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Global Discourse is an interdisciplinary, problem-oriented journal of applied contemporary thought operating at the intersection of politics, international relations, sociology and social policy. The Journal's scope is broad, encouraging interrogation of current affairs with regard to core questions of distributive justice, wellbeing, cultural diversity, autonomy, sovereignty, security and recognition. All issues are themed and aimed at addressing pressing issues as they emerge. Rejecting the notion that publication is the final stage in the research process, Global Discourse seeks to foster discussion and debate between often artificially isolated disciplines and paradigms, with responses to articles encouraged and conversations continued across issues.

The Journal features a mix of full-length articles, each accompanied by one or more replies, policy papers commissioned by organizations and institutions and book review symposia, typically consisting of three reviews and a reply by the author(s). With an international advisory editorial board consisting of experienced, highly-cited academics, Global Discourse publishes themed issues on topics as they emerge. Authors are encouraged to explore the international dimensions and implications of their work.

All research articles in this journal have undergone rigorous peer review, based on initial editor screening and double-blind peer review. All submissions must be in response to a specific call for papers.

Publisher: Bristol University Press

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Volume 7, Numbers 2-3, July 2017
Visualizing violence: aesthetics and ethics in international politics Guest Edited by Gabi Schlag and Anna Geis

Introduction to special issue

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Hallucination and intervention
pp. 201-218(18)
Author: Steele

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On viewing: the politics of looking at the corpse
pp. 223-238(16)
Author: Auchter

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Witnessing violence through photography
pp. 264-281(18)
Author: Möller

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The problem of the viewing subject
pp. 327-329(3)
Author: Grayson

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The struggle for the Islamic supremacy
pp. 357-370(14)
Author: Kalout

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Book Review Symposia

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pp. 371-373(3)
Author: Hirst

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pp. 374-376(3)
Author: Holland

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pp. 377-379(3)
Author: Kirby

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pp. 380-382(3)
Author: Dunning

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Response to Reviews
pp. 383-388(6)
Author: Aistrope

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pp. 389-392(4)
Author: Mir

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pp. 396-399(4)
Author: Darwich

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pp. 400-403(4)
Author: Menoret

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Response to Reviewers
pp. 404-409(6)
Author: Al-Rasheed

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pp. 410-413(4)
Author: Kazi

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pp. 420-423(4)
Author: Al-Sumait

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Response to Reviewers
pp. 424-429(6)
Author: Stanley

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pp. 430-433(4)
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pp. 438-442(5)
Author: Ainslie

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Reply to Ainslie, Lemmens and Pettigrove
pp. 443-446(4)
Author: Harris

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