Politics

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Edited By: Martin Coward and Kyle Grayson

Impact Factor: 0.49

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 106/161 (Political Science)

Online ISSN: 1467-9256

Associated Title(s): The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, Political Insight, Political Studies, Political Studies Review

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A collection of key articles from Politics of relevance to the International Studies Association Convention to be held in New Orleans 18 - 21 February 2015
 
Zombies and IR: A Critical Reading by Erin Hannah and Rorden Wilkinson
 
The Modalities of Iranian Soft Power: From Cultural Diplomacy to Soft War by Edward Wastnidge
 
International Statebuilding and the Ideology of Resilience by David Chandler
 
Resilience as Enhancement: Governmentality and Political Economy beyond ‘Responsibilisation’ by Alison Howell
 
Reflections on Possibilities and Challenges of Discussing Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in Role-play Simulations by Lesley J. Pruitt
 
Engaging the Russian Elite: Approaches, Methods and Ethics by Paul Benjamin Richardson
 
British Public Opinion after a Decade of War: Attitudes to Iraq and Afghanistan by Rachael Gribble et al.
 
 
 
 
A collection of key articles from Politics of relevance to the International Studies Association Convention held in Toronto 26 - 29 March 2014
 
Visual Sociology in the Classroom: Using Imagery to Teach the Politics of Globalization by David C. Earnest and Jennifer N. Fish
 
Six Theses on Targeted Killing by Kyle Grayson
 
Gradual Change in International Organisations: Agency Theory and Historical Institutionalism by Tine Hanrieder
 
Reflections on Possibilities and Challenges of Discussing Sexual and Gender-based Violence (SGBV) in Role-play Simulations by Lesley J. Pruitt
 
Did Russia (Nearly) have a Facebook Revolution in 2011? Social Media's Challenge to Authoritarianism by Stephen White and Ian McAllister
 
Protection, Resilience and Empowerment: United Nations Peacekeeping and Violence against Civilians in Contemporary War Zones by Paul D. Williams
 

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