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CIS Articles and Media

This list includes links to recent and forthcoming articles, book chapters and media publications by CIS Fellows. Please note, CIS staff publications are not  listed here. If you are interested in the publications of a particular faculty member, please follow links on their Staff profile.


"Imagining new worlds: forging 'non-western' International Relations in late colonial India", British Academy Review, No. 30 (Summer 2017) Martin Bayly
"Managing risk in the age of disruption", LSE Business Review, 2 June 2017 Lutfey Siddiqi
“A Spirit of Maidan? Contentious Escalation in Ukraine.” In Global Diffusion of Protest: Riding the Protest Wave in the Neoliberal Crisis, edited by D. della Porta. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Daniel Ritter
"Trump and Putin: Populists of a Feather?", The National Interest, 28 March 2017 Yulia Netesova
On the Prospects of Second Arab Spring.” Mobilizing Ideas, 27 March 2017 Daniel Ritter
"Interview - Giorgio Shani", E-International Relations, 2 January 2017 Giorgio Shani
"Ignore trolls, embrace constructive conflict. How to lead in intolerant times", World Economic Forum, 30 November 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"TTP, the US and Asia", BBC World News, 22 November 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"Le rôle de la protection sociale dans la compensation des inégalités
économiques entre femmes et hommes après divorce : une analyse comparative", Revue de droit sanitaire et social, 5, septembre-octobre 2016, pp. 885–903. 
Linda Hantrais
"My winning proposal: A different approach to India's history", Research Professional, 22 September 2016 Martin J. Bayly
"Jackson Hole: what the world needs from the Fed", World Economic Forum, August 25 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"ST Future Economy Roundtable: 3 Risks and positive trends for Asia", The Straits Times, August 21 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"ST Future Economy Roundtable: Is Asia ready for the Fourth Industrial Revolution?", The Straits Times, August 21 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"ST Future Economy Roundtable: The outlook is bright but for a few worry lines", The Straits Times, August 21 2016 Lutfey Siddiqi
"Religion as Security: An introduction", Critical Studies on Security, August 22 2016 Giorgio Shani
"What Does It Mean to Be Conservative in Russia?" The National Interest, August 10 2016 Yulia Netesova
"Why Unarmed Revolutions Overthrow Some Dictators But Not Others.” The Monkey Cage, 13 May 2016 Daniel Ritter
"Regional Migration Governance", in Tanja A. Börzel, Thomas Risse (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Regionalism, Oxford University Press, 2016, pp. 457-486 Ross Buchanan, Flavia Jurje, Terri E. Givens and Sandra Lavenex
"A long view of liberal peace and its crisis", European Journal of International Relations (OnlineFirst) Suthaharan Nadarajah and David Rampton
 "The rise of governments in global oil governance: Historical dynamics, transaction cost economics, and contemporary implications", Energy Research & Social Science, 17, pp. 82-93 Michael Sander
"Transnational Actors and Great Powers during Order Transition", International Studies Perspectives, 17(3), pp. 287-306 Maximilian Terhalle
"Imperial ontological (in)security: ‘Buffer states’, International Relations, and the case of Anglo-Afghan relations, 1808-1878", European Journal of International Relations, 21/4, 816-40 Martin J. Bayly
"The migration–trade nexus: migration provisions in trade agreements", in Leila Simona Talani, Simon McMahon (eds.): Handbook of the International Political Economy of Migration, Edward Elgar, 2015, pp. 259–282 Flavia Jurje and Sandra Lavenex
 "The Limits of Hybridity and the Crisis of Liberal Peace", Review of International Studies, 41(1) Suthaharan Nadarajah and David Rampton
"The EU’s Role in Developing Security Cooperation with Myanmar at the ASEAN Regional Forum: 2004-2008", European Security (In Press)  Ludovica Marchi
"International and Interdisciplinary Insights into Evidence and Policy", Contemporary Social Science, 10(2) Linda Hantrais and Ashley Thomas Lenihan
"The Uniqueness of the EU Humanitarian Aid Policy between Sovereignty and Humanitarian Concerns", European Foreign Affairs Review, 20(2) Francesca Pusterla and Elia R. G. Pusterla
“Shaping the Agenda Jointly? China and the EU in the G20”, (co-authored with Shaun Breslin), in Jianwei Wang and Weiqing Song, eds., China, the European Union, and International Politics of Global Governance, Palgrave, forthcoming (in 2015). Hongsong Liu
"The ‘re-turn’ to empire in IR: Colonial knowledge communities and the construction of the idea of the Afghan polity, 1809-1838", Review of International Studies, 40/3, 443-64 Martin J. Bayly
‘State-building, Nation-building and Reconstruction’ in Mary Kaldor and Iavor Rangelov (eds.) The Handbook of Global Security Policy (Wiley Blackwell). Vesna Bojicic-Dzelillovic, Denisa Kostovicova and David Rampton
'Rethinking the Post-National EU in Times of Austerity and Crisis’, Mediterranean Politics, 19(1): 21-39. Beyza Ç. Tekin
‘The Impact of Intellectual Property Protection on MNEs’ Decisions to Invest in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from New Swiss Firm-Level FDI’, NCCR Trade Regulation working paperAvailable here.  Arno Hold
Trade Agreements as Venues for ´Market Power Europe´? The Case of Immigration Policy. In JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 52: 320–336. Flavia Jurje and Lavenex, S
“China’s Proposing Behavior in Global Governance”, Revista Brasileira de Política Internacional (Brazilian Journal of International Politics), forthcoming (in September 2014). Hongsong Liu
“The Determinants of NGOs’ Influence in International Organizations”, World Economy and Politics (Shijie Jingji yu zhengzhi),  No. 6, June 2014. Hongsong Liu (co-authored with Li Qian)
“Legitimacy, Effectiveness and the G20 Reform”, International Review (Guoji Guancha), forthcoming (in May 2014). Hongsong Liu
“The Influence of the Emerging Powers on G20 Agenda”, International Outlook (Guoji Zhanwang), No. 2, March 2014  Hongsong Liu
“Exploring the Nonproliferation Governance Regime Building in the Middle East”, Journal of Arab World Studies (Alabo Shijie Yanjiu), No.1, January 2014.  Hongsong Liu
“Who Are ‘We’ in International Criminal Law? On Critics and Membership”, in Critical Approaches to International Criminal Law, Christine Schwöbel (ed.), Routledge Immi Tallgren
“Alan Resnais, le passe-muraille”, with Antoine Buchet, in Frontière(s) au Cinema – VIIèmes rencontres Droit et cinema Immi Tallgren
“On Searching for the Historical Origins of International Criminal Law ”, in The Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, YI Ping (eds.), Volume I Immi Tallgren
“Martyrs and Scapegoats of the Nation?”, in The Historical Origins of International Criminal Law, Morten Bergsmo, Cheah Wui Ling, Yi Ping (eds.), Volume I Immi Tallgren
“Article 20 – Ne bis in idem”, with Astrid Reisinger Coracini, in Commentary on the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, Otto Triffterer (ed.), 3rd edition, C.H. Beck – Hart – Nomos Immi Tallgren
“Rethinking the Post-National EU in Times of Austerity and Crisis”, Mediterranean Politics, 19(1), pp. 21-39. Beyza Ç. Tekin
‘The European Gendarmerie Force: a solution in search of problems?’, European Security, 22(1), 1-20. Giovanni Arcudi and Michael E. Smith
‘Lessons from Abroad: International Approaches to Promoting Evidence-Based Social Policy,’ Alliance for Useful Evidence, July 18 2013. Available here. Ashley Lenihan
‘Sovereign Wealth Funds and the Acquisition of Power,’ New Political Economy, April 29 2013. Available here. Ashley Lenihan
‘UK What Works Centres can learn lessons from abroad,’ Research Fortnight, July 24 2013. Ashley Lenihan
‘Looking abroad to learn 'what works' for science policy,’ The (Political Science), July 19 2013. Ashley Lenihan
‘What Works: lessons from abroad for UK policymakers,’ The (Public Leaders Network), April 9 2013. Ashley Lenihan
“The Finnish War-Responsibility Trial in 1945-46: The Limits of ad hoc Criminal Justice?”, in The Hidden Histories of War Crimes Trials, Kevin Jon Heller and Gerry Simpson (eds.), Oxford University Press Immi Tallgren
“The Durkheimian Spell of International Criminal Justice”, 71 Revue interdisciplinaire d’études juridiques – Droit en context, Dossier justice internationale pénale Immi Tallgren
“Sur la route de Rome – Les negotiations préalables à l´adoption du Statut de la Cour pénale international”, with Antoine Buchet, in Commentaire du Statut de Rome de la Cour Pénale Internationale, Julien Fernandez and Xavier Pacreau (eds.), Pedone Immi Tallgren
‘Foreign Investment in India after the Global Financial Crisis,’ German Marshall Fund of the United States, Policy Brief, September 21 2011. Available here. Ashley Lenihan
‘Getting Indian Entrepreneurship Right; Small Policy Fixes Can Yield Big Growth Dividends,’ The Wall Street Journal (Business Asia), April 28 2011. Ashley Lenihan and Gamester, N
‘Europe’s Growing Prosperity Gap; Strengthening EU Takes More than Fixing Economies,’ MarketWatch (Commentary), March 1 2011.   Ashley Lenihan
‘Look Beyond Growth for True Prosperity.’ South China Morning Post (Voices: Emerging Economies), December 9 2010. Ashley Lenihan