Cambridge Review of International Affairs

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Created: 2010-01-06 10:40
Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies
Description: The Cambridge Review of International Affairs publishes excellent and innovative scholarship on international affairs, particularly in the fields of international relations, international law and international political economy. It is committed to diversity of approach and method and encourages the submission of multi- and inter-disciplinary academic contributions from academics and policymakers.
 

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Anti-terrorism and the mutating dynamics of power - Dr Philippe Bonditti

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Anti-terrorism and the mutating dynamics of power examines how terrorism and traceability have altered the traditional modes of governing people.

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Mon 29 Mar 2010


Anti-terrorism and the mutating dynamics of power - Dr Philippe Bonditti

   293 views

Anti-terrorism and the mutating dynamics of power examines how terrorism and traceability have altered the traditional modes of governing people.

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Tue 30 Mar 2010


Beauty and war - Dr Andrew Hill

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What can beauty tell us about war? The paper scrutinises beauty’s role as casus belli, beauty’s status as a target or lure, and beauty’s capacity to offer a means of defence and...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sat 6 Mar 2010


Beauty and war - Dr Andrew Hill

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What can beauty tell us about war? The paper scrutinises beauty’s role as casus belli, beauty’s status as a target or lure, and beauty’s capacity to offer a means of defence and...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 25 Mar 2010


Humanity, Terrorisms, Terrorist Wars - Prof Ted Honderich

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Should we proceed, however, by way of some other thinking or practice? Negotiation rather than violence? International law? Human rights? Just war theory? The politics of reality?

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Thu 25 Mar 2010


Humanity, Terrorisms, Terrorist Wars - Prof Ted Honderich

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Should we proceed, however, by way of some other thinking or practice? Negotiation rather than violence? International law? Human rights? Just war theory? The politics of reality?

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 28 Mar 2010


Intelligence and surveillance in modern society - Dr Julian Richards

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Views on the business of intelligence have varied over time in British society, from romantic images of spies and espionage, to allegations of complicity in torture and the...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 30 May 2010


Poisoned Chalice: The Taliban, Al-Qaeda and the Globalised Jihad - Dr Alia Brahimi

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Dr Alia Brahimi is Global Security Research Fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, where she also runs the North Africa Research Programme. She is a...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Tue 8 Jun 2010


The disastrous and politically debased subject of resilience - Dr Julian Reid

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While the development-security nexus would appear to be becoming only more tightly woven in international relations, semantic shifts in the conceptualisation of both development...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 30 May 2010


The disastrous and politically debased subject of resilience - Dr Julian Reid

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While the development-security nexus would appear to be becoming only more tightly woven in international relations, semantic shifts in the conceptualisation of both development...

Collection: Cambridge Review of International Affairs

Institution: Department of Politics and International Studies

Created: Sun 20 Jun 2010