Publications by members of the Comparative Politics research group, with the most recent first.

Ketchley, N. (2014) "The Muslim Brothers Take to the Streets," Middle East Report,  Issue.269 (Winter)

Ketchley, N. (2014) "The army and the people are one hand! Fraternization and the 25th January Egyptian Revolution," Comparative Studies in Society and History 56, 1. 

Kissane, B. (ed.) (2014). Reconstructing National Identity after Europe’s Internal wars 1918-2011. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Hertog, S., Luciani, G. and Valeri, M. (eds.) (2013). Business Politics in the Middle East. Hurst/Columbia University Press.

Kissane, B. (2013). “Victory in Defeat: National Identity after Civil War in Finland and Ireland’ in J. Hall and S. Mališević  (eds.). Nationalism and War. Cambridge University Press.

Naseemullah, A. (2013) “Police Capacity and Insurgency in Pakistan,” in Fair and Ganguly (eds.). Cops and Condottieri: Policing Insurgencies. Oxford University Press.

Kissane, B. (2012), “Electing Not to Fight: Elections as a Mechanism of Deradicalisation after the Irish Civil War 1922–1938.” International Journal of Conflict and Violence.

McDoom, O. S. (2012). "The Psychology of Threat in Intergroup Conflict: Emotions, Rationality, and Opportunity in the Rwandan Genocide." International Security 37(2): 119-155.

Naseemullah, A. (2012). “Mosaics of Manufacture: Understanding Industrial Variation in South Asia” Studies in Comparative International Development, October.

Sidel, J. (2012). “Economic Foundations of Subnational Authoritarianism: Insights and Evidence from Qualitative and Quantitative Research,” Democratization: pp. 1-24.

Sidel, J. (2012). “The Fate of Nationalism in the New States: Southeast Asia in Comparative Historical Perspective,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 54 (1): 114-144.

Sidel, J. (2012) “Separated at Birth” about Indonesia and Egypt, on the Foreign Policy