International Affairs, a leading journal of international relations, is committed to excellence in scholarship and accessibility in style, combining policy relevance with an academic, in-depth analytical approach to contemporary world politics. International Affairs seeks to be rigorous and original in its analysis and to be a reference point for experts in the field. It aims to address important subjects systematically and to attract exceptional international authors who will provoke argument and debate. Volume 86, Number 3 is guest edited by Paola Subacchi of Chatham House, and Andrew F. Cooper of The Centre for International Governance Innovation (CIGI) and includes contributions from CIGI authors including Eric Helleiner and Gregory T. Chin. More information on this special issue is available at: http://www.chathamhouse.org.uk/publications/ia/archive/
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