Cooperation and Conflict Vol. 55, No. 2, June 1, 2020 was just published.
- Improvising the international: Theorizing the everyday of intervention from the field (Lise Philipsen)
- Greenland’s Arctic advantage: Articulations, acts and appearances of sovereignty games (Marc Jacobsen)
- Rhetorical adaptation, normative resistance and international order-making: China’s advancement of the responsibility to protect (Courtney J Fung)
- A grounded theory of local ownership as meta-conflict in Afghanistan (Andrew EE Collins and Chuck Thiessen)
- Globalization and wartime trade (Tal Sadeh and Nizan Feldman)
- Understanding the gender regime in the European External Action Service (Laura Chappell and Roberta Guerrina)
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