Items where Division is "Languages & Social Sciences > Politics & International Relations" and Year is 2019

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Akhtar, Parveen and Peace, Timothy (2019). Ethnic minorities in British politics:candidate selection and clan politics in the Labour Party. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 45 (11), pp. 1902-1918.

Beattie, Amanda R (2019). The reflexive potential of silence:Emotions, the ‘everyday’ and ethical international relations. Journal of International Political Theory, 15 (2), pp. 229-245.

Beattie, Amanda R and Bird, Gemma (2019). Protests on Samos: demands for rights, freedom and healthcare. UNSPECIFIED.

Beattie, Amanda R, Bird, Gemma, Obradović-Wochnik, Jelena and Rozbicka, Patrycja (2019). Rethinking refugee support: Responding to the crisis in South Eastern Europe. UNSPECIFIED.

Beattie, Amanda R and Hayes, Sarah (2019). Whose domain and whose ontology?:Preserving human radical reflexivity over the efficiency of automatically generated feedback alone. IN: Mobility, Data and Learner Agency in Networked Learning. Bonderup Dohn, Nina; Jandric, Petar; Ryberg, Thomas and de Laat, Maarten (eds) Springer. (In Press)

Beattie, Amanda R, Head, Naomi and Eroukmanhoff, Clara (2019). Introduction: Interrogating the 'everyday' politics of emotions in international relations. Journal of International Political Theory, 15 (2), pp. 136-147.

Bird, Gemma and Beattie, Amanda R (2019). Greece: A tale of two migration stories. UNSPECIFIED.

Bird, Gemma and Beattie, Amanda R (2019). The Power of Volunteers. UNSPECIFIED.

Bird, Gemma and Beattie, Amanda R (2019). Samos: grim winter leads to protests by refugees living in limbo on Greek island. The Conversation Trust (UK).

Bird, Gemma, Obradović-Wochnik, Jelena, Beattie, Amanda R and Rozbicka, Patrycja (2019). Rethinking refugee support: responding to the crisis in South East Europe. Foreign Policy Centre.

Bolleyer, Nicole, Correa, Patricia and Katz, Gabriel (2019). Political Party Mortality in Established Party Systems:A Hierarchical Competing Risks Approach. Comparative Political Studies, 52 (1), pp. 36-68.

Bolleyer, Nicole, Gauja, Anika and Correa, Patricia (2019). Legal Regulation and the Juridification of Party Governance. Journal of Comparative Politics , (In Press)

Cicoli, Giulia, Bird, Gemma and Beattie, Amanda R (2019). Talking migration: What's it like for a refugee on Samos? UNSPECIFIED.

Fitzpatrick, Daniel and Richards, David (2019). The civil service’s gender diversity agenda under the coalition: where have the critical feminist actors gone? British Politics, 14 (2), pp. 198-222.

Glencross, Andrew (2019). ‘Love Europe, Hate the EU’:A genealogical inquiry into populists’ spatio-cultural critique of the European Union and its consequences. European Journal of International Relations ,

Glencross, Andrew (2019). The impact of the Article 50 talks on the EU: Risk aversion and the prospects for further EU disintegration. European View ,

Glencross, Andrew, Gray, Caroline, Gursoy, Yaprak, Rowe, Carolyn S and Szent-Iványi, Balázs (2019). Renewing and Rethinking Bilateralism after Brexit. Aston Centre for Europe.

Gray, Caroline (2019). Afraid of what? Why Islamist terrorism and the Catalan independence question became conflated in representations of the 2017 Barcelona attacks. Bulletin of Spanish Studies, 96 (7), pp. 1113-1133.

Gray, Caroline (2019). Spain: Catalan question dominates ahead of wildly uncertain election. The Conversation Trust (UK).

Gray, Caroline (2019). Spanish election: victory for Socialists as VOX surge fragments right-wing vote. The Conversation Trust (UK).

Grzelczyk, Virginie (2019). Threading on thin ice? Conflict dynamics on the Korean Peninsula. Asia Europe Journal, 17 (1), 31–45.

Grzelczyk, Virginie M (2019). From Balancing to Bandwagoning: Evaluating the Impact of the Sanction Regime on North Korea–Africa Relationships. North Korean Review, 15 (1),

Gursoy, Yaprak (2019). Brexit: Türkiye-Birleşik Krallık-AB İlişkilerinde Siyasi ve Ekonomik Riskler ve Fırsatlar. Istanbul: Foreign Economic Relations Board of Turkey (DEIK).

Gursoy, Yaprak (2019). Moving beyond European and Latin American Typologies:The Peculiarities of AKP’s Populism in Turkey. Journal of Contemporary Asia ,

Jenichen, Anne (2019). The British EU referendum and ethnic minorities:Lessons for European integration. IN: Europeanisation and Renationalisation. Liebert, Ulrike and Jenichen, Anne (eds) Barbara Budrich.

Jenichen, Anne (2019). A Transatlantic Secular Divide?:The Representation of Religion in EU and US Foreign Policy. Foreign Policy Analysis, 15 (4), 451–469.

Jenichen, Anne, Joachim, Jutta and Schneiker, Andrea (2019). Explaining variation in the implementation of global norms:Gender mainstreaming of security in the OSCE and the EU. International Political Science Review, 40 (5), pp. 613-626.

Jenichen, Anne and Liebert, Ulrike (2019). The double-edged nature of crises:Sources of decline; resources for development. IN: Europeanisation and Renationalisation. Liebert, Ulrike and Jenichen, Anne (eds) Barbara Budrich.

Jenichen, Anne and Piatkiewicz, Danielle (2019). How to be "Wunderbar Together":Strengthening the U.S.-German relationship through civil society cooperation. IN: Cooperation or Division? American Institute for Contemporary German Studies.

Leustean, Lucian N (2019). The politics of Orthodox churches in the European Union. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 18 (2-3), pp. 146-157.

Leustean, Lucian N and Samokhvalov, Vsevolod (2019). The Ukrainian National Church, Religious Diplomacy and the Conflict in Donbas. Journal of Orthodox Christian Studies , (In Press)

Obradović-Wochnik, Jelena and Bird, Gemma (2019). The everyday at the border: Examining visual, material and spatial intersections of international politics along the ‘Balkan Route’. Cooperation and Conflict ,

Panichelli Batalla, Stéphanie and Grzelczyk, Virginie (2019). A future, but at what cost? Cuba and the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s quest for sustainable development. Third World Quarterly, 40 (6), pp. 1163-1183.

Rozbicka, Patrycja (2019). Metal Mapping. Riffs: Experimental writing on popular music, July , pp. 8-9.

Scantamburlo, Matthias (2019). Who Represents the Poor? The Corrective Potential of Populism in Spain. Representation ,

Southgate, Laura (2019). China’s sovereignty violations in the East and South China Seas: How should Europe respond? European View ,

Sullivan, Paul and Akhtar, Parveen (2019). The effect of territorial stigmatisation processes on ontological security: A case-study of Bradford politics. Political Geography, 68 , pp. 46-54.

Szabo, Krisztina, Szent-Iványi, Balázs and Tetenyi, Andras (2019). While the cat’s away, will the mice play? Government-NGO relations and the politics of aid in Hungary. IN: Aid Power and Politics. Olivié, Iliana and Pérez, Aitor (eds) UK: Routledge.

Szent-Iványi, Balázs, Reinsberg, Bernhard and Lightfoot, Simon (2019). Small donors in world politics: The role of trust funds in the foreign aid policies of Central and Eastern European donors. European Journal of Development Research, 31 (3), 663–683.

Tetenyi, Andras, Barczikay, Tamas and Szent-Iványi, Balázs (2019). Refugees, not economic migrants:Why do asylum seekers register in Hungary? International Migration, 57 (5), pp. 323-340.

Trantas, Georgios (2019). Greek-Orthodox Religioscapes as Domains of Migratory Integration and Hybridisation in Germany and Great Britain:A Comparative Study. Politics and Religion, 13 (2), pp. 309-332.

Trantas, Georgios (2019). Intra-European mobility, emigration and new dynamics within Greek-Orthodox religioscapes. Working Paper. UNSPECIFIED.

Turner, Edward O (2019). Empowering local government or just passing the austerity buck? The changing balance of central and local government in welfare provision in England 2008-2015. Regional and federal studies, 29 (1), pp. 45-65.

Turner, Edward O, Glencross, Andrew, Bilcik, Vladimir and Green, Simon O (2019). Negotiating as One Europe or several?:The variable geometry of the EU’s approach to Brexit. Contemporary Social Science, 14 (2), pp. 226-241.

Wunderlich, Jens-Uwe (2019). Positioning as Normative Actors:China and the EU in Climate Change Negotiations. Journal of Common Market Studies , (In Press)

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