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(2017) - Journal articleDuring the Second World War dancing boomed. This article, which discusses social dancing in Britain during the war, is oriented towards questions of morale; the “myth of the Blitz”; and the evolution of attitudes towards ...
(2017-10-26) - Journal item
(Makadam förlag, 2017-06-01) - Book itemThis chapter reviews the strategy of neutrality developed by Sweden during times of war between the great European powers. Although the later league of armed neutrality of the 18th century is well known, this chapter ...
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-10) - Book item
(2018-09-20) - Journal articleThe debate on waterboarding and the wider debate on torture remains fiercely contested. President Trump and large sections of the US public continue to support the use of waterboarding and other so-called 'enhanced ...