Volume 43, issue 1 is now available!

Millennium 43.1 coverYou can order a copy of the issue or view it online at mil.sagepub.com.

See below for a list of the issue’s content:

Northedge essay

  • Sebastian Schindler: Man versus State: Contested Agency in the United Nations

Articles

  • Sebastian Herbstreuth: Constructing Dependency: The United States and the Problem of Foreign Oil
  • Jonna Nyman: ‘Red Storm Ahead’: Securitisation of Energy in US–China Relations
    Anthony C. Lopez: The Hawkish Dove: Evolution and the Logic of Political Behaviour
  • Rose McDermott and Peter K. Hatemi: The Study of International Politics in the Neurobiological Revolution: A Review of Leadership and Political Violence
  • Peter Lenco: (Re-)Introducing Deleuze: New Readings of Deleuze in International Studies
  • Kristin Bergtora Sandvik and Kjersti Lohne: The Rise of the Humanitarian Drone: Giving Content to an Emerging Concept
  • Elke Schwarz: @hannah_arendt: An Arendtian Critique of Online Social Networks
    Philippe Bourbeau: Moving Forward Together: Logics of the Securitisation Process
  • Rafi Youatt: Interspecies Relations, International Relations: Rethinking Anthropocentric Politics
  • Ilan Zvi Baron: The Continuing Failure of International Relations and the Challenges of Disciplinary Boundaries

Forum: Religion and violence

  • Mona Kanwal Sheikh and Manni Crone: Introduction: On Sacred or Secular Grounds and How Would We Know?
  • Mona Kanwal Sheikh: The Religious Challenge to Securitisation Theory
  • Cecelia Lynch: A Neo-Weberian Approach to Studying Religion and Violence
  • Manni Crone: Religion and Violence: Governing Muslim Militancy through Aesthetic Assemblages
  • Scott M. Thomas: Culture, Religion and Violence: René Girard’s Mimetic Theory

Roundtable: International Relations as a Social Science

  • Cora Lacatus, Daniel Schade, and Yuan “Joanne” Yao: Introduction to the Roundtable from the Editors
  • Iver B. Neumann: International Relations as a Social Science
  • Chris Brown: IR as a Social Science: A Response
  • Jonathan Mercer: ‘Psychological Constructivism’: Comment on Iver Neumann’s ‘International Relations as a Social Science’
  • Lauren Wilcox: Making Bodies Matter in IR
  • Iver B. Neumann: Response to the Roundtable

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