Volume 90 Number 5 September 2014

10 December 1975: Armed police officers at the scene of the London siege in which Irish Republican Army gunmen are holding hostages in a flat in Balcombe Street, Marylebone. Photo by Keystone/Getty Images.

In this issue

Testimonials

'In the depth of its analysis, as much as in the range of its policy discussion, there is no journal to match International Affairs.'

- PROFESSOR FRED HALLIDAY (1945-2010)

'International Affairs has the best book review section of any journal in the field. Many people subscribe to it for that reason alone.'

- PROFESSOR SIR MICHEAL HOWARD OM, CH, CBE, MC

'International Affairs provides outstanding analysis of global politics. It is a journal that contributes to the foreign policy thinking within any serious political party. As a former Head of the International Economics Programme at Chatham House I contributed articles myself and valued the exposure to an informed and influential audience.'

- VINCENT CABLE MP, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR BUSINESS, INNOVATION AND SKILLS