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ERIS – European Review of International Studies 2/2016

Beschreibung

The European Review of International Studies (ERIS) seeks to be a journal to which those who wish to know what is happening in ‘European’ International Relations can turn. It aims to achieve this goal by an extensive review section of monographs published in European languages and review articles of the literature on substantive themes or significant developments in different European academic communities. Its other principal goal is to publish original articles and from time to time translations of existing major articles not readily available in English.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • BEGINN
  • Content
  • Alles/Badie: SOVEREIGNTISM IN THE INTERNATIONAL SYSTEM: FROM CHANGE TO SPLIT
  • Ruacan: POST-CONDITIONALITY REGIMES, EU-AFRICA RELATIONS AND THE ENGLISH SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
  • Erforth: MENTAL MAPS AND FOREIGN POLICY DECISION-MAKING: EURAFRIQUE AND THE FRENCH MILITARY INTERVENTION IN MALI
  • Montouroy: POWER AND POLITICAL CHANGE WITHIN GLOBAL FOREST GOVERNANCE: THE EU FLEGT ACTION PLAN AS RECENTRALISATION
  • Contributors
  • Review: Charillon: A French touch for strategic studies?
  • Review: Keukeleire/Mueller on: Mario Telò and Frederik Ponjaert (eds.), The EU’s Foreign Policy. What Kind of Power and Diplomatic Action? / Caterina Carta and Jean-Frédéric Morin (eds.), EU Foreign Policy through the Lens of Discourse Analysis. Maki
  • Review: Pérez de Armiño on: Óscar Mateos and Rafael Grasa (eds.), ¿Una nueva era para África? Nuevos desafíos y perspectivas sobre paz y seguridad en África
  • Review: Brun on: Bruno Ayllón, Tahina Ojeda, Javier Surasky (eds.), Cooperación Sur-Sur. Regionalismos e integración en América Latina
  • Review: Grosser on: Timothy Barney, Mapping the Cold War. Cartography and the Framing of America’s International Power
  • Review: Messari on: Michel Camau and Frédéric Vairel (eds.), Soulèvements et Recompositions Politiques dans le Monde Arabe, (Uprisings and Political Realignments in the Arab World)
  • Review: Shah on: Christopher Coker, Can War Be Eliminated?
  • Review: Mallard on: Ariel Colonomos, La politique des oracles: Raconter le futur aujourd’hui (The politics of oracles: Telling the future today)
  • Review: Louër on: Christopher M. Davidson, After the Sheikhs. The Coming Collapse of the Gulf Monarchies
  • Review: Costa on: Celestino del Arenal and José Antonio Sanahuja (eds.), Teorías de las Relaciones Internacionales (Theories of International Relations)
  • Review: Boileau on: Irene Fernandez-Molina, Moroccan Foreign Policy Under Mohammed VI, 1999–2014
  • Review: Berenskoetter on: Susanna Hast, Spheres of Influence in International Relations: History, Theory, Practice
  • Review: Fiedler on: Asmara Klein, Camille Laporte, Marie Saiget, Les bonnes pratiques des organisations internationales (The good practices of international organisations)
  • Review: Tordjman on: Chantal-Nina Kouoh, Diplomates indépendants. Emergence d’un statut. La dynamique des diplomaties non gouvernementales à l’orée du XXIe siècle (Independent diplomats. Emergence of a statute. The dynamics of non-governmental dip
  • Review: Emery on: Anthony F. Lang Jr., Cian O’Driscoll and John Williams (eds.), Just War: Authority, Tradition, and Practice
  • Reinalda on: Reinalda: Chloé Maurel, Histoire des idées des Nations unies. L’ONU en 20 notions (History of ideas of the United Nations: The UN in 20 notions)
  • Review: Keridis on: Nikolaos Papakostas and Nikolaos Pasamitros, (eds.), An Agenda for the Western Balkans, From Elite Politics to Social Sustainability
  • Review: Nowak on: Jacques Rupnik (ed.) Géopolitique de la démocratisation. L’Europe et ses voisinages (Geopolitics of Democratisation. Europe and its Neighbourhoods)
  • Review: Cerny on: Randall W. Stone, Controlling Institutions: International Organizations and the Global Economy

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