Volume 42, Issue 2 is Now Available!

Millennium, Volume 42, Issue 2 

Articles

  • Judith Renner – The Local Roots of the Global Politics of Reconciliation: The Articulation of F1.medium‘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: The Crisis of 2008 and the Return of the Past
  • Jean-Louis Durand and Sebastian Kaempf – Re-Imagining Communities: Opening Up History to the Memory of Others
  • Vassilios Paipais – Between Politics and the Political: Reading Hans J. Morgenthau’s Double Critique of Depoliticisation
  • Karen Tucker – Participation and Subjectification in Global Governance: NGOs, Acceptable Subjectives and the WTO
  • Anthony King – The Digital Revolution: Camouflage Uniforms in the Twenty-First Century
  •  Lee Jarvis and Jack Holland – ‘We [for]got him’: Remembering and Forgetting in the Narration of bin Laden’s death

Forum: Hobson’s The Eurocentric Conception of World Politics

  • Torbjørn Knutsen – Western Approaches
  • L.H.M. Ling – Hobson’s Eurocentric World Politics: The Journey Begins
  • Brian Schmidt – A Realist View of the Eurocentric Conception of World Politics
  • Ann J. Tickner – Reading Hobson Through Feminist Lenses
  • Robert Vitalis – A Great Grandson Breaks New Grounds in Critical IR Thought
  • John Hobson – Re-Viewing The Eurocentric Conception of World Politics: A Response to Knutsen, Ling, Schmidt, Tickner and Vitalis

Book Reviews

  • Marta Iniguez de Heredia – Resistance and Challenges to Liberal Peace Processes
  • Isaac Kfir – Trying to untangle the mystery of Afghanistan and Pakistan
  • Laura Sjoberg – Gender/Violence in a Gendered/Violent World

 

Volume 42, Issue 1 Now Available!

F1.mediumThe 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 Approach
  • John Anthony Pella, Jr – Thinking Outside International Society: A Discussion of the Possibilities for English School Conceptions of World Society
  • Alexander Anievas and Kerem Nisancioglu – What’s at Stake in the Transition Debate? Rethinking the Origins of Capitalism and the ‘Rise of the West’

Forum: International Relations and the ‘Death of God’

  • Aggie Hirst and Nicholas Michelsen – Introduction: International Relations and the ‘Death of God’
  • Michael Dillon – Afterlife: Living Death to Political Spirituality
  • Aggie Hirst – Violence, Self-authorship and the ‘Death of God’: The ‘Traps’ of the Messianic and the Tragic
  • Tom Houseman – Auschwitz as Eschaton: Adorno’s Negative Rewriting of the Messianic in Critical Theory
  • Mustapha Kamal Pasha – Nihilism and the Otherness of Islam
  • Nicholas Michelsen – Liberalism, Political Theology and Suicide Bombing

Review Articles

  • Markus Patberg – Constituent Power beyond the State: An Emerging Debate in International Political Theory
  • Matthew Morgan – Liberalism in Crisis: A Collapsing World Order
  • Corey Ranford-Robinson – Cosmopolitanism and Liberal Universalism in International Relations Theory: Moralising Politics or Politicising Ethics?

Vol. 41, Issue 3 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 Materialisms in the Political Sciences’

Conference Articles

  • Daniel R. McCarthy, ‘Technology and ‘the International’ or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Determinism’
  • Nicholas Lees, ‘Structural Inequality, Quasi-rents and the Democratic Peace: A Neo-Ricardian Analysis of International Order’
  • David Chandler, ‘The World of Attachment? The Post-humanist Challenge to Freedom and Necessity’
  • Caroline Holmqvist, ‘Undoing War: War Ontologies and the Materiality of Drone Warfare’
  • Peer Schouten, ‘The Materiality of State Failure: Social Contract Theory, Infrastructure and Governmental Power in Congo’
  • Stephan Scheel, ‘Autonomy of Migration Despite Its Securitisation? Facing the Terms and Conditions of Biometric Rebordering’
  • Renée Marlin-Bennet, ‘Embodied Information, Knowing Bodies, and Power’
  • Hidemi Suganami, ‘Causation-in-the-World: A Contribution to Meta-theory of IR’

Review Articles

  • Friedrich Kratochwil, ‘The Power of Paradoxes: A Review of Badredine Arfi’s Rethinking International Relations Theory via Deconstruction’
  • Claudia Astarita, ‘Exploring Asia: Understanding the Historic Roots of Regional Contemporary Challenges’
  • Anna Dimitrova, ‘The Politics of Recognition in International Conflicts’
  • Fatemeh Shayan, ‘Interdisciplinarity and the Emerged Shift in the Study of International Relations’

Welcome to the new Millennium Editors for Volume 41!

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 media. Many congratulations from the outgoing team.