovese

E.H. Carr and the Current CrisisGet
Thomas C Walker

Regionalism and the Politics of Identity in RussiaGet
Katsiaryna Lozka

Legal Limits in Exceptional TimesGet
Christopher Thornton

NGOs and States: Exploring National Diversity and Global LiberalismGet
Sarah S Stroup

Forum: A Coup At the Capitol? Conceptualizing Coups and Other Antidemocratic ActionsGet
Jonathan M Powell, Salah Ben Hammou, Amy Erica Smith, Lucas Borba, Drew Holland Kinney …

Winning? The Politics of Victory in an Era of Endless WarGet
Liane Hartnett, Luke Glanville, Cian O’Driscoll, Lauren Wilcox, Alexander Bellamy …

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