Shot by the Messenger: An Experimental Examination of the Effects of Party Cues on Public Opinion Regarding National Security and War Professor Matthew Baum, Marvin Kalb Professor of Global Communications, Shorenstein Center, Harvard University Political Behavior, Volume 31, Issue 2 , pp 157-186, Springer.

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Professor Noam Chomsky, MIT,  Andre Vltchek On Western Terrorism: From Hiroshima to Drone Warfare, Pluto Press, 2014

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Professor Peter Hall, Harvard University Successful Societies: How Institutions and Culture Affect Health Peter A. Hall (Editor), Michèle Lamont (Editor) Cambridge University Press, August 2009, ISBN: 9780521516600

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Dr Amin Samman, City University London The 1930s as black mirror: Visions of historical repetition in the global financial press, 2007-2009. Journal of Cultural Economy 5, no. 2 (2012): 213-29.

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To what extent can Marxist accounts of imperialism explain Britain’s relationship with the states of the Gulf Cooperation Council, in the post-Cold War era? David Wearing, SOAS

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The End of the American Era Professor Stephen M. Walt Robert and Renee Belfer Professor of International Affairs International Security Program, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs Harvard University

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Including the Unaffected Michael L. Frazer Associate Professor of Government and Social Studies, Harvard University The Journal of Political Philosophy

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Dr Jonathan Seglow, Royal Holloway Defending Associative Duties. / Seglow, Jonathan. London : Routledge, 2013. 216 p.

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Professor Robert Bates, Harvard University, Boston Bates RH. The New Institutionalism. The Work of Douglas North. (Sened I).; In Press.  

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Professor Quentin Skinner, Princeton University, USA. Barber Beaumont Professor of the Humanities, Queen Mary, University of London. Governance, Sovereignty and Political Representation

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Professor Richard Tuck, Harvard University, USA Democratic Sovereignty and Democratic Government

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Professor Tim Bale, Queen Mary, University of London Bale, Tim (2013) ‘More and More Restrictive—But Not Always Populist: Explaining Variation in the British Conservative Party’s Stance on Immigration and Asylum’, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 21 (1), pp. 25-37.  

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Professor David Armitage,  Lloyd C. Blankfein Professor of History, Harvard University, Cambridge, US Armitage, David. 2013. Foundations of Modern International Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.      

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Dr Shane McCausland, SOAS, London. The Mongol Century: Visual Cultures of Yuan China, 1271-1368. This monograph is under contract with Reaktion Books, London, and is expected to be published in 2014 or 2015. McCausland, Shane (2012) ‘Copying and Transmitting, Knowledge and Nonsense: From the Great Encyclopedia to A Book from the Sky.’ In: Pearce, Nick […]

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Professor Stephen Chan, OBE, School of Oriental and African Studies London Chan, Stephen (2009) The End of Certainty : towards a new internationalism. London; New York: Zed Books.

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Dr Anne Mette Fisker-Nielsen, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Fisker-Nielsen, Anne Mette (2013) ‘Socially Engaged in a Political World: Soka Gakkai as Civil Society.’ Faith in Civil Society – Religious Actors as Drivers of Change . Key Points 1) Fisker-Nielsen, Anne Mette (2012) Religion and Politics in Contemporary Japan: Soka Gakkai Youth and […]

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Dr. Jonathan Hill, Kings College, London Religious Extremism in Northern Nigeria Past and Present: Parallels between the Pseudo-Tijanis and Boko Haram Hill, J. Jun-2013 In : The Round Table: the commonwealth journal of international affairs. 102, 3, p. 235-244  

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Dr. Emilia Onyema, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Onyema, Emilia (2012) ‘The New Ghana ADR Act 2010: A Critical Overview.’ Arbitration International, 28 (1). pp. 101-124.

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Atta Barkindo, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Under the Shadow of Impunity: The Politics of Transitional Justice and Political Violence in North-Eastern Nigeria You may also be interested in: FACULTI – Religious Extremism in Northern Nigeria Past and Present: Parallels between the Pseudo-Tijanis and Boko Haram More Detail

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Dr. Phil Clark, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Clark, Phil (2010) ‘Chasing Cases: The ICC and the Politics of State Referral in the Democratic Republic of Congo and Uganda.’ In: Stahn, Carsten, (ed.), The International Criminal Court and Complementarity: From Theory to Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Professor Stephen Chan OBE, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London The Morality of China in Africa, The Middle Kingdom and the Dark Continent, Zed Books, 2013

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Professor Tim Bale, Queen Mary University, London Bale, Tim, Hough, Dan and Van Kessel, Stijn (2012)  ‘Right to be worried? Three Centre-Left Parties and the Radical Right in the Netherlands, Germany and Great Britain’, in Jens Rydgren (ed) Class Politics and the Radical Right (Routledge).

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