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Why Don’t the French Do Think Tanks?: France Faces up to the Anglo-Saxon Superpowers, 1918-1921
(2008) - Journal article,
Abstract. This article asks the question: ‘Why have the French not developed ‘‘think tanks’’?’ by looking at the period when such institutions were being set up in The UK and the United States, during the preparation for ...
¿Es eficaz el terrorismo? Consideraciones, problemas y marco de investigación futura
(2016-04-01) - Journal article,
For both intellectual and practical reasons, the question "Does terrorism work?'' is vital. And yet it has largely been eclipsed by other debates within the scholarly literature on terrorism. This article considers some ...
States of sovereignty, sovereign states, and ethnic claims for international status
(2002-04) - Journal article,
Sovereignty is heavily contested by existing states which view the survival of territorial sovereignty as vital to international order and many ethnic groups that see states as an obstacle to their own claims to sovereignty. ...
'Reconstruction' before the Marshall Plan
(2005-07) - Journal article,
The political role of the patriarch in the contemporary Middle East
(2007-11) - Journal article,
The Tory party at prayer? The Church of England and British politics in the 1950s.
(2015) - Journal article,
Feminist Christian realism : vulnerability, obligation, and power politics
(2015) - Journal article,
While Christianity and feminism may seem at odds with one another, both make normative claims about justice and addressing the needs of those on the margins of power. This paper explores what feminism contributes to Christian ...
The impact of the Security Council on the efficacy of the International Criminal Court and the responsibility to protect
(2015-03) - Journal article,
This article argues that the manner in which the Security Council inhibits the consistent application of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and International Criminal Court (ICC) referrals reinforces their power in the ...
Forest jihad : assessing the evidence for "popular resistance terrorism"
(2014-01) - Journal article,
Despite increasing concern over the potential threat from “forest jihad,” there has been no systematic attempt to assess whether such attacks are in fact taking place. Drawing on principles from the geospatial profiling ...
Taking other people’s money : development and the political economy of Asian casinos
(2015-07) - Journal article,
This article analyses Macau’s casinos as an example for accumulation by dispossession, in which they serve to transfer wealth from Mainland China to Macau and the casinos’ foreign investors. They also represent a model for ...