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ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2018

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Christian Lequesne(Hg.), Christopher Hill(Hg.), ERIS – European Review of International Studies 1/2018 (2018), Verlag Barbara Budrich, 51379 Leverkusen, ISSN: 2196-6923, 2018 #1,

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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
  • Articles
  • Grimmel: Understanding Courts in Context: On the Embeddedness and Interaction of Judicial Bodies in a Functionally Differentiated World Society
  • Iglesias Ortiz: The Political Dimension and Discursive Grounds of the Global Citizen
  • Mintz/Schneiderman: From Groupthink to Polythink in the Yom Kippur War Decisions of 1973
  • Review Articles
  • Arni/Kotasthane: Assessing India’s Foreign Policy Towards Afghanistan
  • Gilbert: The Road from Anywhere
  • Pomarède: Foucault and the Modern International: Pluralizing IR, power, domination and … Foucault
  • Tafese: Making Africa Work
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Contributors
  • Book Reviews
  • Rosano-Grange: Esther Barbé, Oriol Costa and Robert Kissack (Eds.), EU Policy Responses to a Shifting Multilateral System (Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2016), pp. 246 ISBN 978-1-137-54757-6
  • Thompson: Roberto Cantoni, Oil exploration, diplomacy, and security in the early cold war: the enemy underground (Abingdon: Routledge, 2017), pp. 290 ISBN 978 1138 6929 09
  • Sel: Christopher Coker, The Improbable War – China, the United States & the logic of great power conflict (London, Hurst & Company, 2017), pp. 240 ISBN 9781849048781
  • Erforth: Catherine Gegout, Why Europe intervenes in Africa: Security, prestige, and the legacy of colonialism. (London: C. Hurst & Co. 2017), pp. 320, ISBN: 978-1849046930
  • Stadtmüller: Hubert Heinelt and Sybille Münch (eds.), Handbook of European Policies. Interpretive Approaches to the EU (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar 2018), pp. 398, ISBN 978-1-78471-935 -7
  • Kedem: Robert Jervis, How Statesmen Think: The Psychology of International Politics (Princeton University Press, 2017), pp. 304, ISBN 9780691176444
  • Cabestan: Pierre Journoud (Ed.), L’énigme chinoise. Stratégie, puissance et influence de la Chine depuis la Guerre froide (The Chinese Enigma. Strategy, Power and Influence of China since the Cold War), (Paris: L’Harmattan, 2017), pp. 430, ISBN 9782
  • Guittet: Peter Nesser, Islamist Terrorism in Europe. A History (London: Hurst & Company, 2015), pp. 371, ISBN: 978-1-84904-405-9 [Hardback]
  • Sidani: Alexandra Novosseloff (Ed.), Le Conseil de sécurité des Nations unies, entre impuissance et toute puissance (The UN Security Council: between powerlessness and all mightiness) (Paris, CNRS Edition, 2016), pp. 430 ISBN : 978-2-271-08684-6
  • Dunn Cavelty: Thomas Rid, Cyber War Will Not Take Place (London, Hurst, 2017), pp. 232, ISBN 9781849047128
  • Guild: Wayne Sandholtz and Christopher A. Whytock (Eds.), Research Handbooks on the Politics of International Law (Cheltenham UK/Northampton USA Edgar Elgar, 2017) pp. 608, ISBN: 9781783473977
  • Kurze: William A. Schabas and Shannonbrooke Murphy, (Eds.): Research Handbook on International Courts and Tribunals (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2017) pp. 576 ISBN: 978 1 78100 501 9

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