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  • McInnes, Colin; Lee, Kelley (2006-02-27)
    Over the past decade, health has become an increasingly important international issue and one which has engaged the attention of the foreign and security policy community. This article examines the emerging relationship ...
  • Clark, Ian (Oxford University Press, 2011-04-07)
    Adopting an English School approach, the book suggests that hegemony be regarded as an institution of international society. It explores this notion historically through the Concert of Europe, Pax britannica and Pax ...
  • Kurki, Milja Helena; Sicnlair, Adriana (2010-01-01)
    This article argues that constructivism in International Relations (IR) suffers from certain important shortcomings in its analysis of the idea of social context. Specifically it is argued that constructivists fail to ...
  • Jackson, Peter; Siegel, Jennifer (Praeger, 2005)
    Intelligence has never been a more important factor in international affairs than it is today. Since the end of the Second World War, vast intelligence bureaucracies have emerged to play an increasingly important role in ...
  • McInnes, C. J. (2008-07-01)
  • McInnes, Colin (2009-02-11)
    The argument that there is a link between conflict and the spread of HIV has become commonplace in both the academic and policy world. This is particularly so for sub-Saharan Africa given the combination of an HIV pandemic ...
  • McInnes, Colin (2011-04)
    The causes and consequences of HIV and AIDS are social are well as biomedical. Given the scale of the pandemic, understanding the social dimensions of HIV and AIDS is vital. One key argument is that there is a link between ...
  • McInnes, Colin (Ashgate Publishing, 2007)
    The political impact of HIV/AIDS varies greatly and is difficult to map. States depend on how governments choose to manage the political implications of HIV and AIDS, both those stemming from the erosions of its own capacity ...
  • McInnes, Colin; Rushton, Simon Berkeley (2010)
    In this paper we offer a preliminary examination of the securitisation of HIV/AIDS. In the first half of the last decade there was a widespread assumption that HIV/AIDS had been successfully securitised. We argue that in ...
  • McInnes, Colin John; Rushton, Simon Berkeley (2013-03-20)
    This article uses an analysis of the securitization of HIV/AIDS as a basis for proposing three contributions to securitization theory. Beginning with an examination of some of the key debates which have taken place between ...
  • McInnes, Colin John (2006-03)
    The UN and its associated agencies have been among the most important players in increasing global AIDS awareness. But the intervention of the Security Council has been critical in securitizing HIV/AIDS. Moreover, the ...
  • McInnes, Colin; Rushton, Simon (2010-01)
    HIV/AIDS is one of the greatest single causes of death and suffering on the planet. Over the last decade the societal impact of HIV/AIDS has been widely discussed in terms of national and international security. This article ...
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    Gunning, Jeroen (University of Pennsylvania Press/ Norwegian Institute of International Affairs, 2007)
    The wave of civil wars, terror attacks, and insurgencies over the last half century has redefined our notion of protracted conflicts. While the American news media have devoted primary coverage to the threat posed by ...
  • Fothergill, Mick; Rees, M. Elaine (2005)
  • Clark, Ian (2009-09-30)
    Waltzian analysis proceeds from the distinction between the ordering principles of anarchy and hierarchy. This raises the large question whether the introduction of pockets of ‘authority’ would represent a fundamental ...
  • Wheeler, Nicholas (Georgetown University Press, 2004)
    What obligations do nations have to protect citizens of other nations? As responsibility to our fellow human beings and to the stability of civilization over many years has ripened fully into a concept of a 'just war,' it ...
  • Wheeler, Nicholas (Oxford University Press, 2008)
    Non-intervention is commonly understood as the norm in international society, but should military intervention be permissible when governments massively violate the human rights of their citizens, are unable to prevent ...
  • Wheeler, Nicholas (Oxford University Press, 2003)
    This edited book investigates the controversial place of humanitarian intervention in the theory and practice of International Relations. Although the subject has gained greater prominence, it continues to have an uneasy ...
  • Kurki, M. (2011-10-31)
    This short contribution seeks to engender better understandings of the role of human rights advocacy as part of democracy promotion. The two agendas have been seen as conjoined and harmonious by most aid donors; yet ...
  • Glyn, John (University of Wales AberystwythPrifysgol Cymru AberystwythInternational PoliticsGwleidyddiaeth Ryngwladol, 2006)
    Dosrennir y dilyniant dadleuon yn yr ymdriniaeth hon, yn dair pennod, gyda'r cynnwys fel a ganlyn- 1. Amlinelliad o'r dealltwriaethau traddodiadol o ystyr 'trefedigaethu'. Y modd y syrthia Cymru yn fyr o'r nodau cydnabyddedig; ...

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