Millennium, Volume 42, Issue 2 Articles Judith Renner – The Local Roots of the Global Politics of Reconciliation: The Articulation of ‘Reconciliation’ as an Empty Universal in the South African Transition to Democracy Jeremy Green – Beyond Coxian Historicism: Nineteenth Century World Order and the Promise of Uneven and Combined Development Amin Samman – Making Global Financial History: […]Read more "Volume 42, Issue 2 is Now Available!"
The first issue of Millennium Vol. 42 is now available online. Contributions include: Articles David Chandler – ‘Human-Centred’ Development? Rethinking ‘Freedom’ and ‘Agency’ in Discourses of International Development Gerard van der Ree – The Politics of Scientific Representation in International Relations Mai’a K. Davis Cross – The Military Dimension of European Security: An Epistemic Community […]Read more "Volume 42, Issue 1 Now Available!"
Millennium, Volume 41, Issue 3 Keynote Address William E. Connolly, ‘The ‘New Materialism’ and the Fragility of Things Keynotes Andrew Barry, ‘The Translation Zone: Between Actor-Network Theory and International Relations’ Erica Cudworth and Stephen Hobden, ‘Of Parts and Wholes: International Relations Beyond the Human’ Diana Cole, ‘Agentic Capacities and Capacious Historical Materialism: Thinking with New […]Read more "Vol. 41, Issue 3 Now Available!"
In memory of Kenneth N. Waltz, Millennium makes available his text of a lecture given at the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1993 and which was published by this journal. Kenneth N. Waltz, ‘The New World Order’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 187-95.Read more "Kenneth N. Waltz (1923-2013)"
Paul Kenton, Millennium Skyline We are proud to introduce the new Millennium Editorial Team for Volume 41 (2011-2012): Eddie Arghand, Maria Fotou and Nick Srnicek were elected by the Editorial Board yesterday on the basis of their conference proposal on ‘Materialism and World Politics’, as well as on ideas to improve Millennium’s use of social […]Read more "Welcome to the new Millennium Editors for Volume 41!"