The second edition of IReflect – Student Journal of International Relations has been published. In a double-blind review process over 60 peer reviewers passed their expertise and opinions on 15 submissions. The best four student works are now fit to print. Additionally under the category ‘I reflect’ you can await an interesting interview on the perspective of indigeneity on global politics and an ECPR conference report.
Two articles bring fresh perspectives to conflicts that have received a lot of attention. Hanno Brankamp deals with sexual violence against boys and men during the Congo conflict; Mia Schöb analyses memory-building processes after the conflicts in Columbia with the help of three movies. Christian Küsters sheds new light on globalisation processes through his investigation of cocaine trade. Besides that, Felix Rüdiger’s exploration of German and British debates on a financial transaction tax looks into political processes within the EU.
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