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Winning wars without battles : hybrid warfare and other 'indirect' approaches in the history of strategic thought (Kikimora Publications, 2016) - Working or discussion paper
(2014) - Journal articleThe law of armed conflict has often been described as outdated and ill suited to military conflicts in the twenty-first century. Both academics and practitioners have argued that today’s wars tend to be asymmetric conflicts ...
(2015-07-22) - Journal articleIf the West wants to contain or rout the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, it will have to rely on local allies in some way. The history of modern war suggests three ways in which such cooperation has previously been problematic.
(2015-03-27) - Journal itemThis 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 ...
‘Oh motherland I pledge to thee…’ : a study into nationalism, gender and the representation of an imagined family within national anthems (2015-04) - Journal articleIn this paper we aim to join feminist critiques of nationalism, arguing that beyond understanding nations as imagined communities (Anderson 1983: 6), the symbolic construction of gender must also be considered in the ...