Please find a list of CRIC publications below.

CRIC researchers occasionally also publish articles that are not meant for specific peer-reviewed journals, but which are directed more towards the general public and public debate. You will find such essays here

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Anine Hagemann (2020). Understanding intervention through multiplicity: protection politics in South Sudan. Globalizations.

Isabel Bramsen (2020). From Civil Resistance to Civil War: Nonstrategic Mechanisms of Militarization in the Syrian Uprising. Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research


Isabel Bramsen (2019). From Civil Resistance to Civil War: Nonstrategic Mechanisms of Militarization in the Syrian Uprising. Peace & Change.

Sara Dybris McQuaid & Sarah Gensburger (eds.) (2019). Special Issue: Administrations of Memory. International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society.

Sara Dybris McQuaid, Henrik Sonne Petersen & Johnston Price (2019): "Historical Dialogues, Collective Memory Work, and the (Dis)continuation of Conflicts", Kritika Kultura 33/34: 702-728.

Bramsen, Isabel, Poul Poder & Ole Wæver (2019): "Resolving International Conflict: Dynamics of Escalation, Continuation and Transformation". Routledge.

Bramsen, Isabel (2019): "Avoiding Violence: Eleven Ways Activists Can Confine Violence in Civil Resistance Campaigns", Conflict Resolution Quarterly 2019: 1-16. DOI: 10.1002/crq.21254.

Hagemann, Anine & Isabel Bramsen (2019): "New Nordic Peace. Nordic Peace and Conflict Resolution Efforts", Nordic Council of Ministers. Accessible here.


Bramsen, Isabel (2018): "How Civil Resistance Succeeds (Or Not): Micro-Dynamics of Unity, Timing, and Escalatory Actions", Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research 01.2018: 61-89.

Bramsen, Isabel (2018): "How Violence Happens (or not)", Psychology of Violence 3(1): 305-315.

Bramsen, Isabel (2018): "Micro-Dynamics of Repression: How Interactions between Protesters and Security Forces Shaped the Bahrani Uprising", Scandinavian Journal of Military Studies (SJMS).

Poder, Poul & Isabel Bramsen (2018): "Emotional Dynamics in Conflict and Conflict Resolution". Berghof Research Center for Constructive Conflict Management. Berlin: Berghof Foundation. pp 2-18

Sylvie Namwase (2018): "Inclusive Dialogue, Freedom of Speech in Rwanda and the Milestone Decision of the African Court in the matter of Victoire Ingabire Umuhoza v Republic of Rwanda" 2 African Human Rights Yearbook 487-508.


Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas (2017): “The Practice of Shared Responsibility in Relation to Private Actor Involvement in Migration Management” in: André Nollkaemper (ed.), The Practice of Shared Responsibility under International Law. Cambridge University Press.

Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas (2017): “Refugee policy as ‘negative nation branding’: The case of Denmark and the Nordics” in: Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook.

McQuaid, Sara Dybris (2017): "Notes on studying Public Policies of Memory: The Parades Commission in Northern Ireland and the institutionalization of memory practices" in: Marguerite Corporaal, Christopher Cusack and Ruud van den Beuken (eds.), Irish Studies and the Dynamics of Memory. Transitions and Transformations. Oxford: Peter Lang: pp. 129-147.

Bah, Abu Bakarr & Nikolas Emmanuel (2017): “Costing Peacebuilding Needs Using the Adjusted Comparative Historical Method”, United Nations Peacebuilding Commission Working Paper, pp. 1-28

Beck, Martin (2017): “How to (Not) Walk the Talk: The Demand for Palestinian Self-Determination as a Challenge for the European Neighbourhood Policy”, European Foreign Affairs Review 22(1): 59-74.

Beck, Martin (2017): “Israeli Foreign Policy: Securitizing Occupation” in: Robert Mason (ed.),  Reassessing Order and Disorder in the Middle East. Regional Imbalance or Disintegration?, Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 173-193. 

Bramsen, Iasbel (2017): "How Civil Resistance Succeeds (Or Not): Micro-dynamics of Unity, Timing, and Escalatory Actions", Peace and Change: A Journal of Peace Research 

Bramsen, Isabel (2017): "Hvorfor endte Syriens ikkevoldelige opstand i borgerkrig?", in Caroline Grøn (ed.): Politologisk Årbog, København: Hans Reitzel

Bramsen, Isabel (2017): “Perceptions of Peace in Costa Rica” in: Anita Rønne, Lin Adrian and Linda Nielsen (eds.): Fred, forsogning og mægling – festskrift for Vibeke Vindeløv, Copenhagen: Jurist- og Økonomforbundets forlag (DJØF) 

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2017): “External Incentives and African Regional Security Cooperation: Lessons from the Lake Chad Basin”, in Olivier J. Walther and William F.S. Miles (eds.), African Border Disorders: Addressing Transnational Extremism in the Sahara-Sahel,  London, UK: Routledge.

Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas and Nikolas F. Tan, (2016/17) “Beyond the Deterrence Paradigm in Global Refugee Policy”, Symposium: Human Rights, Armed Conflict and Mass migration, Suffolk Transnational Law Review, 39:3. 

Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas (2017): “Private Actor Involvement in Migration Management”, in André Nollkaemper (ed.), The Practice of Shared Responsibility under International Law, Cambridge University Press: pp. 527-555.

Gammeltoft-Hansen, Thomas (2017): Foreword to Hannah Arendt, De retsløse og de ydmygede, Copenhagen: Informations forlag.

Jung, Dietrich (2017): “War and State in the Middle East. Reassessing Charles Tilly in a Regional Context,” in: Lars Bo Kaspersen and Jeppe Strandsbjerg (eds.): Does War Make States? Critical Investigations of Charles Tilly’s Historical Sociology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: pp. 221-242

Jung, Dietrich (2017): Muslim History and Social Theory. A Global Sociology of Modernity, New York: Palgrave, pages 133

Kessing, Peter Vedel (2017): “Transnational operations carried out from a State’s own territory – Armed drones and the extraterritorial effect of international human rights conventions” in: Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen and Jens Vedsted-Hansen (eds.), Human Rights and the Dark Side of Globalisation, Routledge, pp. 81-99.

Parlevliet, Michelle (2017): "The Transformative Potential of Human Rights in Conflict Resolution," in C Fuentes Julio and P. Drumond (eds). Human Rights and Conflict Resolution. Bridging the Theoretical and Practical Divide. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 16-40.


Austin, Jonathan Luke (2016): 'Torture and the Material-Semiotic Networks of Violence Across Borders' International Political Sociology (2016) 0, 1–19

Beck, Martin (2016): “’Watching and Waiting’ and ‘Much Ado about Nothing’? Making Sense of the Israeli Response to the Arab Uprisings,” Palgrave Communications 2 (79): 1-10.

Bilgin, Pinar (2016): ‘'Contrapuntal reading' as a method, an ethos and a metaphor for Global IR’ International Studies Review 18:1, pp. 1-13

Bilgin, Pinar (2016): ‘Beyond the “Billard Ball” Model of the World?’ European Political

Bilgin, Pinar (2016) ‘Temporalizing Security: Securing the Citizen, Insecuring the Immigrant in the Mediterranean’ In: Anna M. Agathangelou & Kyle D. Killian (eds.) Time, Temporality and Violence in International Relations: (De)Fatalizing the Present, Forging Radical Alternatives London: Routledge

Bilgin, Pinar, A. Acharya & LHM Ling (2016) ‘Presidential special issue’ International Studies Review 18(1)

Bilgin, Pinar (2016) ‘How to remedy Eurocentrism in IR? A complement and a challenge to The Global Transformation' International Theory  8(3), pp. 492-501

Bilgin, Pinar (2016) ‘What is the Point about Sykes-Picot’ Global Affairs (online first: 11 Oct 2016)

Bramsen, Isabel; Vindeløv, Vibeke; Boye Nielsen, Jørn (2016): International Konfliktløsning. København: Samfundslitteratur

Bramsen, Isabel, Simone Molin Friss & Alexei Tsinovoi (2016) ‘Introduction: New Media and Conflict in the Middle East’ Politik 19(4) pp. 4-10 

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2016): 'Third-Party Incentive Strategies and Conflict Management in Africa'. Air and Space Power Journal, 03.2016, p. 14

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2016): 'Donors Push Burundi to the Brink as "La Crise" Deepens'. Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, March 29th 2016

Jung, Dietrich, Martin Beck and Peter Seeberg (ed.) (2016): The Levant in Turmoil. Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics New York: Palgrave

Jung, Dietrich (2016): ‘Introduction: Political Turmoil and Social Transformation in the Levant’ In Beck, Jung, and Seeberg: The Levant in Turmoil. Changing Political Landscapes in the Middle East, New York: Palgrave

Jung, Dietrich (2016): ‘Turmoil in the Levant: Inconclusive Conclusions’ In Beck, Jung, and Seeberg: The Levant in Turmoil. Changing Political Landscapes in the Middle East, New York: Palgrave

Jung, Dietrich (2016): 'Understanding the Multiple Voices of Islamic Modernities: The Case of Jihad'. Temenos 52 (1): 61-85

Jung, Dietrich & Kirstine Sinclair (2016): 'Modernitet, subjektivitet og religion. Hizb ut-Tahrirs forstillinger om den moderne muslim'. TEMP – tidsskrift for historie 12: 130-147

Jung, Dietrich & Klaus Schlichte (2016): 'Was wissen wir über den ‘Islamischen Staat’?' Wissenschaft und Frieden 3/2016: 21-25

Jung, Dietrich (2016): 'The Search for Meaning in War: Foreign Fighters in a Comparative Perspective'. IAI Working Papers 16/02, Istituto Affari Internazionali Rome

Jung, Dietrich & Klaus Schlichte (2016): Im Schatten der Gewalt: die vielen Gesichter des Islamischen Staat In: Friedensgutachten 2016: Fluchtursachen in den Fokus: Verantwortung Übernehmen, LIT Verlag: 194-206

Kerrigan, Fergus (2016): 'African Universities and rights in African polities, cultures and communities: Africanising universal knowledge?' In: Hanne Kirstine Adriansen, Lene Møller Madsen & Stig Jensen (eds.): Higher Education and Capacity Building in Africa: The geography and power of knowledge under changing conditions. Abingdon: Routledge, 2016. p. 216-235  (Routledge Studies in African Development)

Lang, Shuai (2016): ‘"One Belt and One Road” Strategy and China’s Overseas Interests Protection: Challenges and Opportunities (in Chinese), International Observation (Guoji Guancha) 63-64(5-6), pp.11-15

Lang, Shuai (2016): ‘How the Crisis in the South China Sea Escalated – The Strategic Mistakes and Misplaced Issues’ (in Chinese), International Observation (Guoji Guancha) 63-64(5-6), pp.39-43

Leander, Anna & Rita Abrahamsen (eds.) (2016): Routledge Handbook of Private Security Studies. London, Routledge

Leander, Anna (2016): ‘The politics of whitelisting: Regulatory work and topologies in commercial security’ Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 34, no. 1
(2016): 48-66

Leander, Anna (2016) ‘Digital/Commercial Visibility: The Politics of DAESH Recruitment Videos’ European Journal of Social Theory (Online before print: September 22, 2016)

Leander, Anna (2016) ‘The Panama Papers: On the Precarious Democratic Potential of Leaks’ (in Arabic). In DemocracyAhram, pp. 36-41 Cairo: Al-Ahram

Leander, Anna (2016): ‘Interviewing Pierre Bourdieu (1930-2002) About Bourdieu and International Relations.’ In Richard Ned Lebow, Hidemi Suganami and Peer Schouten (eds.) The Return of the Theorists pp. 335-41. London: Palgrave

Leander Anna , Marieke  de Goede & Gavin Sullivan (2016): 'Introduction: The Politics of the List' Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, Vol. 34,  No. 1, 2016, p. 3-13

McQuaid, Sara Dybris (2016): 'Passive Archives or Storages for Action? Storytelling Projects in Northern Ireland' Irish Political Studies (e-pub ahead of print)

Møller, Bjørn (2016): ’Verden har glemt Libyen,’ In: Clement Kærsgaard (ed.) Kampen om Mellemøstens fremtid Kbh.: Ræsons Forlag, pp. 76-106. 

Ratta, Donatella Della (2016): 'Just a Bunch of Geeks?: How an elite of "techies" shaped a digital culture in the Arab regionand Contributed to the Making of the Arab Uprisings' in Tarik Sabry & Layal Ftouni (erd.): Arab Subcultures: Transformations in Theory anad Practice. London: I.B. Tauris

Ratta, Donatella Della (2016): 'The Whisper Strategy: How Syrian Dramamakers Shape Television Fiction in the Context of Authoritarianism and Commodification' in Christa Salamandra & Leif Stenberg (eds.): Syria under Bashar al Asad 2000-2010, vol. 2. N.Y, Syracuse University Press

Ratta, Donatella Della (2016): 'Al-Ghouta Expanded: For an Ethnography of Places that Are No Longer' CyberOrient: Online Journal of the Virtual Middle East (In print)

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2016): 'A Typology of Fatwas', Die Welt des Islams, vol. 55, No. 3-4 2016, pp. 1-8

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2016): ‘A Religious Media Revolution? The Syrian Conflict and Mediated Sunni Authority’ Politik 19(4) pp. 55-66

Wessels, Josepha (2016): 'Valleys of Hope and Despair: Peace Building through Independent Environmental Documentaries' in Sebastian Kim, Pauline Kollontai, Sue Yore (eds.):Mediating Peace: Reconciliation through Visual Art, Music and Film. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars publishing

Wessels, Josepha (2016): 'Qanat Romani : the Rehabilitation of Ancient Underground Water Tunnels in Syria'. In: John Kuhlmann Madsen, Nils Overgaard Andersen & Ingolf Thuesen (eds.): Water of life: Essays from a symposium held on the occasion of Peder Mortensen's 80th birthday. Copenhagen: Orbis Books, 2016. p. 160-166  (Proceedings of the Danish Institute in Damascus, Vol. 11)

Wæver, Ole (2016): 'Still a Discipline after All These Debates?'. In Tim Dunne, Milja Kurki & Steve Smith (eds.): International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity. 4th edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Wæver, Ole (2016): 'Danmark i krig, igen og igen' in: Peter Vedel Kessing & Andreas Laursen (eds.): Robust mandat : juridiske udfordringer ved danske militære missioner i det 21. århundrede. Copenhagen: DJØF Forlag (in press)

Wæver, Ole (2016): 'After the Return to Theory : The Past, Present, and Future of Security Studies' in: Alan Collins (ed.): Contemporary Security Studies. 4. ed. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. p. 417-435

Wæver, Ole (2016) ‘Review of Jarrod Hayes, Constructing National Security: U.S. Relations with India and China. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2013’ H-Diplo/ISSF, 2016


Austin, Jonathan Luke (2015): 'We have never been civilized: Torture and the materiality of world political binaries', European Journal of International Relations. Published online November 26th

Beck, Martin and Simone Hüser (2015): “Jordan and the ‘Arab Spring’: No Challenge, No Change?,” Middle East Critique 24(1), January 2015

Bilgin, Pinar (2015): ‘Region, Security, Regional Security: “Whose Middle East?” Revisited’ In: Elizabeth Monier Iskander (ed.) Regional Insecurity After the Arab Uprisings. Basingstoke:Palgrave Macmillan

Bilgin, Pinar (2015): '”Whose ‘Middle East”? Geopolitical Inventions and Practices of Security’ In: Morten Valbjorn & Fred Lawson International Relations of the Middle East. London: Sage

Bilgin, Pinar (2015): ‘Arguing Against Security Communitarianism’ Critical Studies on Security vol.3, no.2. (2015) 176-181

Bilgin, Pınar & Başak İnce (2015): ‘Ontological (In)security of “Included” Citizens: The case of Early Republican Turkey (1923-1946)’ In: Bahar Rumelili (ed.) Ontological Security and Conflict Resolution. New York: Routledge

Bilgin, Pınar &  Başak İnce (2015) ‘Security and Citizenship in the Global South: In/securing Citizens in Early Republican Turkey (1923-1946)’ International Relations 29(4), pp. 500-520

Bilgin, Pinar, Murat Yeşiltaş & Sezgi Durgun (eds.) (2015): Türkiye Dünyanın Neresinde?
Hayali Coğrafyalar, Çarpışan Anlatılar [Where is Turkey? Imaginary Geographies,
Clashing Narratives]. İstanbul: Koç University Press

Björkdahl, A. and I. Gusic (2015) ‘Global’ norms and ‘local’ agency – frictional peacebuilding in Kosovo’ Journal of International Relations and Development 18(3), pp. 265-287

Björkdahl, A. & J. Mannergren Selimovic (2015) ‘Gendering Agency in Transitional Justice’ Security Dialogue 46(2), pp. 165-182

Björkdahl, A and I Gusic (2015) ‘'Global’ norms and ‘local’ agency – frictional peacebuilding in Kosovo’ Journal of International Relations and Development 18(3), pp. 265-287

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2015): 'African peacekeepers in Africa: The role of United States assistance and training', African Security Review, vol. 24, No. 1

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2015): 'Peace Incentives: Economic Aid and Peace Processes in Africa', African Conflict and Peacebuilding Review, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 1-32.

Jung, Dietrich & Kristine Sinclair (2015): 'Multiple Modernities, Modern Subjectivities and Social Order: Unity and Difference in the Rise of Islamic Modernities'. Thesis Eleven 130(1), pp. 22-42

Jung, Dietrich (2015): 'Review of Hamid Reza Yousefi (ed.), Demokratie im Islam. Analysen - Theorien - Perspektiven, Münster and New York:Waxmann 2014' Contemporary Islam. May 2015, pp. 1-2

Jung, Dietrich (2015): 'Foreign Fighters: Comparative Reflections on Syria and Spain' Middle East Insights No. 132, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, September 2015.

Jung, Dietrich (2015): 'Sociology, Protestant Theology, and the Concept of Modern Religion: William Robertson Smith and the ‘Scientification’ of Religion', Journal of Religion in Europe, 8 (2015): 335-364.

Leander, Anna (2015): 'Afterword' in Gender and Private Security in Global Politics. Ed. Maya Eichler. Oxford University Press

Leander, Anna (2015): 'Towards a global conversation', Contexto Internacional, Vol. 27 No. 3, 2015 pp. 945-973

Leander, Anna (2015): 'Seen and Unseen: Hybrid Rule in International Security' In: Shelly Hurt & Ronnie Lipschutz (eds.): Hybrid Rule and State Formation: Public-Private Power in the 21st Century. Abingdon: Routledge (RIPE Series in Global Political Economy) pp. 143-159

Leander, Anna (2015): ‘Mercados transgresores de seguridad : Una mercancía en disputa y sus prácticas de mercado’ Relaciones Internacionales, No. 30, 2015, p. 117-137

Leander, Anna (2015): 'Introduction: The Impossible Return Journey' Contexto Internacional, Vol. 37, No. 3, 2015, p. 839-850

Leander, Anna (2015): ‘Strong Objectivity in Security Studies: Ethnographic Contributions to Method Development.’ International Studies Perspectives (ISA)  (2015), pp. 1–14

McQuaid, Sara Dybris (2015): 'Parading Memory and Re-member-ing Conflict: Collective Memory in Transition in Northern Ireland'. International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society. Published online October 26th 2015

McQuaid, Sara Dybris (2015):‘Book rewiew: Commemoration as Conflict: Space, Memory and Identity in Peace Processes / Sara McDowell and Maire Braniff Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 224pp.’ Irish Political Studies, 25 Jun 2015

McQuaid, Sara Dybris (2015): ‘Book Review: Talking Stones: The Politics of Memorialization in Post-conflict Northern Ireland’ Irish Political Studies February 3rd 2015

Møller, Bjørn (2015): 'R2P: Hvorfor Libyen, men ikke Syrien?' in Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien. Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Jurist- og økonomforbundets forlag pp. 179-188

Møller, Bjørn (2015): 'Et småstatsperspektiv: Den humanitære udfordring' in Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien. Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Jurist- og økonomforbundets forlag pp. 199-215

Møller, Bjørn (2015): 'Konklusion og perspektiver' in Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien. Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Jurist- og økonomforbundets forlag pp. 217-220

Poder, Poul (2015): 'Mod - satsninger i mange former og grader' in: Inger Glavind Bo; Michael Hviid Jacobsen (eds.): Hverdagslivets følelser: tilstande, relationer, kulturer. Copenhage: Hans Reitzel, p. 281-302 

Ratta, Donatella Della (2015): 'Violence and Visibility in Contemporary Syria: An Ethnography of the “Expanded Places”'. Cyber Orient - Online Journal of the Virtual Middle East 9(1)

Ratta, Donatella Della (2015): 'Tarek Ben Ammar: The Networked Entrepeneur' in Donatella Della Ratta, Naomi Sakr and Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen (eds.): Arab Media Moguls. London I.B. Tauris

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2015): 'Sharia, Human Rights and Everything Good'. Published by Danish Institute for Human Rights

Skovgaard-Petersen, Kakob (2015): 'Arab Media Moguls: An Introduction' in Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen, Donatella Della Ratta & Naomi Sakr (eds.): Arab Medai Moguls. London: I.B. Tauris

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2015): New Media in the Muslim World' in The Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam and Politics, Vol. 2. Oxford University Press, pp. 183-188

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2015): Sameksistens og sekreianisme i Syrien' in Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien: Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Jurist- og økonomforbundets forlag, pp. 61-74

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob, Margit Bendtsen & Ingolf Thuesen (eds.) (2015): SFINX - Syriske portrætter. Edited journal volume. Forlaget Orbis

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2015): 'Opstandens store sheiker'. SFINX, Vol. 38, No 4 pp. 12-16

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob & Mathias Rohe (2015): 'The Ambivalent Embrace of Liberalism: The Draft Program of the Freedom and Justice Party in Egypt'. In Meir Hatina & Christoph Schumann (eds.): Arab Liberal Thought after 1967: Old Dilemmas, New Perceptions. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 195-214

Wessels, Joshka (2015): 'Syrian Masquerades' in Masquerades of War. Ed. Christine Sylvester. Routledge, UK

Wessels, Josepha(2015): '"Playing the Game", Identity and Perception-of-the-Other in Water Cooperation in the Jordan River Basin'. Hydrological Sciences Journal (In print)

Wessels, Josepha(2015) 'Challenging hydro-hegemony: hydro-politics and local resistance in the Golan Heights and the Palestinian territories', International Journal of Environmental Studies (In print)

Wessels, Josepha(2015): The Role of Video Recordings in the Collelctive Memory of the Syrian Uprising' in Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien. Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Jurist- og økonomforbundets forlag

Wessels, Josepha (2015): 'Down to the River: Identity, Citizenship, Security, Borders and Water at the Occupied Golan Heights' Middle East Critique vol. 24(3) pp. 269-287

Wessels, Josepha (2015): 'From a Traditional Qanat Village in Syria to a Small Dutch Town'. SFINX, Vol 38, Nr 4, pp. 54-59

Wessels, Josepha (2015): 'Videooptagelser og den kollektive erindring'. In Søren Schmidt & Bjørn Møller (eds.): Konflikten i Syrien: Årsager, konsekvenser og handlemuligheder. Copenhagen: Djøf Forlag

Wæver, Ole & Barry Buzan (2015): 'After the Return to Theory: The Past, Present and Future of Security Studies'. In Alan Collins (ed.): Contemporary Security Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press

Wæver, Ole (2015): 'The History and Social Structure of Security Studies as a Practico-Academic Field' in Trine Villumsen & Christian Bueger (ed.): Capturing Security Expertise: Practice, Power and Responsibility. Routledge pp. 76-106

Wæver, Ole (2015): 'The Theory Act: Responsibility and Exactitude as seen from Securitization' International Relations vol. 29(1), pp. 121-127

Wæver, Ole (2015): 第四章 和平与安全: 两个不断演变的概念以及二者之间变化的关系 in

全球化和环境挑战 : 21世纪的安全观重构


Beck, Martin (2014), “The Arab Spring as a Challenge to Political Science,” in The International Politics of the Arab Spring, edited by Robert Mason, New York: Palgrave

Beck, Martin (2014), “The Concept of Regional Power as Applied to the Middle East,” Regional Powers in the Middle East. New Constellations after the Arab Revolts, edited by Henner Fürtig, New York: Palgrave

Bramsen, Isabel & Poul Poder (2014): 'Theorizing Three Basic Emotional Dynamics of Conflicts: A Situational Research Agenda'. Peace Research46(2), pp. 51-86

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2014), “Peace Dividends and Peace Implementation in Africa’s Recent Past”, in Muna Ndulo and Nicolas van de Walle (eds.), Problems, Promises and Paradoxes of Aid: Africa’s Experience, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 211-237.

Emmanuel, Nikolas “Help Yourself: Recent Trends in African Peacekeeping in Africa”, Air and Space Power Journal – Africa and Francophonie, 5(4), December 2014, pp. 3-17. (aussi publié en français – “Aidez-vous vous-mêmes ! Tendances récentes de maintien de la paix en Afrique par les Africains”)

Jung, D. (2014). The’Ottoman-German Jihad’: Lessons for the Contemporary ‘Area Studies’ Controversy. British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 41(1): pp. 1-19.

Jung, D., Petersen, M. J. & Sparre, S. L. (2014) Politics of Modern Muslim Subjectivities. Islam, Youth, and Social Activism in the Middle East, New York: Palgrave MacMillan

Jung, D. and Marie Juul Petersen. (2014). “We Think that this Job Pleases Allah”: Islamic Charity, Social Order, and the Construction of Modern Muslim Selfhoods in Jordan. International Journal of Middle East Studies 46: pp. 285-306

Jung, Dietrich and Kirstine Sinclair. 2014. Modernitet og moderniteter: Subjektivitet og social orden I konstruktionen af islamiske moderniteter, Dansk Sociologi, 25 (2): 51-75

Leander, Anna. Essential and Embattled Expertise, Politik, Vol. 17,  No. 2, 2014, p. 26-37

Leander, Anna. Understanding US National Intelligence: Analyzing Practices to Capture the Chimera. in The Return of the Public in Global Governance. ed. /Jacqueline Best; Alexandra Gheciu. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press  2014

Møller, Bjørn (2014). 'Refugees, Prisoners and Camps : A Functional Analysis of the Phenomenon of Encampment' (Book). Houndmills, Basingstoke, UK : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014. 152 s.

Ratta, Donatella Della (2014): 'Remixing the Spring!: Connective Leadership and Read-Write Practices in the 2011 Arab Uprisings' In Padovani, Claudia & Calabrese, Andrew (ed.): Communication rights and social justice, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014

Skovgaard-Petersen, Jakob (2014): 'Konflikten i Syrien - I Syriske og Arabiske medier' in Lars Cramer-Larsen & Carsten Jensen (ed.): Borgerkrigen i Syrien: Historisk, politisk og militært. Forsvarsakademiets Forlag

Skovgaard-Petersen (2014): 'Al-Haram: Klippen hvor konflikterne sprang' in Michael Bach Henriksen & Kasper Bro Larsen (ed.): Jerusalem. Aarhus Universitetsforlag

Wæver, Ole. (2014). Cooperative Security: A New Concept? In: Trine Flockhart (ed.): NATO's partnerships in a changing world. København: DIIS (DIIS Report 2014; 01).

Wæver, Ole (2014). ' Open science to fight big threats like the nuclear bomb.' The Conversation


Emmanuel, Nikolas (2013) 'Democratization in Malawi: Responding to International and Domestic Pressures'African and Asian Studies , 12(4), pp. 415-434.

Emmanuel, Nikolas (2013): '‘With a Friend like this . . .’: Shielding Cameroon from Democratization' Journal of Asian and African Studies, 48(2)

Greenwood, M. T. & Wæver, O. (2013) 'Copenhagen - Cairo on a Roundtrip: A Security Theory Meets the Revolution', Security Dialogue, vol. 44(5-6), pp. 485-506.

Jung, Dietrich (2013): 'Islamic Studies and Religious Reform: Ignaz Goldziher - A Crossroads of Judaism, Christianity and Islam', Islam - Journal of the History and Culture of the Middle East, 90(1) pp. 106-126

Leander, A. (2013) 'Technological Agency in the Co-Constitution of Legal Expertise and the US Drone Program', Leiden Journal of International Law, vol. 26 (4), pp. 811-831.

Leander, A. (2013) ' Marketing Security Matters: Undermining De-Securitization through Acts of Citizenship', in Guillaume, X. & Huysmans, J. (eds.), Security and Citizenship: The Constitution of Political Being, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 147-213.

Leander, A. & Aalberts, T. (2013) 'Introduction to the Symposium: The Co-Constitution of Legal Expertise and International Security', Leiden Journal of International Law, vol. 26 (4), pp 783-92.

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