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Why ‘jurisdiction’? Determining boundaries in offshore finance
(2018-11) - Journal article,
This article examines the terminology used when analysing offshore finance, specifically the application of ‘jurisdiction’ in this context. The analysis is developed by first explicating the non-sovereign territory and the ...
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 most beautiful of wars' : Carl von Clausewitz and small wars
(2017-02) - Journal article,
Carl von Clausewitz was both an avid analyst of small wars and people’s war and, during the wars of liberation, a practitioner of small war. While Clausewitz scholars have increasingly recognised the centrality of small ...
Supporting the formation of new states and administrations : South Sudan, Kosovo and Timor-Leste
(Routledge, 2017-02-20) - Book item,
Syria’s reconciliation agreements
(2018-02-12) - Journal article,
In Syria’s Reconciliation Agreements, Raymond Hinnebusch and Omar Imady explore how the regime and the opposition interacted with the evolving idea of musalahat or ‘reconciliations’. At first, when neither side could unseat ...
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 ...
Victims of terrorism and political violence : identity, needs, and service delivery in Northern Ireland and Great Britain
(2017) - Journal article,
Terrorism and political violence exist fundamentally as communicative acts; inherently the acts themselves serve to inspire anxiety and fear. As the recipients of such a communicative act, victims of terrorism and political ...
Quantitative approaches in coalition foreign policy : scope, content, process
(2017-12) - Journal article,
This article surveys the quantitative literature in coalition foreign policy. Tracing its development back to what we call the ‘first generation studies’ in Democratic Peace research, we illustrate that its theoretical and ...
World society as a shared ethnos and the limits of world society in Central Asia
(2018-01) - Journal article,
After the demise of the Soviet Union, the five Central Asian republics have struggled to maintain a degree of regional identity within the wider region of Eurasia by combining historical, religious and value-related ...