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The Critical Theorist's Labour: Empirical or Philosophical Historiography for International Relations?

By: Richard Devetak and Ryan Walter
Publication: Globalizations
DOI: 10.1080/14747731.2015.1133527
Year: 2016

Bourdieu, environmental NGOs, and Australian climate politics

By: Matt MacDonald
Publication: Environmental Politics
DOI: 10.1080/09644016.2016.1196968
Year: 2016

 

Light, heat and shadows: women's reflections on peacebuilding in post-conflict Bougainville

By: Nicole George
Publication: Peacebuilding
DOI: 10.1080/21647259.2016.1192241
Year: 2016

¿Por que no les callan? Hugo Chavez​'s Reelection and the Decline of Western Hegemony in the Americas

By: Sean W. Burges, Tom Chodor and R. Guy Emerson
Publication: Latin American Perspectives
DOI: 10.1177/0094582X16658255
Year: 2016

The Securitisation of Migrant Smuggling and its Consequences for the Bali Process

By: Melissa Curley and Kahlia Vandyk

Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI: 10.1080/10357718.2016.1181149
Year: 2016

Diversity, democratisation and Indonesian leadership

By: Morgan Brigg, Lee Wilson, Frans de Jalong & Muhadi Sugiono

Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI: 10.1080/10357718.2016.1153600
Year: 2016

The ‘Bandung spirit’ and solidarist internationalism

By: Heloise Weber & Poppy Winanti
Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI: 10.1080/10357718.2016.1153600
Year: 2016

   

 

Beyond the Bandung Divide: The 1955 Asian-African Conference and its Legacies for International Order​

By: Andrew Phillips
Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI: 10.1080/10357718.2016.1153600
Year: 2016

 

Ocean Encounters: Maritime Crime and Naval Response

By: Sarah Percy
Publication: Survival: Global Politics and Strategy
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00396338.2016.1186986
Year: 2016

 

Two decades later: understanding the French response to the Rwandan genocide​

By: Eglantine Staunton
Publication: Modern & Contemporary France
DOI: 10.1080/09639489.2016.1180508
Year: 2016

Special Issue: Women, Peace And Security in Regional, National and Local Contexts​

Edited by: Nicole George and Laura J Sheperd
Publication: International Political Science Review
Year: 2016

 

Institutionalising Women, Peace and Security in the Pacific Islands: Gendering the ‘architecture of entitlements’?

By: Nicole George
Publication: International Political Science Review
DOI: 10.1177/0192512116629819
Year: 2016

 

Global IR Meets Global History: Sovereignty, Modernity, and the International System’s Expansion in the Indian Ocean Region

By: Andrew Phillips
Publication: International Studies Review
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/isr/viv029
Year: 2016

The Muslim paranoia narrative in counter-radicalisation policy

By: Tim Aistrope
Publication: Critical Studies on TerrorismDOI:10.1080/17539153.2016.1175272
Year: 2016

Sexing the disabled veteran: the homoerotic aesthetics of militarism

By: Federica Caso
Publication: Critical Military Studies
DOI:10.1080/23337486.2016.1184420
Year: 2016

Beyond the ‘Bandung divide’? Assessing the scope and limits of Australia–Indonesia security cooperation

By: Andrew Phillips & Eric Hiariej
Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI:10.1080/10357718.2016.1153601
Year: 2016

The Asian-African Conference (Bandung) and Pan-Africanism: the challenge of reconciling continental solidarity with national sovereignty

By: Joseph Hongoh
Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI:10.1080/10357718.2016.1168773
Year: 2016

Bandung 60 years on: revolt and resilience in international society

By: Richard Devetak, Tim Dunne & Ririn Tri Nurhayati
Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs
DOI:10.1080/10357718.2016.1155201
Year: 2016

Social Media and Counterterrorism Strategy

By: Tim Aistrope

Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs

Issue:  70 (2)

Year: 2016

Radical Dreaming: Indigenous Art and Cultural Diplomacy

 

By: Roland Bleiker & Sally Butler

Publication: International Political Sociology

DOI:  10.1093/ips/olv004

Year: 2016

An Ethics of Global Security

 

By: Anthony Burke, Katrina Lee-Koo, Matt McDonald

Publication: Journal of Global Security Studies

DOI:  10.1093/jogss/ogv004

Year: 2016

The Humanisation of Security? Towards an International Human Protection Regime

 

By: Alex J. Bellamy

Publication: European Journal of International Security

Issue:  1 (1)

Year: 2016

Rising Powers and State Transformation: The Case of China

 

By: Shahar Hameiri & Lee Jones

Publication: European Journal of International Relations

Issue:  22 (1)

Year: 2015

On the History and Politics of the Social Turn

By: Martin Weber

Publication: Review of International Studies

Issue:  41 (4) 2015

Re-imagining Hiroshima

By: N.A.J. Taylor & Robert Jacobs

Publication: Critical Military Studies

Issue:  1 (2)

Year: 2015

Weak States' Regionalism: ASEAN and the Limits of Security Cooperation in Pacific Asia

By: David Martin Jones & Nicole Jenne

Publication: International Relations of the Asia-Pacific

Issue:  15 (2)

Year: 2015

The Effects of Civil Hate Speech Laws: Lessons from Australia

By: Katharine Gelber & Luke McNamara

Publication: Law & Society Review

Issue:  49 (3)

Year: 2015

Atypical Leadership: The Role of the Presidency and Refugee Protection, 1932-1952

By: Phil Orchard & Jamie Gillies

Publication: Presidential Studies Quarterly

Issue:  45 (3)

Year: 2015

The Rhetorical Standards of Public Reason in Australia

By: Ryan Walter and John Uhr

Publication: Australian Journal of Politics & History

Issue:  61 (2)

Year: 2015

Pluralist Methods for Visual Global Politics

By: Roland Bleiker

Publication: Millennium

Issue:  43 (3)

Year: 2015

Explaining Durable Diversity in International Systems: State, Company, and Empire in the Indian Ocean

By: Andrew Phillips and J. C. Sharman

Publication: International Studies Quarterly

DOI: 10.1111/isqu.12197

Year: 2015

Combating Child Sex Tourism in South-east Asia: Law Enforcement Cooperation and Civil Society Partnerships

By: Melissa Curley

Publication: Journal of Law and Society

Issue: 41(2)

Year: 2015

 

More micro than meta? Competing concepts of metagovernance in the European Union

By: Alastair Stark

Publication: Public Policy and Administration

Issue: 30(1)

Year: 2015

 

Why a nudge is not enough: a social identity critique of governance by stealth

By: Frank Mols, S. Alexander Haslam, Jolanda Jetten and Niklas Steffens

Publication: European Journal of Political Research

Issue: 54(1)

Year: 2015

 

Historiographical foundations of modern international thought: histories of the European states-system from Florence to Göttingen

By: Richard Devetak

Publication: History of European Ideas

Issue: 41(1)

Year: 2015

 

Knowing and Doing Between the Academic and Policy Worlds in Development Assistance

By: Morgan Brigg, Jodie Curth-Bibb, Elizabeth Strakosch and Martin Weber

Publication: Journal of International Development

DOI: 10.1002/jid.3068

Year: 2015

 

Undergraduate research and human rights: an Australian case study on human trafficking and migrant smuggling

By: Melissa Curley and Andreas Schloenhardt

Publication: Council on Undergraduate Research Quarterly

Issue: 34(3)

Year: 2015

Revisiting humanitarian safe areas for civilian protection

By: Phil Orchard

Publication: Global Governance

Issue: 20(1)

Year: 2015

 

Astroturf and populism in Australia: the Convoy of No Confidence

By: Rae Wear

Publication: Australian Journal of Political Science

Issue: 49(1)

Year: 2015

 

Managing the China Dream: Communist Party politics after the Tiananmen incident

By: David Martin Jones

Publication: Australian Journal of Political Science

Issue: 49(1)

Year: 2015

 

How proximate and 'meta-institutional' contexts shape institutional change: explaining the rise of the People's Bank of China

By: Stephen Bell and Hui Feng

Publication: Political Studies

Issue: 62(1)

Year: 2015

 

The farcical side to the war on media piracy: a popular case of divine comedy?

By: Trajce Cvetkovski

Publication: Media, Culture and Society

Issue: 36(2)

Year: 2015

 

A global politics of pity? Disaster imagery and the emotional construction of solidarity after the 2004 Asian Tsunami

By:  Emma Hutchison

Publication: International Political Sociology

Issue: 8(1)

Year: 2015

 

Reimagining communities: opening up history to the memory of others

By: Sebastian Kaempf and Jean-Louis Durand

Publication: Millennium

Issue: 42(2)

Year: 2015

  Promoting women, peace and security in the Pacific Islands: hot conflict/slow violence

By: Nicole George

Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs

Issue: 68(3)

Year: 2015

 

Women in parliaments in the Pacific region

By: Diane Zetlin

Publication: Australian Journal of Political Science

Issue: 49(2)

Year: 2015

 

The structural power of business and the power of ideas: the strange case of the Australian Mining Tax

By: Andy Hindmoor and Stephen Bell

Publication: New Political Economy

Issue: 19(3)

Year: 2015

 

Citizen participation, community resilience and crisis-management policy

By: Alastair Stark and Monique Taylor

Publication: Australian Journal of Political Science

Issue: 49(2)

Year: 2015

 

The ideational shaping of state power and capacity: winning battles but losing the war over bank reform in the US and UK

By: Andy Hindmoor and Stephen Bell

Publication: Governmant and Opposition

Issue: 49(3)

Year: 2015

  The Australian Labor Party: problems and prospects

By: Rae Wear

Publication: Australian Journal of Politics and History

Issue: 60(2)

Year: 2015

 

Parliament on "the Wireless" in Australia

By: Ian Ward

Publication: Australian Journal of Politics and History

Issue: 60(2)

Year: 2015

 

Visual cultures of inhospitality

By: Roland Bleiker, David Campbell and Emma Hutchison

Publication: Peace Review

Issue: 26(2)

Year: 2015

 

Beyond the Criminal Justice Orthodoxy? Australia’s overseas aid program and compliance with the trafficking protocol.

By: Melissa Curley and Bethany Holt

Publication: Australian Journal of Human Rights

Issue: 20(1)

Year: 2015

 

Mothers’ perceptions of support in the workplace: a sense of entitlement or resignation?

By: Gillian Whitehouse and Peter Walters

Publication: Journal of Sociology

DOI:  10.1177/1440783314536793

Year: 2015

 

The politics of Australia's Mining Tax: a response to Marsh and Lewis

By: Andy Hindmoor and Stephen Bell

Publication: New Politicial Economy

Issue: 19(4)

Year: 2015

 

Vying for legitimacy in post-conflict situations: the Bougainville case

By: Volker Boege

Publication: Peacebuilding

Issue: 2(3)

Year: 2015

 

Civilising missions and the rise of international hierarchies in early modern Asia

By: Andrew Phillips

Publication: Millennium

Issue: 42(3)

Year: 2015

 

International society and China: the power of norms and the norms of power

By: Ian Clark

Publication: Chinese Journal of International Politics

Issue: 7(3)

Year: 2015

 

Private litigation to address a public wrong: a study of Australia's regulatory response to "Hate Speech"

By: Katharine Gelber and Luke McNamara

Publication: Civil Justice Quarterly

Issue: 33(3)
 

Arguing matters: the responsibility to protect and the case of Libya

By: Katharine Gelber and Tim Dunne

Publication: Global Responsibility to Protect

Issue: 6(3)
 

Waltz, the state of international relations, and theoretical abstraction: Contextualising a legacy

By: Richard Devetak

Publication: Australian Journal of Political Science

Issue: 49(3)
 

Women and weapons: redressing the gender gap: a Danish response

By: Jenny Nielsen

Publication: Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists

Issue: 70(5)
 

The China Fallacy; How the US Can Benefit from China's Rise and Avoid Another Cold War

By: Jean-Louis Durand

Publication: Asian Studies Review

Issue: 38(3)
 

Respostas internacionais às crises de proteção de pessoas: a responsabilidade de proteger e o surgimento de um novo regime de proteção

By: Alex Bellamy

Publication: Revista Critica de Ciencias Sociais

Issue: 104
 

Introduction: the responsibility to protect and humanitarian action

By: Alex Bellamy and Hugo Slim

Publication: Global Responsibility to Protect

Issue: 6(2)
 

The other Asian miracle? The decline of mass atrocities in East Asia

By: Alex Bellamy

Publication: Global Change, Peace and Security

Issue: 26(1)
 

From Tripoli to Damascus: lesson learning and the implementation of the responsibility to protect

By: Alex Bellamy

Publication: International Politics

Issue: 51
 

Changes in the expression of prejudice in public discourse in Australia: assessing the impact of hate speech laws on letters to the editor 1992-2010

By: Katharine Gelber and Luke McNamara

Publication: Australian Journal of Human Rights

Issue: 20(1)
 

The Islamic State's challenge to international order

By: Andrew Phillips

Publication: Australian Journal of International Affairs

Issue: 68(5)
 

Masters of the universe but slaves of the market: bankers and the great financial meltdown

By: Andy Hindmoor and Stephen Bell

Publication: The British Journal of Politics & International Relations

Issue: 17(1)
 

Theorizing emotions in world politics

By: Emma Hutchison and Roland Bleiker

Publication: International Theory

Issue: 6(3)
 

A rival Enlightenment? critical international theory in historical mode

By: Richard Devetak

Publication: International Theory

Issue: 6(3)
 

Global Politics of Microfinancing Poverty in Asia: The Case of Bangladesh Unpacked

By: Heloise Weber

Publication: Asian Studies Review

Issue: 38(4)
 

Bureaucratic values and resilience: an exploration of crisis management adaptation

By: Alastair Stark

Publication: Public Administration

Issue: 92(3)
 

50:50 hindsight: appreciating anew the contributions of Milgram's obedience experiments

By: Frank Mols and Jolanda Jetten

Publication: Journal of Social Issues

Issue: 70(3)
 

No guts, no glory: how framing the collective past paves the way for anti-immigrant sentiments

By: Frank Mols and Jolanda Jetten

Publication: International Journal of Intercultural Relations

Issue: 43(a)
 

Emotions and the social

By: Christian Reus-Smit

Publication: International Theory

Issue: 6(3)
  Reason, statecraft and the art of war: a politique reassessment

By: David Martin Jones

Publication: Global Discourse

DOI: 10.1080/23269995.2014.962351
 

When goals collide: politics of the MDGs and the post-2015 sustainable development goals agenda

By: Heloise Weber

Publication: SAIS Review of International Affairs

Issue: 34(2)
 

Power, Legitimacy, and Order

By: Christian Reus-Smit

Publication: Chinese Journal of International Politics

Issue: 7(3)
 

Bridging the research/policy gap: policy officials' perspectives on the barriers and facilitators to effective links between academic and policy worlds

By: Jenny van der Arend

Publication: Policy Studies

Issue: 35(6)
 

 

Pluralism unleashed: the politics of reforming the Vietnamese constitution

By: Hai Thiem Bui

Publication: Journal of Vietneamese Studies

Issue: 9(4)
 

Taming the City? Ideas, Structural Power and the Evolution of British Banking Policy Amidst the Great Financial Meltdown

By: Andy Hindmoor and Stephen Bell

Publication: New Political Economy

DOI: 10.1080/13563467.2014.951426
 

Not throwing the baby out with the bathwater: a Gramscian response to post-hegemony

By: Tom Chodor

Publication: Contemporary Politics

Issue: 20(4)
 

Peacebuilding made simple?

By: Morgan Brigg

Publication: AIIA Policy Commentary

 

Culture, “Relationality”, and Global Cooperation

By: Morgan Brigg

Publication: Global Cooperation Research Papers

Issue: 6