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European Journal of International Relations - Volume 28 Issue 4, December 2022

European Journal of International Relations – Volume 28 Issue 4, December 2022

European Journal of International Relations - Volume 28 Issue 4, December 2022

European Journal of International Relations

Volume 28 Issue 4, December 2022

ISSN: 1354-0661, Online ISSN: 1460-3713

The European Journal of International Relations (EJIR) is the peer-reviewed flagship journal of the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations (SGIR) and the European International Studies Association (EISA). A joint committee of the SGIR and the European International Studies Association is responsible for the management and success of the journal. In keeping with the wide range of scholarly interests represented by the SGIR membership, the journal is broadly representative of the field of International Relations as it has evolved in Europe (see Aims and Scope). Since the establishment of the journal in 1995, the EJIR has become a major and independent voice in International Relations scholarship. Building on its European origins, it has developed over more than two decades to epitomize cutting edge theoretical debates and theoretically-informed empirical analysis that reflects the best of the global International Relations community

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Hierarchy, revisionism, and subordinate actors: The TPNW and the subversion of the nuclear order
Naomi Egel and Steven Ward

Beyond ethnicity: historical states and modern conflict Marius
Wishman and Charles Butcher

International identity construction: China’s pursuit of the responsible power identity and the American Other
Hoo Tiang Boon

Worldmaking from the margins: interactions between domestic and international ordering in mid-20th-century India
Tobias Berger

The standardisation of transitional justice
Line Engbo Gissel

Complex norm localization: from price competitiveness to local production in East African Community pharmaceutical policy
Peg Murray-Evans and Peter O’Reilly

Power, shared ideas and order transition: China, the United States, and the creation of the Bretton Woods order
Amy King

Why norms rarely die
Sarah V. Percy and Wayne Sandholtz

Disentangling norms, morality, and principles: the September 2019 Brexit rebellion
Anette Stimmer and Jess Gliserman

Do international parliaments matter? An empirical analysis of influences on foreign policy and civil rights
Mathias Koenig-Archibugi and Luka Bareis

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