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Conceptualising ‘success’ with those convicted of terrorism offences : aims, methods, and barriers to reintegration
(2015) - Journal article,
Despite an increasing need to understand the aims of work with ex-prisoners convicted of terrorism offences, the knowledge base remains underdeveloped. Notwithstanding this limited theoretical and empirical foundation, ...
The Kumtor gold mine and the rise of resource nationalism in Kyrgyzstan
(George Washington University, Central Asia Program, 2015-08-21) - Working or discussion paper,
Kyrgyzstan’s mining sector has become the battleground on which a number of players, namely the government, the opposition, local communities, and transnational corporations, defend their interests. No other site illustrates ...
Peace without social reconciliation? Understanding the trial of Generals Ríos Montt and Rodriguez Sánchez in the wake of Guatemala’s genocide
(2016-07-28) - Journal article,
This article argues that the legal trial against Generals Efraín Ríos Montt and José Mauricio Rodriguez Sánchez for genocide and crimes against humanity has evidenced the interplay between the complex factors shaping ...
Introduction: : Independence, global entanglement and the co-production of sovereignty
(2017-07-18) - Journal article,
This article introduces a special issue, exploring some of the themes that tie the articles together and relevant conceptual issues
The #LondonIsOpen campaign : desecuritizing Brexit?
(E-International Relations, 2017-06-21) - Journal article,
The rise of Jobbik, populism, and the symbolic politics of illiberalism in contemporary Hungary
(2015) - Journal article,
The Making of a Global Economic Player? An Appraisal of South Korea's Role in Myanmar
(Korea Economic Institute of America, 2017-02-16) - Working or discussion paper,
Suddenly and unexpectedly, a er several decades as Asia’s backwater and basket case of interna onal development, Myanmar was thrust to the center stage of international attention in 2011. The country’s political opening ...
Drowning the Greek economy : injurious speech and sovereign debt
(2017-10-30) - Journal article,
Drawing on Judith Butler’s concept of injurious speech, this article conceptualises the ‘Grexit’ crisis as a series of performances. More specifically, we investigate how the Greek government framed the bailout plans tabled ...
Preserving power after empire : the credibility trap and France's intervention in Chad, 1968-72
(2018-09-20) - Journal article,
France’s 1968–72 intervention in Chad constitutes a forgotten turning point in the Fifth Republic’s foreign relations. Interconnected institutions and treaties gave France a disproportionate influence over its African ...
To be or not to be a state? Role contestation in the debate over Scottish Independence
(Routledge, 2016-05-11) - Book item,