The latest issue of Millennium is now available! It includes a special forum on private security companies and international relations as well. Click below the fold to see the entire table of contents.

A reminder as well about two upcoming deadlines for Millennium:

Northedge Essay Prize30 January

Abstracts for Millennium‘s Annual Conference23 April

Original Articles

Olaf Corry
Securitisation and ‘Riskification’: Second-order Security and the Politics of Climate Change

Saul Newman
Crowned Anarchy: Postanarchism and International Relations Theory

Scott D. Watson
‘Framing’ the Copenhagen School: Integrating the Literature on Threat Construction

Forum: Private Security Companies and International Relations

Joakim Berndtsson
Security Professionals for Hire: Exploring the Many Faces of Private Security Expertise

Paul Higate
‘Cowboys and Professionals’: The Politics of Identity Work in the Private and Military Security Company

Elke Krahmann
From ‘Mercenaries’ to ‘Private Security Contractors’: The (Re)Construction of Armed Security Providers in International Legal Discourses

Jutta Joachim and Andrea Schneiker
New Humanitarians? Frame Appropriation through Private Military and Security Companies

Book Reviews

Adam Kochanski
Book Review: David A. Lake, Hierarchy in International Relations

Elisa Lopez Lucia
Book Review: Daniel Flemes (ed.), Regional Leadership in the Global System: Ideas, Interests and Strategies of Regional Powers

Randall Newnham
Book Review: Dieter Dettke, Germany Says No: The Iraq War and the Future of German Foreign and Security Policy

Paul Timmermans
Book Review: Michael E. Latham, The Right Kind of Revolution: Modernization, Development, and U.S. Foreign Policy from the Cold War to the Present

Jorg Kustermans
Book Review: Oliver Kessler, Rodney Bruce Hall, Cecelia Lynch and Nicholas Onuf (eds.), On Rules, Politics and Knowledge: Friedrich Kratochwil, International Relations and Domestic Affairs

Benjamin Martill
Book Review: Giulio M. Gallarotti, Cosmopolitan Power in International Relations: A Synthesis of Realism, Neoliberalism and Constructivism

Marek Martyniszyn
Book Review: David Held, Cosmopolitanism: Ideals and Realities

Fernando Cavalcante
Book Review: Charles A. Kupchan, How Enemies Become Friends: The Sources of Stable Peace

Shih-Yu Chou
Book Review: Ado Ophir, Michal Givoni, and Sari Hanafi (eds), The Power of Inclusive Exclusion: Anatomy of Israeli Rule in the Occupied Palestinian Territories; Ian J. Bickerton, The Arab-Israeli Conflict: A History and Daniel Kurtzer and Scott Lasensky (eds), Negotiating Arab–Israeli Peace: American Leadership in the Middle East

Kathryn Fisher
Book Review: Richard Jackson, Lee Jarvis, Jeroen Gunning and Marie Breen-Smyth, Terrorism: a Critical Introduction

Jan Helmig
Book Review: Columba Peoples, Justifying Ballistic Missile Defence: Technology, Security and Culture

Claudia Astarita
Book Review: Alexander Bukh, Japan’s National Identity and Foreign Policy: Russia as Japan’s ‘Other’

Jason J. Morrissette
Book Review: Richard Sakwa, The Crisis of Russian Democracy: The Dual State, Factionalism and the Medvedev Succession

Mabel Seah
Book Review: Steve Fenton, Ethnicity: Key Concepts

Sara Memo
Book Review: Aidan Mcgarry, Who Speaks for the Roma? Political Representation of a Transnational Minority Community

Mehmet Ozkan
Book Review: Samir Amghar, Amel Boubekeur and Michael Emerson (eds), European Islam: Challenges for Society and Public Policy and Ayhan Kaya, Islam, Migration and Integration: The Age of Securitization

Christopher Lamont
Book Review: Adriana Sinclair, International Relations Theory and International Law: A Critical Approach and Marie-Luisa Frick and Andreas Oberprantacher (eds), Power and Justice in International

Daniel White
Book Review: Bryan L. Macdonald, Food Security

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