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Online ISSN: 1468-2346
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International Affairs Podcasts
International Affairs, July 2014
Professor M. L. R. Smith explains what he and his co-author, Mr Jasper Humphreys mean by the 'rhinofication' of SA security. We also hear excerpts from the launch of the July issue at the South African Institute of International Affairs in Johannesburg.
International Affairs, May 2013
Professor Timothy Edmunds discusses the national interest in British strategy-making.
International Affairs, January 2014
In this 90th anniversary issue podcast, we hear first from the Editor, Caroline Soper, on the journal’s role and history; then from Professor David Stevenson (LSE) and Professor Paul Rogers (University of Bradford) on their respective articles.
International Affairs, November 2013
Professor David Hastings Dunn analyses how shale gas and the resurgence of the US energy sector may mean a revival of American power.
International Affairs September 2013
In the podcast, Professor Doug Stokes talks about his article and Sabine Wolf discusses the review section in the September 2013 issue.
International Affairs July 2013
Listen to Michael Keating, Senior Consulting Fellow, talking with Professor Theo Farrell about his article (co-written with Antonio Giustozzi) The Taliban at war: inside the Helmand insurgency, 2004-2012
International Affairs May 2013
Professor Michael Smith discusses his article on the EU and rising powers, and Sabine Wolf presents the book reviews in the May 2013 issue.
International Affairs January 2013
Dr Michael J Boyle discusses his article on the costs and consequences of drone warfare, and International Affairs editor Caroline Soper gives an overview of upcoming issues up until the journal’s 90th anniversary issue in January 2014.
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