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ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2014

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AJR Groom(Hg.), Christian Lequesne(Hg.), ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2014 (27.11.2020), Verlag Barbara Budrich, 51379 Leverkusen, ISSN: 2196-6923, 2014 #1,

Description / Abstract

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.

Table of content

  • Content
  • Foreword
  • Cerny: Reframing the International
  • Ferguson: The Transatlantic Tennis Match in IR Theory: Personal Reflections
  • Hellmann: Methodological Transnationalism – Europe’s Offering to Global IR?
  • Howorth: The Myth of European Security ‘Autonomy’
  • Inoguchi: Speculating on Asian Security, 2013–2033
  • Jørgensen: After Hegemony in International Relations, or, the Persistent Myth of American Disciplinary Hegemony
  • Lebow:European Voices in IR Theory: a Transatlantic Perspective
  • Lee: European Influence on International Relations Studies in Korea
  • Mansbach: Among the Very Best: A Brief Selection of European Contributors and Contributions to IR Theory
  • Müller: US and European IR Communities and Foreign Policy
  • Neumann: What does Europe have to offer IR? Exogenisation and real-life data
  • Rytövuori-Apunen: Catching a formative moment: Epistemic unity in the European plurality
  • Soutou: A French Whisper Among European Voices
  • Stadtmüller: European Voices in International Studies: What does Europe have to offer?
  • Tiilikainen: The EU’s International Identity and the Construction of the International Order.
  • Turan/Gürsoy: The Role of the EU in Changing the Role of the Military in Turkish Politics
  • Volgy: A Cautious But Optimistic View from the Other Side of the Water’s Edge
  • Contributors
  • Review Article: Eberwein: Understanding the Present – Learning from the Past
  • Book Reviews

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