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Last updated August 15 2022


Gallagher A. 2022. An International Responsibility to Develop in order to Protect? A Responsibility too Far. Journal of International Relations and Development. Online First. 

Gallagher, A (2022) Written evidence to UK House of Commons International Development Committee Inquiry on Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach. Published February 2022.

Gallagher A, Lawrinson B. and Hunt, C.T. 2022. Colliding Norm Clusters: Protection of Civilians, Responsibility to Protect, and Counterterrorism in Mali. Global Responsibility to Protect. 

Gallagher A, Hunt, C.T. and Lawrinson, B. 2022. One Crisis, Multiple Norms: Strengthening Human Protection in Mali and the Sahel. International Peace Institute.

Illingworth, Richard (2022) An R2P Commission: A Proposal for Holding States Accountable to Their Responsibility to Protect, Global Studies Quarterly, 2/1. Online First.

Lawrinson, B. (2022) The limits of state-led norm entrepreneurship: The United Kingdom and the Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative (PSVI)The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. Online First.

Lawrinson, B. (2022) Written evidence to UK House of Commons International Development Committee Inquiry on Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach. Published February 2022.

Maulana, Zain and Newman, Edward (2022) ‘Contesting the ‘Responsibility to Protect’ in Southeast Asia: Rejection or Normative Resistance?’, Global Responsibility to Protect. Online First.

McKay, G. (2022) Written evidence to UK House of Commons International Development Committee Inquiry on Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach. Published February 2022.

Souter, J. (2022) Asylum as Reparation: Refuge and Responsibility for the Harms of Displacement (Palgrave Macmillan).

Willis, B. (2022) Written evidence to UK House of Commons International Development Committee Inquiry on Promoting dialogue and preventing atrocities: the UK government approach. Published February 2022.


Gallagher A (2021) To name and shame or not, and if so, how? A pragmatic analysis of naming and shaming the Chinese government over mass atrocity crimes against the Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities in Xinjiang. Journal of Global Security Studies. Online First.

Gallagher A and Docherty B (2021) What role[s] do expectations play in norm dynamics?. International Politics. Online First.

Gallagher A and Wheeler NJ (2021) Trust or Perish? The Responsibility to Protect and Use of Force in a Changing World Order. Ethics & International Affairs. 35(2), pp. 181 - 195.

Jacob C, Gallagher A and Hunt CT (2021) Pursuing Accountability and Protection for the Uighur and Muslim Minorities in China. Global Responsibility to Protect. 13(1), pp. 5-8.

Newman E (2021) Exploring the UK's Doctrine of Humanitarian Intervention. International Peacekeeping. Online First.

Newman (2021) Covid-19: A Human Security Analysis. Global Society. Online First.

Stefan CG (2021) The Responsibility to Protect: Locating Norm EntrepreneurshipEthics & International Affairs. 35(2), pp.197-211.

Stefan CG (2021) Preventing atrocities: How together we can take on this global challengeWorld Changers: Celebrating Impactful Research.

Stefan CG. 2021. Opportunity for Gendering the Responsibility to Protect Agenda at the United Nations? Global Studies Quarterly. 1(3)

Stefan CG. 2021. Lessons in Atrocity Prevention: A Closer Look at Guinea. Journal of International Peacekeeping. 24(3-4), pp. 367-401.


Bohm A and Brown GW (2020) R2P and Prevention: The International Community and Its Role in the Determinants of Mass Atrocity. Global Responsibility to Protect. 13(1), pp.60-95.

Berger L and Gallagher A (2020) Shared values or shared interests? Arab publics and intervention in Syria. Politics. Online First.

Docherty B, Mathieu X and Ralph J (2020). 'R2P and the Arab Spring. Norm Localisation and the US response to the early Syria crisis'. Global Responsibility to Protect. 12(3), 246–270.

Gallagher A, Raffle E and Maulana Z (2020) Failing to fulfil the responsibility to protect: the war on drugs as crimes against humanity in the Philippines, The Pacific Review. 33(3), pp.247-477.

Hunt C.T, Jacob C and Gallagher A (2020) Progress, Problems, and Prospects: R2P 15 Years after the World Summit. Global Responsibility to Protect. 12(4), pp.359-362.

Illingworth R (2020) Responsible Veto Restraint: a Transitional Cosmopolitan Reform Measure for the Responsibility to Protect. Global Responsibility to Protect. 12(4), pp.385-414.

Newman, E (2020) Hungry, or Hungry for Change? Food Riots and Political Conflict, 2005-2015. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism. 43(4), pp.300-324.

Newman E and Stefan CG (2020) Normative Power Europe? The EU’s Embrace of the Responsibility to Protect in a Transitional International Order. Journal of Common Market Studies. 58(2), pp. 472-490.

Ralph J, Gifkins J and Jarvis S (2020) The United Kingdom’s special responsibilities at the United Nations: Diplomatic practice in normative context. British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 22(2), pp. 164-181.

Ralph J. (2020) The UK and Atrocity Prevention. Fresh Perspectives European Centre for the Responsibility to Protect. 15 January.

Staunton, E AND Ralph, J (2020) ‘The Responsibility to Protect norm cluster and the challenge of atrocity prevention. An analysis of the European Union’s strategy in Myanmar’. European Journal of International Relations. 26(3), pp.660-686.

Stefan CG and Newman E (2020) Europe’s Progress and the Road Ahead at R2P’s 15th Anniversary. Global Responsibility to Protect. 12(4), pp.369-371.


Beardsworth, R, Brown, G.W and Shapcot, R. (2019) The State and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities  (Oxford: Oxford University Press).

Edyvane, D and Souter J (2019) Good International Citizenship and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities to Protect: Balancing Responsibilities and Dirty Hands. In Beardsworth, R., Brown, G and Shapcott, R. (eds.) The State and Cosmopolitan Responsibilities (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp.41-60.

Fisher KJ and Stefan CG (2019) ‘Canada and the International Responsibilities to Protect and Prosecute in Cases of Mass Atrocity’. In: McGrane D; Hibbert N (eds.), Applied Political Theory and Canadian Politics. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press), pp. 459-479.

Gifkins J, Jarvis S and Ralph J (2019) Brexit and the United Nations Security Council: Declining British Influence? International Affairs. 95(6), pp.1349–1368.

Ralph J, Gifkins J and Jarvis S (2020) Global Britain in the United Nations. (London: UNA-UK).

Newman E and Stefan CG (2019) Europe’s engagement with R2P in a transitional international order. In: Jacob C; Mennecke M (eds.) Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: A Future Agenda. (AbingdonRoutledge), pp. 124-138.

Ralph, J., Jarvis, S and Gifkins J (2019) Is Brexit diminishing British influence at the UN Security Council? International Affairs blog. 5 December.

Ralph, J., Jarvis S. and Gifkins J (2019) How Will Britain’s Role Change in the UN as Brexit Brews? Pass Blue. Independent Coverage of the UN. 26 February.

Ralph, J., Gifkins J and Jarvis S. (2019) Global Britain: influence after Brexit. UK in a Changing Europe. 15 February.


Gallagher, A (2018) ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the unresolved authority dilemma: The Uniting for Peace Resolution as an alternative solution’. Written evidence to UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on the Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention. Published July 2018.

Gilgan, C (2018) Written evidence on UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on the Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention. Published July 2018.

Newman, E (2017) The Limits of Liberal Humanitarianism in Europe: The ‘Responsibility to Protect’ and Forced Migration. European Review of International Studies. 4(2-3): 59-77.

Newman, E (2018) The EU Global Strategy in a Transitional International Order. Global Society. 32(2), pp.198-209.

Newman, E and Zala, B (2018) Rising powers and order contestation: disaggregating the normative from the representational. Third World Quarterly. 39(5), pp.871-888.

Newman, E and Visoka, G (2018) The European Union’s practice of state recognition: Between norms and interests. Review of International Studies. 44 (4), pp. 760 - 786.

Newman, E and Aloyo, E (2018) Overcoming the Paradox of Conflict Prevention. In Durch, W., Larik, J. and Ponzio, R (eds.). Just Security in an Undergoverned World. (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp.43-69.

Ralph, J (2018) Written evidence on UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on the Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention. Published July 2018

Ralph, J (2018) What Should Be Done? Pragmatic Constructivist Ethics and the Responsibility to Protect. International Organization. 72(1), pp.173-203.

Staunton, E (2018) France and the responsibility to protect: A tale of two norms. International Relations. 32(3), pp. 366-387.

Staunton, E. and Donovan, O (2018) Written evidence on UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on the Responsibility to Protect and Humanitarian Intervention. Published July 2018.


Gilgan, C.M (2017) Exploring the Link between R2P and Refugee Protection: Arriving at Resettlement. Global Responsibility to Protect. 9,(4), pp.366-394.

Jarvis, S (2017) A Critical Examination of “Humanity”. In Hehir, A and Murray, R; (eds.) Protecting Human Rights in the 21st Century (London: Routledge).

Ralph, J (2017) The Responsibility to Protect and the rise of China: Lessons from Australia’s role as a ‘pragmatic’ norm entrepreneur. International Relations of the Asia-Pacific. 17(1), pp.35-65.

Ralph, J and Gifkins, J (2017) The purpose of United Nations Security Council practice: Contesting competence claims in the normative context created by the Responsibility to Protect. European Journal of International Relations. 23(3), pp.630-653.

Ralph J., Holland J and Zhekova, K (2017) Before the vote. UK foreign policy discourse on Syria 2011-2013. Review of International Studies. 43 (5), pp.875-897.

Ralph, J and Souter, J (2017) Introduction: The Responsibility to Protect and the Refugee Protection Regime. Ethics and International Affairs. 31(1), pp. 47-50.

Staunton, E (2017) Written evidence to UK House of Commons Foreign Affairs Committee on Violence in Rakhine State. Published November 2017.

Stefan, CG (2017) On non-Western Norm Shapers: Brazil and the Responsibility while Protecting. European Journal of International Security. 2(1), pp. 88–110.

Willis, B (2017) How careful human rights diplomacy is finally putting real pressure on North Korea. The Conversation. 25 January 2017.


Dunne, T and Staunton, E (2016) The Genocide Convention & Cold War Humanitarian Intervention. In Bellamy, A and Dunne T. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect. (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp.38-55.

Gallagher, A (2016) Conceptualising Humanity in the English School. International Theory. 8(2), pp. 341-364.

Newman, E (2016) What prospects for common humanity in a divided world? The scope for RtoP in a transitional international orderInternational Politics. 53(1), pp.32-48.

Newman, E and Visoka, G (2016) The Foreign Policy of State Recognition: Kosovo’s Diplomatic Strategy to Join International Society. Foreign Policy Analysis. 14(3), pp.367–387.

Newman, E (2016) Human Security: Reconciling Critical Aspirations with Political ‘Realities. British Journal of Criminology. 6(6), pp.1165–1183.

Souter, J (2016) Good international citizenship and special responsibilities to protect refugees. British Journal of Politics and International Relations. 18(4), pp. 795-811.

Staunton, E (2016) Two decades later: Understanding the French response to the Rwandan genocide. Modern & Contemporary France. 24(3), 299-315.

Kenkel, KM and Stefan, CG  (2016) Brazil and the ‘responsibility while protecting’ initiative: norms and the timing of diplomatic support. Global Governance. 22(1), pp. 41-58.

Fisher, K and Stefan, CG (2016) The Ethics of International Criminal ‘Lawfare’. International Criminal Law Review. 16(2), pp.237-257.

Ralph, J (2016) The International Criminal Court. In Bellamy, A and Dunne T. (eds.). The Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect. (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp.638-654.

Stefan, CG and Fisher, K (2016) Canada and the International Responsibilities to Protect and Prosecute in Cases of Mass Atrocity. In Hibbert N and McGrane, D. (eds.). Contemporary Canadian Political Theory. (Toronto: Toronto University Press).


Beresford, A (2015) A responsibility to protect Africa from the West? South Africa’s response to the NATO intervention in Libya. International Politics. 52(3), pp. 288–304.

Brown G.W. and Bohm, A (2015) Introducing Jus Ante Bellum as a Cosmopolitan Approach to Humanitarian Intervention. European Journal of International Relations. 22(4),  pp.897–919.

Gallagher, A (2015) The Promise of Pillar II: Analysing International Assistance Under The Responsibility to Protect. International Affairs. 91(6), pp.1259–1275.

Gallagher, A (2015) The Responsibility to Protect Ten Years on from the World Summit: A Call to Manage Expectations. Global Responsibility to Protect. 7(3-4), pp.254-274.

Gallagher, A and Brown G (eds.) (2015) The Responsibility to Protect and Humanity. International Politics Special Issue.

Gallagher, A and Epure, G (2015) The Extent and Effectiveness of Post-Conflict Planning in Libya. Written Evidence to House of Commons Foreign Affairs Select Committee. Published September 2015.

Newman, E; DeRouen, K (eds.) (2015), Routledge Handbook of Civil Wars, (Routledge)

Newman, E (2015) ‘The Responsibility to Protect, multilateralism and international legitimacy’, in Thakur, R; Maley, W; (eds.) Theorising the Responsibility to Protect (Cambridge University Press)

Newman, E; Aloyo, E (2015) ‘Preventing the Kinds of Conflicts that are Hardest to Resolve and Most Costly in Lives’, Background Paper for the Commission on Global Security, Justice & Governance, 2015.

Ralph J; Gallagher A, (2015) ‘Legitimacy Faultlines in International Society. The Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute after Libya’, Review of International Studies, 41.3 (2015), 553-573 DOI: 10.1017/S0260210514000242, Repository URL:

Ralph J; Souter J, (2015) ‘A special responsibility to protect: The UK, Australia and the Rise of Islamic State’, International Affairs, 91.4 (2015), 709-723 DOI: 10.1111/1468-2346.12339, Repository URL:

Ralph, J.G. and Souter, J. (2015) ‘Is R2P a Fully-Fledged International Norm?’ Politics and Governance 3(4): 68-71

Ralph JG (eds). (2015) Special Issue Symposium: The Responsibility to Protect and Prosecute. Criminal Law Forum. Springer

Ralph JG (2015) ‘Introduction Responsibility to Protect and to Prosecute’, Criminal Law Forum 26.1: 1-12.

Ralph JG; Gallagher, A (eds.) (2015) ‘The Responsibility to Protect at 10’, double special issue of Global Responsibility to Protect 7 (3-4). Contributions from Gregor Peter Hofmann, Andrew Garwood-Gowers, Kai Michael Kenkel and Felippe de Rosa Miranda, Malte Brosig and Natalie Zähringer, Volkan Seysane and Çigdem Çelik, Justin Morris

Ralph JG (2015) ‘The International Criminal Court’, In: Bellamy A; Dunne T (eds.) The Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ralph JG (2015) Waiting for Chilcot: inquiry delay compounding damage that the war has done The Conversation 31 January.

Ralph JG (2015) R2P at 10: Looking beyond military intervention 21 May.

Ralph JG (2015) ‘The UK and the Responsibility to Protect’ R2P Ideas in Brief 5 (2) July.

Seyle, Conor and Eamon Aloyo. (2015). ‘The Role of Business in the Responsibility to Protect’ In Fiott, D; Koops J; (Eds.). The Responsibility to Protect and the Third Pillar: Legitimacy and Operationalization (Basingstoke/New York: Palgrave Macmillan). pp. 171-189 (Link)

Souter, J. (2015) ‘Bringing Human Rights Home: Refugees, Reparation, and the Responsibility to Protect’, in Lennox, C. (ed.) Contemporary Challenges in Securing Human Rights, London, Institute of Commonwealth Studies.

Souter, J (2015) ‘Why the UK has a special responsibility to protect its share of refugees The Conversation 15 May.

Staunton, E (2015) ‘France and the Responsibility to Protect’. The Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect Brief 5(4), 2015. Available from:

Staunton, E (2015) ‘France, ‘cradle of liberty’, struggles to balance anti-terrorism law and rights’. The Conversation, 2015. Available from

Tacheva, B. and Brown, G.W. (2015) Global Constitutionalism and the Responsibility to Protect, Global Constitutionalism: 428-467.

Trillò, T (2015)  'Gender identity, gender based violence, and the Responsibility to Protect' Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention

Zhekova K (2015) ‘Time to Tone Down Rhetoric on Ukraine’Yorkshire Post , 3rd March 2015


Aloyo, E (2014). ‘The Weak Persuading the Powerful: Norm Diffusion and Enforcement, Without Internalization’ In Reducing Armed Violence with NGO Governance. Hall, RB (Ed.). Routledge Global Institutions Series. pp. 114-130 (Link)

Badescu (Stefan), C (2014). ‘The Evolution of International Responsibility: from Responsibility to Protect to Responsibility While Protecting’ Journal of International Studies, Volume 11, No. 1, pp 45-76.

Berger L (2014) Democratic Contagion versus Authoritarian Resilience: Jordan’s Prospects for Change, in Fahed Al-Sumait; Nele Lenze and Michael C. Hudson (eds), The Arab Uprisings: Catalysts, Dynamics, and Trajectories, Washington, DC: Rowman and Littlefield

Berger, L (2014) Foreign policies or culture – What shapes Muslim public opinion on political violence against the United States?, Journal of Peace Research, 51:6, 782-796

Davies GAM (2014) ‘Policy selection in the face of political instability: do states divert, repress or make concessions?’ Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Davies GAM; Johns R (2014) ‘Coalitions of the willing? International backing and British public support for military action’, Journal of Peace Research.

Docherty, B (2014) ‘Crimea, a problem of and for international society’ E-International Relations 23rd April 2014

Gallagher, A (2014) ‘What Constitutes a “Manifest Failing”? Ambiguous and Inconsistent terminology and the Responsibility to Protect’International Relations vol. 28 no. 4 428-444

Gallagher, A (2014) “Syria and the indicators of a ‘manifest failing’”, International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 18, No. 1. 2014, pp. 1-19

Gallagher, A (2014) Oral Evidence to The House of Commons Defence Committee on ‘The situation in Iraq and Syria and the threat posed by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant’ (ISIL). 29th October.

Gallagher, A (2014) ‘Libya is a disaster- but it’s too easy to blame the ‘West The Conversation, 29th July 2014.

Gallagher A (2014) ‘How Many Have to Die? Iraq and the Scale of the Crime’ E-International Relations, 25 June 2014.

Gallagher A (2014) 'Laying the Law for a Future Syria', an interview with Yasmine Nahlawi of the Syrian Legal Development Programme, Justice in Conflict, 28th August 2014.

Holland J (2014) 'Selling the War on Terror Foreign Policy Discourses After 9/11' (Routledge, 2014)

Jarvis L, Holland J (2014) 'Security A Critical Introduction' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2014)

Jarvis L, Holland J (2014) "We [for]got him’: Remembering and Forgetting in the Narration of bin Laden’s Death"Millennium, 42(2) pg.425-447

Johns R, Davies GAM, ‘Coalitions of the willing? International backing and British public support for military action’ Journal of Peace Research, 51.6 (2014), 767-781 DOI: 10.1177/0022343314544779, Repository URL:

Newman, E (2014) ‘Understanding Civil Wars: Continuity and Change in Intra-State Conflict’ (Routledge)

Newman E and Karl DeRouen eds. (2014), ‘Routledge Handbook of Civil Wars’ (Routledge, 2014)

Ralph JG (2014) ‘R2P Has it failed in Syria?’  Transatlantic Dialogue on R2P – The challenge of translating R2P from humanitarian concept to political practice,  - The Hague Institute for Global Justice 2nd July 2014

Ralph JG (2014) ‘Mainstreaming Responsibility to Protect in UK Strategy. Improving the Government’s Response to Threat of Mass Atrocity’ United Nations Association UK.

Ralph JG (2014) Are the US Airstrikes in Syria and Iraq Legal and Why is this Question Important Australian Institute for International Affairs 28 September. Republished on

Souter J, ‘Towards a Theory of Asylum as Reparation for Past Injustice’, Political Studies, 62.2 (2014), 326-342 DOI: 10.1111/1467-9248.12019, Repository URL:

Souter J, ‘Durable Solutions as Reparation for the Unjust Harms of Displacement: Who Owes What to Refugees?’ Journal of Refugee Studies, 27.2 (2014), 171-190 DOI: 10.1093/jrs/fet027, Repository URL:

Souter, J (2014) ‘The UK must fully recognise its special obligations towards Iraqi and Afghan refugees’ LSE British Politics and Policy Blog, 29 October.


Aloyo, E. (2013). ‘Just Assassinations’ International Theory. 5 (3): 347-381.

Aloyo, E. (2013). ‘Democratizing Transitional Justice: Transitional Tradeoffs and Constituting the Demos’ Global Society. 27 (4): 438-453.

Aloyo, E. (2013). ‘Improving Global Accountability: The International Criminal Court and Nonviolent Crimes Against Humanity’ Global Constitutionalism.  2 (3): 498-530

Aloyo, E; Dutton, Y; Heger, L. (2013). ‘Does The International Criminal Court Deter Torture?’ (One Earth Future Foundation Working Paper, PDF)

Bentley M, Holland J (2013) 'Obama's Foreign Policy Ending the War on Terror' (Routledge, 2013)

Beresford, A (2013) South African Solutions for Africa’s Problems?’ African Arguments, July 24.

Berger, L (2013) Saudi Arabia, in Political Insight, 4:3, 22-25

EU Task Force (2013) 'The EU and the Prevention of Mass Atrocities - An Assessment of Strengths and Weaknesses'  Budapest Centre for Mass Atrocities Prevention

Gallagher, A (2013) ‘Genocide and Its Threat to Contemporary International Order’ (Palgrave, 2013).

Gallagher, A (2013) 'Reply to Hugh Baley MP' (Parliamentary Affairs, December 2013).

Gallagher, A (2013) ‘Framing the Sovereignty-Intervention Dilemma’ in Bevir, M; Daddow O; Hall, I; (eds.) ‘Interpreting  Global Security’ (Routledge, Autumn 2013).

Gallagher, A (2013) 'Look inside International Relations: she’s alright she’s alright': An overview of the English School’s engagement with human rights', in Murray R (ed.), 'System, Society & the World: Exploring the English School of International Relations' (April 2013) pp. 34-37

Gallagher, A; Ralph, J (2013) 'Syria: Can legitimacy for intervention be found in a Uniting for Peace Resolution?' 5 September 2013.

Holland J (2013) "Foreign policy and political possibility" European Journal of International Relations, 19(1) pg.49-68

Newman, E (2013) ‘R2P: Implications for World Order’Global Responsibility to Protect, vol.5, no.3.

Newman, E (2013) ‘The Legitimacy and Legality of Intervention for Humanitarian Reasons, written evidence to UK House of Commons Defence Select Committee on intervention, published November 2013

Newman E, (2013) 'The Challenge of Human Security Policymaking', in New Approaches to Human Security in the Asia-Pacific, edited by William T. Tow, David Walton, and Rikki Kersten, Ashgate, 2013.

Newman, E (2013) ‘The violence of statebuilding in historical perspective: implications for peacebuilding’ Peacebuilding, vol.1, no.1, 2013.

Newman, E (2013) ‘New Forms of Security and the Challenge for Human Security’ in Mark Beeson and Nick Bisley eds., Issues in Twenty-first Century World Politics, 2nd Edition, Palgrave, 2013.

Niblett R; Hudson K; Oulds R; Codner M; Davies S; Bagnall A; Ralph J; ‘Viewpoints: What should the UK's future global role be?’ (BBC News, 2013) Author URL []

Ralph JG, ‘The liberal state in international society. Interpreting recent British foreign policy’, International Relations Journal 2013 DOI: 10.1177/0047117813486822, Repository URL:

Ralph JG, ‘The vote was not British isolationism. It was about the legitimacy of international action’, FPC Articles and Briefings, (The Foreign Policy Centre, 2013) Author URL []

Staunton, E; Dunne, T (2013) ‘The Hollande doctrine: Plus ça change’. The Interpreter, 2013. Available from


Berger, L (2012) Guns, Butter, and Human Rights: The Congressional Politics of U.S. Aid to Egypt, American Politics Research, 40:4, 603-635.

Berger, L (2012) Conceptualizing al-Qaeda and US Grand Strategy, in Christina Hellmich & Andreas Behnke (eds.), Knowing al-Qaeda: The Epistemology of Terrorism, Ashgate, London, United Kingdom, pp. 57-76.

Berger, L (2012) Yemen and the Middle East Conference - The Challenge of Failing States and Transnational Terrorism, Policy Brief, Academic Peace Orchestra, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Peace Research Institute Frankfurt, Germany (with Maurice Döring, Sven-Erik Fikenscher, Ahmed al-Saif, Ahmed al-Wahishi)

Davies GAM, ‘British Public Confidence in MI6 and Government Use of Intelligence: The Effect on Support for Preventive Military Action’, Intelligence and National Security, ed. by Johns R, Vol. 27.5 (2012), pp.669-688 DOI: 10.1080/02684527.2012.708520

Gallagher, A; (2012) ‘A Clash of Responsibilities: Engaging with Realist Critiques of the R2P’, Global Responsibility to Protect, vol. 4, no. 3, 2012, 334-357.

Gallagher, A (2012) ‘A System, Society, Community Perspective on Genocide’, Journal of Genocide Studies and Prevention vol. 7, no. 2.3, 2012., 166-183

Holland, J (2012) "Blair's War on Terror: Selling Intervention to Middle England"British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 14(1) pg.74-95


Badescu, Cristina G. 2011. Humanitarian Intervention and the Responsibility to Protect: Security and Human Rights. London: Routledge (2011 hardcover, 2012 paperback)

Berger, L (2011) The Missing Link? U.S. Policy and the International Dimensions of Authoritarian Resilience in the Arab World, Political Studies, 59:1, 38-55.

Davies GAM, ‘Coercive Diplomacy Meets Diversionary Incentives: The Impact of US and Iranian Domestic Politics during the Bush and Obama Presidencies’, Foreign Policy Analysis DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-8594.2011.00164.x

Holland J (2011) "When You Think of the Taliban, Think of the Nazis’: Teaching Americans ‘9/11’ in NBC’s The West Wing"Millennium, 40(1) pg.85-106

Ralph JG, (2011) ‘After Chilcot. The doctrine of international community and the UK decision to invade Iraq’, British Journal of Politics and International Relations 2011 DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-856X.2010.00444.x

Souter J, ‘A Culture of Disbelief or Denial? Critiquing Refugee Status Determination in the United Kingdom’, Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration, 1.1 (2011), 48-59

Newman, E (2011) ‘A Human Security Peace-building Agenda’, Third World Quarterly, vol.32, no.10, 2011.

2010 (and before)

Badescu, CG; Weiss, T; (2010) ‘Misrepresenting R2P and Advancing Norms: An Alternative Spiral?’ International Studies Perspectives, Vol. 11, Issue 4, pp. 354-374

Badescu, CG. (2010) ‘Canada’s Continuing Engagement with United Nations Peace Operations’ Canadian Foreign Policy Journal, Vol. 16, Issue 2, pp. 45-60.

Badescu, CG; Bergholm, L; (2010) ‘The African Union’ in David Black and Paul D. Williams, (eds.), The International Politics of Mass Atrocities: The Case of Darfur. London: Routledge

Badescu, CG. (2009) “‘The Responsibility to Protect’: Embracing Sovereignty and Human Rights,” in Noha Shawki and Michaelene Cox, eds., Negotiating Sovereignty and Human Rights: Actors and Issues in Contemporary Human Rights Politics. Farnham: Ashgate.

Badescu, CG; Bergholm, L. (2009) ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Conflict in Darfur: The Big Let-down’ Security Dialogue, Vol. 40, Issue 3, pp. 287-309

Badescu, CG (2007). ‘Authorizing Humanitarian Intervention: Hard Choices in Saving Strangers’ Canadian Journal of Political Science (CJPS), Vol. 40, Issue 1, pp. 51-78.

Badescu, CG. (2006). “State Sovereignty and ‘The Responsibility to Protect’” in Elliott Brown, ed., The State of the State: Business as Usual? Winnipeg: Centre for Defence and Security Studies.

Berger, L (2009) The Challenge of Talking about Terrorism. The EU and the Arab Debate on the Causes of Islamist Terrorism', Terrorism and Political Violence, 21:4, 539-557 (with Hartmut Behr).

Davies GAM, Johns RA, ‘Audience Costs among the British Public: The Impact of Escalation, Crisis Type and Prime Ministerial Rhetoric’, International Studies Quarterly: journal of the International Studies Association

Davies GAM, Johns RA, ‘Democratic peace or clash of civilizations? Target states and support for war in Britain and the USA’, The Journal of Politics, ed. by Mishler B and Leighley J

Holland J (2009) "From September 11th 2001 to 9-11: From Void to Crisis"International Political Sociology, 3(3) pg.275-292

Loescher, G; Milner, J; Newman E; Troeller G eds. (2008), Protracted Refugee Situations: Political, Human Rights and Security Implications, co-editor, UNU Press, 2008.

Newman, E (2010) ‘Critical Human Security Studies’, Review of International Studies, vol.36, no.1, 2010.

Newman, E (2010) ‘Peacebuilding as Security in ‘Failing’ and Conflict-Prone States’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, vol.4, no.3, 2010.

Newman, E (2010) ‘Human Security’, in Robert A. Denemark ed., The International Studies Encyclopedia, Blackwell, 2010 (International Studies Association Compendium Project).

Newman, E (2009), ‘Failed states and international order: constructing a post-Westphalian World’, Contemporary Security Policy, vol. 30, no. 3, 2009.

Newman, E (2009), ‘Conflict research and the ‘decline’ of civil war’, Civil Wars, vol.11, 3, 2009.

Newman, E; Paris R; Richmond, O.P (2009) eds., New Perspectives on Liberal Peacebuilding, UNU Press, 2009.

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