Peer-reviewed articles, books and chapters



Arimatsu, L., Obaid, R., & de Courcy Wheeler, A. (2022). Women, Weapons and Disarmament. In Feminist Conversations on Peace (pp. 135-148). Bristol University Press.

Bandula-Irwin, T., et al., (2022). Beyond greed: why armed groups tax. Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, 1-24.

Cheliotis, L. K. (2022). Depression and repression: Global capitalism, economic crisis and penal politics in interwar Greece. European Journal of Criminology19(3), 419-441.

Chinkin, C. (2022). ‘Women, Peace and Security: A Human Rights Agenda?’ In Grainne de Burca (ed.) Legal Mobilisation for Human Rights. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Chinkin, C. (2022). Women, Peace and Security and International Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Chouliaraki, L., & Al-Ghazzi, O. (2022). Beyond verification: Flesh witnessing and the significance of embodiment in conflict news. Journalism23(3), 649-667.

Della Guardia, A., Lake, M., & Schnitzer, P. (2022). Selective inclusion in cash transfer programs: Unintended consequences for social cohesion. World Development157, 105922.

Dieterle, C. (2022). Global governance meets local land tenure: international codes of conduct for responsible land investments in Uganda. The Journal of Development Studies58(3), 582-598.

Gallien, M., & Weigand, F. (2022). The Routledge handbook of smuggling (p. 484). Taylor & Francis.

Hossain, M., et al. (2022). A conceptual framework for analysing partnership and synergy in a global health alliance: case of the UK Public Health Rapid Support Team. Health Policy and Planning37(3), 322-336.

Hossain, M., et al. (2022). Gender-based violence (GBV) coordination in humanitarian and public health emergencies: a scoping review. Conflict and Health16(1), 1-22.

Hossain, M., et al. (2022). ‘If she gets married when she is young, she will give birth to many kids’: a qualitative study of child marriage practices amongst nomadic pastoralist communities in Kenya. Culture, Health & Sexuality24(7), 886-901.

Hossain, M., et al. (2022). Improving provision of family planning among pastoralists in Kenya: Perspectives from health care providers, community and religious leaders. Global Public Health17(8), 1594-1610.

Hovell, D., & Hughes, M. (2022). Self-Defence and its Dangerous Variants: Afghanistan and International Law. LSE Public Policy Review2(3).

Kramarz, T., Mason, M., & Partzsch, L. (2022). Proxy-led accountability for natural resource extraction in rentier states. Environmental Politics, 1-22.

Kunnath, G. (2022). Janathana Sarkar (people’s government): rebel governance and agency of the poor in India’s Maoist guerrilla zones. Identities29(1), 45-62.

Morrison, C. (2022). “Erasing a mural does not erase reality”: Queer visibility, urban policing, and the double life of a mural in Ecuador. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 40(3), 432-450.

Smith,S. (2022) Gender responsive leadership in UN peace operations: the path to a transformative approach? International Peace Institute.

Smith, S., & Stavrevska, E. B. (2022). A different Women, Peace and Security is possible? Intersectionality in Women, Peace and Security resolutions and national action plans. European Journal of Politics and Gender5(1), 63-82.

Smith, S., & Yoshida, K. (2022) Feminist Conversations on Peace.Bristol: Bristol University Press.

Weigand, F. (2022). Waiting for Dignity: Legitimacy and Authority in Afghanistan. Columbia University Press.


Al-Ghazzi, Omar. (2021) Forced to report: affective proximity and the perils of local reporting on Syria. Journalism. ISSN 1464-8849

Ali, Z. (2021) From Recognition to Redistribution? Protest Movements in Iraq in the Age of ‘New Civil Society’, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding, 15:4, 528-542.

Allen, T., et al. (2021) Legacies of humanitarian neglect: long term experiences of children who returned from the Lord’s Resistance Army in UgandaConflict and Health, 15(1), 1-19.

Anthias, P. and Hoffmann, K. (2021) The making of ethnic territories: Governmentality and counter-conducts, Geoforum, 119: 218-226.

Blackmore, K. (2021). Humanitarian Remains: Erasure and the Everyday of Camp Life in Northern UgandaJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Bojicic-Dzelilovic, V., Kostovicova, D. and Suerdem, A.K. (2021) Persistence of informal networks and liberal peace-building: evidence from Bosnia and HerzegovinaJournal of International Relations and Development.

Caryannis, T. & Pangburn, A. (2021). Home Is Where the Heart Is: Identity, Return and the Toleka Bicycle Taxi Union in Congo’s EquateurJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Carayannis, T., Weiss, T.G. (2021) The “Third” UN: Imagining Post-COVID-19 MultilateralismGlobal Policy.

Chinkin, C., et al. (2021) Experiencing Violence. British Academy: London.

Çubukçu, A. (2021) After Seeing Like a State: The Imperialism of Epistemic ClaimsPolity, 53(3), 492-497.

Çubukçu, A. (2021) Of Rebels and Disobedients: Reflections on Arendt, Race, LawbreakingLaw & Critique, 32, 33-50.

Çubukçu, A. (2021) The force of nonviolence: An ethico-political bindContemporary Political Theory, 20, 95–98.

Getmansky, A. and Weiss, C. M. (2021) War Experiences Can Shape Soldiers’ Support for Incumbents.

Green, E. (2021) The politics of ethnic identity in Sub-Saharan AfricaComparative Political Studies, 54(7), 1197-1226.

Green, E. and Bandyopadhyay, S.  (2021) Explaining inter‐ethnic marriage in Sub‐Saharan AfricaJournal of International Development.

Green, E. et al.  (2021) Exchange on the quantitative measurement of ethnic and national identityNations and Nationalism, 27(1), 22-40.

Hall, S., Nyamnjoh, H., and Cirolia L.R. (2021) ‘Apportioned City: Gendered delineations of asylum work and violence in Cape Town’ in Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. ISSN 0263-7758 (In Press).

Harmer, T. (ed) (2021) Toward a Global History of Latin America’s Revolutionary LeftUniversity of Florida Press.

Henry, M. (2021) On the necessity of critical race feminism for women, peace and securityCritical Studies on Security.

Hovell, D. (2021) On Trust: The UN Security Council as Fiduciary. 62 Wm. & Mary L. Rev.

Ishkanian, A. and Shutes, I. (2021) Who needs the experts? The politics and practices of alternative humanitarianism in Greece and its relationship to NGOs. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Jackson-Preece, J. and Bhambra, M. (2021) In-between identities and cultures: Ms Marvel and the representation of the young muslim women. LSE Middle East Centre Paper Series (50). LSE Middle East Centre, London, UK.

Jones, M. (2021) ‘The Blue-Eyed Boys’: The Heath Government, Anglo-American Relations, and the Bombing of North Vietnam in 1972The International History Review

Jovchelovitch, S. and Dedios Sanguine, M.C. (2021) Is violence ever right? Moral reasoning about violence among youngsters belonging to gangs and peacebuilding groups. Psychology of Violence, 11(2), 123–132.

Käser, I. (2021). The Kurdish Women’s Freedom Movement. In The Kurdish Women's Freedom Movement: Gender, Body Politics and Militant Femininities (pp. I-Ii). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Keen, D. P. (2021) The Functions and Legitimization of Suffering in Calais, FranceInternational Migration, 59(3), 9-28.

Kissane, B. (2021) The Geographical Spread of State Executions during the Irish Civil War, 1922–23Social Science History, 45(1), 165-186.

Kunnath, G. (2021) Janathana Sarkar (people’s government): Rebel Governance and Agency of the Poor in India’s Maoist Guerrilla Zones. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.

Lake, M., Alik-Lagrange, A., Dreier, S.K. and Porisky, A. (2021) Social Protection and State–Society Relations in Environments of Low and Uneven State CapacityAnnual Review of Political Science, 24, 151-174.

Macdonald, A. & Porter, H. (2021). The Politics of Return: Understanding Trajectories of Displacement and the Complex Dynamics of ‘Return’ in Central and East AfricaJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Millar, K.M. (2021) What makes violence martial? Adopt A Sniper and normative imaginaries of violence in the contemporary United StatesSecurity Dialogue.

O'Bryne, R. & Ogeno, C. (2021). Pragmatic Mobilities and Uncertain Lives: Agency and the Everyday Mobility of South Sudanese Refugees in UgandaJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

O’Driscoll, D. (2021) Everyday peace and conflict: (un)privileged interactions in Kirkuk, Iraq, Third World Quarterly.

Pelkmans, M. (2021). Frontier dynamics: reflections on evangelical and Tablighi missions in Central AsiaComparative Studies in Society and History, 63(1), 212-241.

Pendle, N. & Akoi, A.D. (2021). ‘I Kept My Gun’: Displacement’s Impact on Reshaping Social Distinction During ReturnJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Richards, P. (2021). Public authority and its demons: the Sherbro leopard murders in Sierra LeoneAfrica, (91:2).

Shutes, I. and Ishkanian, A. (2021) Transnational welfare within and beyond the nation-state: civil society responses to the migration crisis in Greece. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Stys, P., Muhindoa, S., N’simirea, S., Tchumisia, I., Muzuria, P., Balume, B. & Koskinen, J. (2021). Trust, quality, and the network collection experience: A tale of two studies on the Democratic Republic of the CongoSocial Networks, 68.


Ainley, K. and Kersten, M. (2020) Resilience and the impacts of hybrid courtsLeiden Journal of International Law, 33(4), 969-974.

Al-Ali, N., & Käser, I. (2020). Beyond Feminism? Jineolojî and the Kurdish Women's Freedom MovementPolitics & Gender, 1-32.

Alhayek, K. (2020) Watching television while forcibly displaced: Syrian refugees as participant audiences, Journal of Audience and Reception Studies.

Allen, T. et al. (2020) What Happened to Children Who Returned from the Lord’s Resistance Army in Uganda? Journal of Refugee Studies, 33(4), 663–683.

Avery, M. (2020) Promoting a ‘Pinochetazo’: The Chilean Dictatorship's Foreign Policy in El Salvador during the Carter Years, 1977–81, Journal of Latin American Studies.

Beyani, C. (2020) A View from Inside the Kitchen of the Kampala Convention: The Modernisation of the International Legal Regime for the Protection of Internally Displaced PersonsLSE Legal Studies Working Paper No. 17/2020.

Beyani, C., Kulang. G. P. and Mwebi, R. (2020) The potential of South Sudan’s national law on protection and assistance to IDPs. Forced Migration Review, 65.

Chinkin, C. and Yoshida, K. (2020) Women’s Human Rights and Climate Change: State Obligations and StandardsLSE Law - Policy Briefing Paper No. 43.

Chinkin, C. et al. (2020) Human Trafficking, Human Rights and Women, Peace and Security: The Sound of Silence. In: Basu, S., Kirby, P. and Shepherd, L. (eds) New Directions in Women, Peace and Security. Bristol University Press, Bristol.

Chouliaraki, L. (2020) Victimhood: The affective politics of vulnerabilityEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies.

Cooper-Knock, SJ., Macdonald, A. (2020). A Summons to the Magistrates’ Courts in South Africa and Uganda. African Affairs.

de Waal, A. (2020) Somalia’s disassembled state: clan unit formation and the political marketplace, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 561-585.

Dodge, T. (2020) ‘The Failure of Peacebuilding in Iraq: The Role of Consociationalism and Political Settlements’Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding. 

Dodge, T. (2020) “Everything has to change for everything to remain the same”: The Muhassasa Ta’ifiya, the exclusive elite pact, and the causes of Iraq’s violent instability. In: Sakai, K. and Marfleet, P. (eds.) Iraq Since The Invasion: People And Politics In A State Of Conflict. Routledge: London.

Dodge, T. (2020) Beyond structure and agency: Rethinking political identities in Iraq after 2003Nations and Nationalism, 26(1), 108-122.

Dodge, T. (2020) Introduction: Between Wataniyya and Ta'ifia; understanding the relationship between state-based nationalism and sectarian identity in the Middle EastNations and Nationalism, 26(1), 85-90.

Dodge, T. (2020) Understanding the role of al-Hashd al-Shaabi in Iraq’s national and transnational political fieldThe Project on Middle East Political Science, George Washington University.

Dodge, T. and Mansour, R. (2020) Sectarianization and De-sectarianization in the Struggle for Iraq’s Political FieldThe Review of Faith & International Affairs, 18(1), 58-69.

Getmansky, A. and Weiss, C. M. (2020) Pyrrhic Victory: How and Why Wars Affect Political Attitudes and Behavior.

Getmansky, A., Matakos, K. and Sinmazdemir, T. (2020) Diversity without adversity? Refugees' efforts to integrate can partially offset identity-based biasesEmpirical Studies of Conflict Project (ESOC) Working Papers 16, Empirical Studies of Conflict Project.

Gordon, S. (2020) Regulating Humanitarian Governance: Humanitarianism and the ‘Risk Society’Politics and Governance, 8(4), 306-318.

Green, E. (2020) Ethnicity, national identity and the state: evidence from sub-Saharan Africa. British Journal of Political Science, 50(2), 757-779.

Hadaya, S. (2020) Sectarianisation in Syria: the disintegration of a popular struggle, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 607-629.

Henry, M. (2020) Why critical military studies needs to smash imperial white supremacist capitalist heteropatriarchy: a rejoinderCritical Military Studies, 6(1), 107-110.

Hoffmann, K., Vlassenroot, K., Carayannis, T. and Muzalia, G. (2020) Violent conflict and ethnicity in the Congo: beyond materialism, primordialism and symbolism, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 539-560.

Hoffmann, K. Vlassenroot, K. and Mudinga E. (2020) Courses au pouvoir: the struggle over customary capital in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo, Journal of Eastern African Studies, 14:1, 125-144.

Hughes, J. and Ahmadov, A.K. (2020) Ideology and civilian victimization in Northern Ireland’s civil warIrish Political Studies, 35(4), 531-565.

Ingiriis, M. (2020) Profiting from the failed state of Somalia: the violent political marketplace and insecurity in contemporary Mogadishu, Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 38:3, 437-458.

Kaldor, M. and de Waal, A. (2020) Identity formation and the political marketplace, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 519-538.

Kaldor, M. and Kostovicova, D. (2020) Global civil society, peacebuilding, and statebuilding. In: Richmond, O. and Gezim, V. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Peacebuilding, Statebuilding, and Peace Formation. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 

Kaldor, M. and Sassen, S. (2020) Cities at War: Global Insecurity and Urban Resistance. Columbia University Press: New York.

Kaldor, M., Chinkin, C. and Yadav, P. (2020) Gender and New WarsStability: International Journal of Security and Development, 9(1).

Kerali, R. & Macdonald, A. (2020). Being Normal: Stigmatization of Lord’s Resistance Army Returnees as ‘Moral Experience’ in Post-war Northern UgandaJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Kissane, B. (2020) On the shock of civil war: cultural trauma and national identity in Finland and IrelandNations and Nationalism, 26(1), 22-43.

Kostovicova, D. and Knott, E. (2020) Harm, change and unpredictability: the ethics of interviews in conflict researchQualitative Research.

Kostovicova, D. and Paskhalis, T. (2020) Gender, justice and deliberation: why women don’t influence peace-makingInternational Studies Quarterly.

Kostovicova, D., Bojicic-Dzelilovic, V., and Henry, M. (2020) Drawing on the continuum: a war and post-war political economy of gender-based violence in Bosnia and HerzegovinaInternational Feminist Journal of Politics, 22(2), 250-272.

Kostovicova, D., Krasniqi, V. and Sokolić, I. (2020) Skirts as flags: Transitional justice, gender and everyday nationalism in KosovoNations and nationalism, 26(2), 461-476.

Kostovicova, D., Sokolić , I. and Fagan, A. (2020) Civil society in post-Yugoslav space: The test of discontinuity and democratisation. In: Anastasakis, O. et al. (eds.) The Legacy of Yugoslavia: Politics, Economics and Society in the Modern Balkans. Bloomsbury Publishing: London, UK.

Kostovicova, D., Sokolić, I., and Fridman, O. (2020) Introduction: below peace agreements: everyday nationalism or everyday peace? Nations and Nationalism, 26(2), 424-430.

Lake, M. et al. (2020) Engaging Men to Transform Gender Attitudes and Prevent Intimate-Partner Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo. World Bank, Washington, DC.

Marijnen, E., Vries, L., Duffy, R. (2020). Conservation in violent environments: Introduction to a special issue on the political ecology of conservation amidst violent conflict in Political Geography. Science Direct.

McDoom, O. S. (2020) Contested Counting: Toward a Rigorous Estimate of the Death Toll in the Rwandan GenocideJournal of Genocide Research, 22(1), 83-93.

McDoom, O. S. (2020) Radicalization as cause and consequence of violence in genocides and mass killingsViolence: An International Journal, 1(1).

McDoom, O. S. (2020) The path to genocide in Rwanda: security, opportunity, and authority in an ethnocratic state. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.

Meierhenrich, J. (2020) How Many Victims Were There in the Rwandan Genocide? A Statistical DebateJournal of Genocide Research, 22(1), 72-82.

Moon, C. (2020) Extraordinary deathwork: New developments in, and the social significance of, forensic humanitarian action. In: Parra, R. C., Zapico, S. C. and Ubelaker, D. H. (eds) Forensic Science and Humanitarian Action: Interacting with the Dead and the Living. John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Moon, C. and Treviño-Rangel, J. (2020) “Involved in something (involucrado en algo)”: Denial and stigmatization in Mexico’s “war on drugs”. The British Journal of Sociology, 71(4). 722-740.

Pearce, J. (2020) Politics without Violence? Towards a Post-Weberian Enlightenment, Palgrave Macmillan.

Pelkmans, M. and Bovensiepen, J. (2020) Dynamics of wilful blindness: An introductionCritique of Anthropology, 40(4), 387-402.

Pendle, N. (2020) The ‘Nuer of Dinka money’ and the demands of the dead: contesting the moral limits of monetised politics in South Sudan, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 587-605.

Pendle, N. (2020). Politics, prophets and armed mobilizations: competition and continuity over registers of authority in South Sudan’s conflictsJournal of Eastern African Studies, (14:1) 43-62.

Porter, H. (2020). Moving Toward ‘Home’: Love and Relationships through War and DisplacementJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4. 

Putzel, J. (2020) The ‘Populist’ Right Challenge to Neoliberalism: Social Policy between a Rock and a Hard PlaceDevelopment and Change, 51(2), 418-441.

Schulze, K. (2020). Exporting Global Jihad: Volume Two: Critical Perspectives from Asia and North America (co-edited with Tom Smith), IB Tauris, London.

Schulze, K. (2020). 'From Afghanistan to Syria: How the global remains local for Indonesian militant Islamists' (with Julie Chernov Hwang) in Kirsten E. Schulze and Tom Smith (eds), Exporting Global Jihad: Volume Two: Critical Perspectives from Asia and North America, IB Tauris, London.

Tapscott, R. (2020). Militarized masculinity and the paradox of restraint: mechanisms of social control under modern authoritarianism. International Affairs.

Trapido, J. & Mbu-Mputu, N. (2020). Les Combattants—Ideologies of Exile, Return and Nationalism in the DRCJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4.

Watkins, J. (2020) Identity politics, elites and omnibalancing: reassessing Arab Gulf state interventions in the Uprisings from the inside out, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 653-675.

Venugopal, R., et al. (2020) Illiberal peace-building in Asia: a comparative overviewConflict, Security & Development, 20(1), 1-14.

Vlassenroot, K., Mudinga, E. & Musamba, J. (2020). Navigating Social Spaces: Armed Mobilization and Circular Return in Eastern DR CongoJournal of Refugee Studies, 33:4. 

Kaya, Z. (2020) Sexual violence, identity and gender: ISIS and the Yezidis, Conflict, Security & Development, 20:5, 631-652.

Zubok, V. (2020) Stalin, Soviet Intelligence, and the Struggle for Iran, 1945–53Diplomatic History, 44(1), 22–46.


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