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ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2016

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AJR Groom(Hg.), Christian Lequesne(Hg.), ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2016 (24.11.2020), Verlag Barbara Budrich, 51379 Leverkusen, ISSN: 2196-6923, 2016 #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
  • Rauch: The Power of Perception - Democratic Peace Theory and the American Civil War
  • Webber: Declining Power Europe: The Evolution of the European Union's World Power in the Early 21st Century
  • Ronit: Global Employer and Business Associations: Their Relations with Members in the Development of Mutual Capacities
  • Cerny: In the Shadow of Ordoliberalism: The Paradox of Neoliberalism in the 21st Century
  • Review Essay: Chan: A Brief History of Development Studies: An international relations that goes rightly and wrongly, where International Relations dares not go
  • Contributors
  • Review: Pflieger on: Mika Aaltola, Juha Kapyla and Valtteri Vuorisalo, The Challenge of Global Commons and Flows for US Power
  • Review: Rothacher on: Paul Bacon, Hartmut Meyer and Hidetoshi Nakamura (eds.), The European Union and Japan. A New Chapter in Civilian Power Cooperation?
  • Review: Lindemann on: Mathew A. Baum and Philip B.K. Potter, War and Democratic Constraint. How the Public Influences Foreign Policy
  • Review: Steuer on: Hamit Bozarslan, Révolution et état de violence. Moyen-Orient 2011–2015
  • Review: Magnon-pujo on: Oldrich Bures, Private Security Companies. Transforming Politics and Security in the Czech Republic
  • Review: Benraad on: Georges Corm, Pour une lecture profane des conflits. Sur le «retour du religieux» dans les conflits contemporains du Moyen-Orient
  • Review: Zdaniuk on: Jacek Czaputowicz, Suwerenność (Sovereignty)
  • Review: Kratochvíl/Hovorková on: François Foret, Religion and Politics in the European Union. The Secular Canopy
  • Review: Balfour on: Jamie Gaskarth: British Foreign Policy
  • Review: Happymon on: Ian Hall (ed.), The Engagement of India: Strategies and Responses
  • Review: Erforth on: Gunther Hellmann and Knud Erik Jørgensen (eds), Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalized World
  • Review: Kuzu on: Ephraim Nimni, Alexander Osipov and David J. Smith (eds), The Challenge of Non-Territorial Autonomy. Theory and Practice
  • Review: Chillaud on: Philippe Perchoc, Les États baltes et le système européen (1985–2004). Être Européens et le devenir
  • Review: Hagmann on: Patrick Porter, The Global Village Myth: Distance, War, and the Limits of Power
  • Review: Boserup on: Bernard Rougier and Stéphane Lacroix (eds.), L’Égypte en révolutions (Egypt’s Revolutions)
  • Review: Oppermann on: Brigitte Vassort-Rousset (ed.), Building Sustainable Couples in International Relations. A Strategy towards Peaceful Cooperation
  • Review: Rios-Bordes on: Michael Warner, The Rise and Fall of Intelligence

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