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International Affairs - Volume 97, Issue 6, November 2021

International Affairs – Volume 97, Issue 6, November 2021

International Affairs - Volume 97, Issue 6, November 2021

International Affairs

Volume 97, Issue 6, November 2021

ISSN: 0020-5850, EISSN: 1468-2346

International Affairs is one of the world’s leading journals of international relations and one of the few to cover the entire discipline. Founded by and edited at Chatham House, the Royal Institute of International Affairs in London, it has been in existence for over 90 years and has become renowned for its academically rigorous, practitioner-focused scholarship.

Over the years it has featured articles not only from many of the leading international relations scholars but also from those rising in the profession. This lively and provocative journal will keep you up to date with latest critical thinking on the key issues shaping today’s world. Whatever your level and area of interest, you will find International Affairs readable, informative and stimulating.


Front matter


A threat to cosmopolitan duties? How COVID-19 has been used as a tool to undermine refugee rights
Jamal Barnes, Samuel M Makinda

Editor’s Choice
Decapitation strategies and the significance of Abubakar Shekau’s death in Nigeria’s Boko Haram crisis
Isaac Olawale Albert

Becoming a normative power? China’s Mekong agenda in the era of Xi Jinping
Yao Song, Guangyu Qiao-Franco, Tianyang Liu

Bridging the gap between cyberwar and cyberpeace
Joe Burton, George Christou

Somaliland’s authoritarian turn: oligarchic–corporate power and the political economy of de facto states
Claire Elder

Djiboutian sovereignty: worlding global security networks
Elizabeth Cobbett, Ra Mason

Spiritual security: an explanatory framework for conflict-related sexual violence against men
Emeka Thaddues Njoku, Isaac Dery

Counter-insurgency governance in the Sahel
Bruno Charbonneau

‘What have the Ottomans ever done for us?’ Why history matters for politics in the Arab Middle East
Daniel Neep

Conflict and cooperation in the age of COVID-19: the Israeli–Palestinian case
Lior Lehrs

Why NATO survived Trump: the neglected role of Secretary-General Stoltenberg
Leonard August Schuette

Building on open economy politics to understand the stalled EU–India trade negotiations
Louise Curran, Khalid Nadvi, Sangeeta Khorana

Germany’s relations with the United States and China from a strategic triangle perspective
Sebastian Biba

Emerging illiberal norms: Russia and China as promoters of internet content control
Daniëlle Flonk

International NGOs as intermediaries in China’s ‘going out’ strategy
May Farid, Hui Li

International organizations’ responses to member state contestation: from inertia to resilience
Gisela Hirschmann

Book reviews
International Relations theory
Weizhi xianshi zhuyi: yizhong waijiao zhengce lilun [Positional realism: a theory of foreign policy]Xiaodi Ye

Concepts at work: on the linguistic infrastructure of world politics
Aleksandra Spalińska

Governance, law and ethics
Criminalizing atrocity: the global spread of criminal laws against international crimes
Audrey L Comstock

Reactionary democracy: how racism and the populist far right became mainstream
Beatriz Buarque

The world: a brief introduction
Tawseef Ahmad Mir, Anayat Ul lah Mugloo

Public intellectual: the life of a citizen pilgrim
Daniele Archibugi

Conflict, security and defence
Nuclear ethics in the twenty-first century: survival, order, and justice
Milla Vaha

Conspiring with the enemy: the ethic of cooperation in warfare
Alex J Bellamy

New directions in Women, Peace and Security
Marie Migeon

Artificial intelligence and global security: future trends, threats and considerations
Kai Chen

How terror evolves
Jacob Fortier

Political economy, economics and development
The world for sale: money, power and the traders who barter the Earth’s resources
Will Barnes

The great decoupling: China, America and the struggle for technological supremacy
Ramnath Reghunadhan

Energy, environment and global health
Spirit of green: the economics of collisions and contagions in a crowded world
Rebecca Peters

Germany’s role in European Russia policy: a new German power?
Hans Kundnani

Reclaiming migration: voices from Europe’s ‘migrant crisis’
Serena Clark

Russia and Eurasia
Russia resurrected: its power and purpose in a new global order
Nivedita Kapoor

Middle East and North Africa
Sinews of war and trade: shipping and capitalism in the Arabian Peninsula
Eric Watkins

Sub-Saharan Africa
War and genocide in South Sudan
Darryl Stellmach

South Asia
The American war in Afghanistan: a history
Georgi Asatryan, Jack Kalpakian

Peace and conflict studies: perspectives from South Asia
Theò Bajon

East Asia and Pacific
China panic: Australia’s alternative to pandering and paranoia
Andrew Chubb

The Rohingya: an ethnography of ‘subhuman’ life
Shuva Das, Leo S F Lin

North America
Negotiating the New START Treaty
Julia Cournoyer

The long game: China’s grand strategy to displace American order
Todd Hall

Latin America and Caribbean
Latin America in global International Relations
Tom Long

Feminism for the Americas: the making of an international human rights movement
Carolina Caeiro

Back matter
Books reviewed November 2021


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