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Courageously critiquing sexual violence: responding to the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize

6 November 2019 , Volume 95, Number 6 Read online Maria Stern Marysia Zalewski’s work has taught us, as a collective of feminist scholars, to be cautious of neat instruction manuals and coherently set out plans of action; of claims … Continua a leggere

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Maritime security: the uncharted politics of the global sea

4 September 2019 , Volume 95, Number 5 A special section in the latest issue explores recent developments in maritime security and ocean governance. Christian Bueger, Timothy Edmunds and Barry J. Ryan Read online In this introduction to a special … Continua a leggere

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The rule of law and maritime security: understanding lawfare in the South China Sea

4 September 2019 , Volume 95, Number 5 Douglas Guilfoyle Read online Does the rule of law matter to maritime security? One way into the question is to examine whether states show a discursive commitment that maritime security practices must … Continua a leggere

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The dynamics of dissent: when actions are louder than words

2 May 2019 , Volume 95, Number 3 In the latest issue a collection of articles explore how international norms are increasingly contested by both state and non-state actors. Read online Anette Stimmer and Lea Wisken A profusion of international norms … Continua a leggere

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Close cousins in protection: the evolution of two norms

2 May 2019 , Volume 95, Number 3 Read online Emily Paddon Rhoads and Jennifer Welsh The Protection of Civilians (PoC) in peacekeeping and the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) populations from atrocity crimes are two norms that emerged at the … Continua a leggere

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