See below for a list of the issue’s content:
- Diana Panke: Lock-in Strategies in International Negotiations: The Deconstruction of Bargaining Power
- Astrid H.M. Nordin and Dan Öberg: Targeting the Ontology of War: From Clausewitz to Baudrillard
- Hikaru Yamashita: New Humanitarianism and Changing Logics of the Political in International Relations
- Chi-hung Wei: Engaging a State that Resists Sanctions Pressure: US Policy toward China, 1992−1994
- Nick Robinson: Have You Won the War on Terror? Military Videogames and the State of American Exceptionalism
- Luis Cabrera: Global Government and the Sources of Globoscepticism
- Tim Di Muzio: The Plutonomy of the 1%: Dominant Ownership and Conspicuous Consumption in the New Gilded Age
- Tami Amanda Jacoby: A Theory of Victimhood: Politics, Conflict and the Construction of Victim-based Identity
- Peter J. Verovšek: Expanding Europe through Memory: The Shifting Content of the Ever-Salient Past
- Mano Toth: The Myth of the Politics of Regret
Ian Klinke: European Integration Studies and the European Union’s Eastern Gaze
Forum: Global Governance in the Interregnum
- Tom Pegram and Michele Acuto: Introduction: Global Governance in the Interregnum
- Matthias Hofferberth: Mapping the Meanings of Global Governance: A Conceptual Reconstruction of a Floating Signifier
- Tom Pegram: Governing Relationships: The New Architecture in Global Human Rights Governance
- Madeline Carr: Power Plays in Global Internet Governance
- Maximilian Mayer and Michele Acuto: The Global Governance of Large Technical Systems
- Philipp Pattberg and Oscar Widerberg: Theorising Global Environmental Governance: Key Findings and Future Questions
- Alexander Brand: The (BR)IC Way: An Alternative Path to Development?
- Michael E. Newell: The Post-9/11 World and Change in Law, Ethics and Armed Conflict
- Darius A’Zami: ‘China in Africa’: From Under-researched to Under-theorised?
Responses to Matthias Kranke review article
- Stuart Shields, Ian Bruff, and Huw Macartney: Critical International Political Economy and the Importance of Dissensus
- Jacqueline Best and Matthew Paterson: Towards a Cultural Political Economy – Not a Cultural IPE
- Matthias Kranke: Of Gardens and Gates in (International) Political Economy: A Rejoinder
Responses to Iver Neumann’s Inaugural
- Charlotte Epstein: Minding the Brain: IR as a Science?
- Dominic D.P. Johnson: Survival of the Disciplines: Is International Relations Fit for the New Millennium?