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Regime survival, societal resilience, and change in North Korea
(2014) - Journal item,
The rapid ascent to power of Kim Jong-un, accelerated by Kim Jong-il’s death in December 2011, confirmed hereditary succession as the modal form of political succession in North Korea. ‘Do not hope for any change in us,’ ...
Bug splat : the art of the drone
(2016-05-01) - Journal item,
This review article considers a variety of artworks, including stories, poems, plays, photographs and films, to explore what ‘drone art’ or ‘drone aesthetics’ can tell us about the politics and ethics of drone operations ...
Trouble makers : Laura Poitras and the problem of dissent
(2015-03-27) - Journal item,
This review article considers three works by the distinguished documentary film-maker Laura Poitras: My country, my country (2006); The oath (2010); and the recently released Citizenfour (2014), focusing on the whistle-blower ...
Christians in the Middle East : A new sub-field?
(2010-08) - Journal item,
The topic of Christians in the Middle East appears to be enjoying a growing vitality within Middle East studies. This is not to say that scholarship ignored the subject in the past, but it was rarely seen as an independent ...
Review of Evrigenis' Images of Anarchy. The Rhetoric and Science in Hobbes's State of Nature
(2016) - Journal item,
Review of: Images of anarchy: the rhetoric and science in Hobbes’s state of nature, by Ioannis D. Evrigenis, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2014, 309 pp., £60.00 (hardback), ISBN 978-0-5215-1372-2
Limiting Leviathan : an advice book for rulers? Larry May on Thomas Hobbes
(2015-01) - Journal item,
Review of 'Lone Wolf Terrorism'
(2013-09-24) - Journal item,
China's resource diplomacy in Africa : powering development?
(2014-02) - Journal item,
Law and outsiders: norms, processes and “othering” in the 21st Century : When the Law is more than the law
(Keele University's Research Institute for Law, Politics and Justice., 2011) - Journal item,
A book review of Law and Outsiders: Norms, Processes and “Othering” in the 21st Century, by Cian Murphy and Penny Green