We are very pleased to announce that the fourth issue of IReflect – Student Journal of International Relations has been released. In our double-blind review process 23 peer reviewers passed their expertise and opinions on ten submissions. Through this process, we were able to choose four student papers, all of which have been substantially revised with the help of the reviewers’ feedback. The articles in this issue deal with contract farming, international financial markets and the political economy of inequality, the genesis of the Ukraine crisis seen from different theoretical perspectives, and the ‘Changing Nature of International Organisations’.
In addition to these articles, three ‘I reflect’ pieces shed light on Boko Haram, report from a summer school on critical approaches to international politics, and discuss Helen Milner’s new book on the domestic politics of American foreign policy.
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