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Blakeley, Georgina (2004). Building local democracy in Barcelona. Studies in Political Science (21). Edwin Mellen Press.

Blakeley, Georgina and Evans, Brendan (2013). The Regeneration of East Manchester: A Political Analysis. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Brown, William (2001). The European Union and Africa: the restructuring of north-south relations. Library of International Relations. I.B. Tauris.

Heffernan, Richard (2000). New Labour and Thatcherism: Political Change in Britain. Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan.

Hirst, Paul; Thompson, Grahame and Bromley, Simon (2009). Globalization in Question (3rd edition). Cambridge, UK / Malden, MA, USA: Polity.

Suarez, Marcial A.G.; Villa, Rafael Duarte and Weiffen, Brigitte (2017). Power Dynamics and Regional Security in Latin America. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Blakeley, Georgina and Bryson, Valerie eds. (2007). The impact of feminism on political concepts and debates. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Bloom, Tendayi; Tonkiss, Katherine and Cole, Phillip eds. (2017). Understanding Statelessness. Routledge.

Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. (2000). The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Macmillan Press Ltd.

Brown, William and Harman, Sophie eds. (2013). African Agency In International Politics. Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations. London: Routledge.

Chadwick, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard eds. (2003). The New Labour Reader. UK: Polity Press.

Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora eds. (2013). Europe After Derrida: Crisis and Potentialities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Czajka, Agnes and O'Brien, Aine eds. (2021). Art, Migration and the Production of Radical Democratic Citizenship. Frontiers of the Political. Rowman and Littlefield International (In Press).

Dunleavy, Patrick; Gamble, Andrew; Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gillian eds. (2003). Developments in British Politics. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dunleavy, Patrick; Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. (2006). Developments in British Politics 8. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. (2011). Developments in British Politics 9. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard and Thompson, Grahame eds. (2011). Politics and Power in the UK (3rd ed.). Power, Dissent, Equality: Understanding Contemporary Politics. Milton Keynes: Open University.

Lewis, Paul ed. (2001). Party development and democratic change in post-communist Europe. Democratization studies. UK: Routledge.

Tonkiss, Katherine and Bloom, Tendayi eds. (2017). Theorising Noncitizenship: Concepts, Debates and Challenges. Routledge.

White, Stephen; Batt, Judy and Lewis, Paul G. eds. (2003). Developments in Central and East European Politics 3. UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

White, Stephen; Batt, Judy and Lewis, Paul G. eds. (2007). Developments in Central and East European politics 4. Houndmills, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Birge, Lucy and Chatterje-Doody, Precious N (2021). Russian Public Diplomacy: Questioning Certainties in Uncertain Times. In: Surowiec, Pawel and Manor, Ilan eds. Public Diplomacy and the Politics of Uncertainty. Palgrave Macmillan Series in Global Public Diplomacy. Palgrave.

Blakeley, Georgina (2007). Democracy and Democratisation. In: Blakeley, Georgina and Bryson, Valerie eds. The impact of feminism on political concepts and debates. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 92–109.

Blakeley, Georgina (2018). Misplaced faith? Implementing Spain's 2007 Reparation Law. In: Chainoglou, Kalliopi; Collins, Barry; Phillips, Michael and Strawson, John eds. Injustice, Memory and Faith in Human Rights. Routledge, pp. 153–168.

Blakeley, Georgina (2014). Conflict and deliberation. In: Elstub, Stephen and McLaverty, Peter eds. Deliberative Democracy: Issues and Cases. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 17–33.

Blakeley, Georgina (2001). Clientelism in the building of state and civil society in Spain. In: Piattoni, Simona ed. Clientelism, interests and democratic representation: the European experience in historical and comparative perspective. Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Blakeley, Georgina and Evans, B.J. (2017). Leading the way? The relationship between 'Devo-Manc', Combined Authorities and the Northern Powerhouse. In: Berry, Craig and Giovannini, Arianna eds. Developing England’s North: The Political Economy of the Northern Powerhouse. Building a Sustainable Political Economy: SPERI Research & Policy (SPERIRP). London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 199–216.

Bloom, Tendayi (2016). Migration in a World of Citizens, Nonsensical Morality and Academia’s Role in Addressing Hidden Poverty. In: Gaisbauer, Helmut P.; Schweiger, Gottfried and Sedmak, Clemens eds. Ethical Issues in Poverty Alleviation. Springer, pp. 247–258.

Bloom, Tendayi (2016). Privatised Migration Management in the Mediterranean Region and Sub-Saharan Migration Decision-Making. In: Gebrewold, Belachew and Bloom, Tendayi eds. Understanding Migrant Decisions: From Sub-Saharan Africa to the Mediterranean Region. Routledge.

Bloom, Tendayi (2015). London’s ‘Ghosts’: The Capital and the UK Policy of Destitution of Refused Asylum-Seekers. In: Kerhsen, Anne J. ed. London the Promised Land Revisited: The Changing Face of the London Migrant Landscape in the Early 21st Century. Ashgate.

Bloom, Tendayi (2015). Composing Theories of Justice in an Unjust World: Using a Methodology of Interdisciplinary Iterative Analysis to Examine the UK Policy of Destitution of Refused Asylum Seekers. In: Nair, Parvati and Bloom, Tendayi eds. Migration Across Boundaries: Linking Research to Practice and Experience. Ashgate, pp. 49–68.

Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard (2000). Introduction. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Macmillan Press Ltd, pp. 1–8.

Brown, William (2016). Navigating uneven and combined development: Britain’s Africa policy in historical perspective’. In: Anievas, Alex and Matin, Kamran eds. Historical Sociology and World Politics: Uneven and Combined Development over the Longue Durée. Global Dialogues: Developing Non-Eurocentric IR and IPE. London: Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 149–169.

Brown, William (2004). From uniqueness to uniformity?: An assessment of EU development aid policies. In: Arts, Karin and Dickson, Anna K. eds. EU development co-operation: from model to symbol. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, pp. 17–41.

Brown, William (2019). Labour, international development and Africa: policy rethinking in opposition. In: Beswick, D.; Fisher, J. and Hurt, S. eds. Britain and Africa in the Twenty-First Century: Between ambition and pragmatism. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Brown, William and Harman, Sophie (2013). African agency in international politics: an introduction. In: Brown, William and Harman, Sophie eds. African Agency in International Politics. Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations. London: Routledge, (In press).

Chatterje-Doody, P. N. (2015). Russia rising? The normative renaissance of multinational organizations. In: Gaskarth, Jamie ed. Rising powers, global governance, and global ethics. London: Routledge, pp. 173–194.

Chatterje-Doody, P. N. (2015). Competition for co-operation: Roles and Realities in Russian Foreign Policy. In: Lane, David and Samokhvalov, V. eds. The Eurasian Project and Europe. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 203–217.

Chatterje-Doody, Precious N. and Crilley, Rhys (2019). Populism and Contemporary Global Media: Populist Communication Logics and the Co-construction of Transnational Identities. In: Stengel, Frank A.; MacDonald, David B. and Nabers, Dirk eds. Populism and World Politics: Exploring Inter- and Transnational Dimensions. Global Political Sociology. Springer Nature Switzerland, pp. 73–99.

Czajka, Agnes (2009). Europe’s Other: Europe, Europeanization and the Refugee. In: Arslan, Savaş; Aytar, Volkan; Karaosmanoğlu, Defne and Kırca Schroeder, Süheyla eds. Beyond Boundaries: Media, Culture and Identity in Europe. Istanbul: Bahçeşehir University Press, pp. 62–70.

Czajka, Agnes (2013). The potential of sanctuary: acts of sanctuary through the lens of camp. In: Lippert, Randy K. and Rehaag, Sean eds. Sanctuary Practices in International Perspectives: Migration, Citizenship and Social Movements. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 43–56.

Czajka, Agnes (2020). Rituals of resistance and the struggle over democracy in Turkey. In: Pike, Sarah M.; Salomonsen, Jone and Tremlett, Paul-François eds. Ritual and Democracy: Protests, Publics and Performances. Equinox Publishing, pp. 11–30.

Czajka, Agnes (2020). Hospitable Democracy: Democracy and Hospitality in Times of Crisis. In: Salomonsen, Jone; Houseman, Michael; Pike, Sarah M and Harvey, Graham eds. Reassembling Democracy: Ritual as Cultural Resource. Bloomsbury Academic.

Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora (2013). Introduction: What will become of Europe? In: Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora eds. Europe After Derrida: Crisis and Potentiality. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 1–8.

Haakonsson, S. J. and Thompson, G. F. (2010). Myten Om de store danske virksomheder i globaliseringen. In: Kaspersen, Lars Bo; Lund, Joachim and Petersen, Ole Helby eds. Offentligt eller privat? Public or private? Historiske og aktuelle udfordringer i politik og økonomi Historical and current challenges in politics and economics. Copenhagen, Denmark: DJOF.

Heffernan, Richard (2000). Leaders and followers: the politics of the parliamentary Labour party. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 246–267.

Heffernan, Richard (2000). Beyond Euro-Scepticism? Labour and the European Union since 1945. In: Brivati, Brian and Heffernan, Richard eds. The Labour Party: A Centenary History. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 383–401.

Heffernan, Richard (2003). The New Labour Phenomenon. In: Chadwick, Andrew and Heffernan, Richard eds. The New Labour Reader. UK: Polity Press.

Heffernan, Richard (2003). Political Parties and the Party System. In: Dunleavy, Patrick; Gamble, Andrew; Heffernan, Richard and Peele, Gillian eds. Developments in British Politics, Volume 7. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard (2006). The Blair Style of Central Government. In: Dunleavy, Patrick; Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. Developments in British Politics 8. London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Heffernan, Richard (2009). British Political Parties. In: Flinders, Matthew; Gamble, Andrew; Hay, Colin and Kenny, Michael eds. The Oxford Handbook of British Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 441–461.

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Pressure group politics. In: Heffernan, Richard; Cowley, Philip and Hay, Colin eds. Developments in British Politics 9 (9th ed.). London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 174–194.

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Interest groups and interest representation in UK politics. In: Heffernan, Richard and Thompson, Grahame eds. Politics and Power in the UK (Third Edition). Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University, pp. 105–128.

Heffernan, Richard (2007). Tony Blair as Labour Party leader. In: Seldon, Anthony ed. Blair's Britain, 1997–2007. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.

Heffernan, Richard and Webb, Paul (2007). The British Prime Minister: More Than First Among Equals. In: Poguntke, Thomas and Webb, Paul eds. The Presidentialization of Politics: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Heffernan, Richard and Webb, Paul (2007). The British Prime Minister: much more than 'First Among Equals'. In: Poguntke, Thomas and Webb, Paul eds. The Presidentialization of Politics: A Comparative Study of Modern Democracies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 26–62.

Lewis, Paul (2007). Political parties. In: White, Stephen; Batt, Judy and Lewis, Paul G. eds. Developments in Central and East European Politics 4. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 174–192.

Lewis, Paul G. (2010). Poland: domestic discord makes for a problematic partner. In: Carbone, Maurizio ed. National Politics And European Integration : From the Constitution to the Lisbon Treaty. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 108–125.

Lewis, Paul G. (2006). Questions and Issues: The European Union and party politics in Central and Eastern Europe. In: Lewis, Paul G. and Mansfeldova, Zdenka eds. The European Union and Party Politics in Central and Eastern Europe. Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics. UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–19.

Martin, Thomas (2015). Challenging the separation of counter-terrorism and community cohesion in Prevent. In: Baker-Beall, Christopher; Heath-Kelly, Charlotte and Jarvis, Lee eds. Counter-Radicalisation: Critical Perspectives. Routledge, pp. 190–205.

Nolte, Detlef and Weiffen, Brigitte In: Aris, Stephen; Snetkov, Aglaya and Wenger, Andreas eds. Inter-organizational Relations in International Security. Routledge, pp. 109–126.

Nolte, Detlef and Weiffen, Brigitte (2020). Introduction: Regionalism under stress. In: Nolte, Detlef and Weiffen, Brigitte eds. Regionalism Under Stress: Europe and Latin America in Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge, pp. 1–12.

Taylor, Dan (2015). 'We Hate Humans': Some Problems in Reading the 2011 English Riots Within a Recent History of Working Class Violence. In: Fuggle, Sophie and Henri, Tom eds. Return to the Street. London: Pavement Books.

Taylor, Dan (2017). Not that Serious? The Investigation and Trial of the Angry Brigade, 1967-1972. In: Smith, Evan and Worley, Matthew eds. Waiting for the Revolution: The British Far Left from 1956. Manchester: Manchester University Press, pp. 30–47.

Taylor, J. D. (2015). The Paper Bag Compromise: Hiding the Problem of Drug Dependency in Hamsterdam. In: Keeble, Arin and Stacy, Ivan eds. The Wire and America's Dark Corners: Critical Essays. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, pp. 95–113.

Wastnidge, Edward (2018). Religion and Geopolitics in Iranian Foreign Policy. In: Mabon, Simon ed. Saudi Arabia and Iran: The Struggle to Shape the Middle East. The Foreign Policy Centre (FPC Think Tank Ltd), pp. 9–10.

Wastnidge, Edward (2020). Iran’s Own ‘War on Terror’: Iranian Foreign Policy Towards Syria and Iraq During the Rouhani Era. In: Zaccara, Luciano ed. Foreign Policy of Iran under President Hassan Rouhani's First Term (2013–2017). Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 107–129.

Weiffen, Brigitte (2015). Transitional Justice. In: Kollmorgen, Raj; Merkel, Wolfgang and Wagener, Hans-Jürgen eds. Handbuch Transformationsforschung. Springer VS, Wiesbaden, pp. 749–754.

Weiffen, Brigitte (2019). V. 5. Lateinamerikas Präsenz in internationalen Organisationen Brigitte Weiffen. In: Maihold, Günther; Sangmeister, Hartmut and Werz, Nikolaus eds. Lateinamerika: Handbuch für Wissenschaft und Studium, Volume 5. Nomos, pp. 378–389.

Weiffen, Brigitte (2015). Transitional Justice: Eine konzeptionelle Auseinandersetzung. In: Mihr, Anja; Pickel, Gert and Pickel, Susanne eds. Handbuch Transitional Justice. Springer NachschlageWissen. Springer VS, Wiesbaden, pp. 1–18.

Weiffen, Brigitte (2020). Stress factors and their impact on regionalism. In: Nolte, Detlef and Weiffen, Brigitte eds. Regionalism Under Stress: Europe and Latin America in Comparative Perspective. London: Routledge, pp. 15–33.

Weiffen, Brigitte (2017). Institutional Overlap and Responses to Political Crises in South America. In: Suarez, Marcial A.G.; Duarte Villa, Rafael and Weiffen, Brigitte eds. Power Dynamics and Regional Security in Latin America. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 173–197.

Weiffen, Brigitte and Villa, Rafael Duarte (2017). Re-Thinking Latin American Regional Security: The Impact of Power and Politic. In: Suarez, Marcial A.G.; Duarte Villa, Rafael and Weiffen, Brigitte eds. Power Dynamics and Regional Security in Latin America. London: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1–23.

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Bennister, M. and Heffernan, R. (2015). The Limits to Prime Ministerial Autonomy: Cameron and the Constraints of Coalition. Parliamentary Affairs, 68(1) pp. 25–41.

Bennister, Mark and Heffernan, Richard (2012). Cameron as Prime Minister: the intra-executive politics of Britain's coalition government. Parliamentary Affairs, 65(4) pp. 778–801.

Blakeley, Georgina (2005). Local governance and local democracy: the Barcelona model. Local Government Studies, 31(2) pp. 149–165.

Blakeley, Georgina (2010). Governing ourselves: citizen participation and governance in Barcelona and Manchester. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research, 34(1) pp. 130–145.

Blakeley, Georgina (2010). Inclusion: beyond the human? Contemporary Political Theory, 9(4) pp. 361–370.

Blakeley, Georgina (2012). Evaluating Spain's Reparation Law. Democratization, 20(2) pp. 240–259.

Blakeley, Georgina and Bryson, Valerie (2010). Mind the gap: democracy in theory and in practice. Contemporary Political Theory, 9(4) pp. 359–392.

Blakeley, Georgina and Evans, Brendan (2010). Citizen participation in East Manchester: from practice to theory. Representation, 46(3) pp. 325–338.

Bloom, Tendayi (2015). The business of noncitizenship. Citizenship Studies, 19(8) pp. 892–906.

Boni, Filippo and Maiorano, Diego (2018). India at 70: Introduction to the BASAS 2017 Special Issue. Contemporary South Asia, 26(3) pp. 259–262.

Brown, William (2006). Africa and international relations: a comment on IR theory, anarchy and statehood. Review of International Studies, 32(1) pp. 119–143.

Brown, William (2006). The Commission for Africa: results and prospects for the West's Africa policy. Journal of Modern African Studies, 44(3) pp. 349–374.

Brown, William (2007). Debating the Year of Africa. Review of African Political Economy, 34(171) pp. 11–27.

Brown, William (1999). The Eu structural adjustment support: the case of Zimbabwe. Review of African Political Economy, 26(79) pp. 75–91.

Brown, William (2009). Reconsidering the aid relationship: International relations and social development. The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 98(402) pp. 285–299.

Brown, William; Harman, Sophie; Hurt, Stephen; Lee, Donna and Smith, Karen (2009). Editorial: new directions in international relations and Africa. The Round Table: Commonwealth journal of international affairs, 98(402) pp. 263–267.

Czajka, Agnes (2012). Discursive constructions of Palestinian refugees in Lebanon: from the Israel-Hezbollah war to the struggle over Nahr al-Bared. Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 32(1) pp. 238–254.

Czajka, Agnes (2005). Inclusive exclusion: citizenship and the American prisoner and prison. Studies in Political Economy, 76 pp. 111–142.

Czajka, Agnes (2015). Europe beyond universalism and particularism. Contemporary Political Theory (Early view).

Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora (2012). Revisiting Lausanne: the Greece-Turkey population exchange. Near East Quarterly(9)

Czajka, Agnes and Suchland, Jennifer (2017). Mapping the Margins of Europe: Race, Migration and Belonging. philoSOPHIA: Journal of Continental Feminism, 7(2) pp. 205–214.

Driver, Ciaran and Thompson, Grahame (2002). Corporate governance and democracy: the stakeholder debate revisited. Journal of Management and Governance, 6(2) pp. 111–130.

Ferhadbegović, Sabina and Weiffen, Brigitte (2012). Erleben – Darstellen – Bewältigen: Eine kulturwissenschaftliche Perspektive auf den Bürgerkrieg. Zeitschrift für Friedens- und Konfliktforschung, 1(2) pp. 187–218.

Gunes, Cengiz (2020). The Transformation of Turkey’s Pro-Kurdish Democratic Movement. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 22(6) pp. 746–761.

Gunes, Cengiz and Yadirgi, Veli (2020). Introduction: The Transformations in Kurdish Politics and Society in Turkey Since 2000. Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies, 22(6) pp. 717–729.

Hasenclever, Andreas and Weiffen, Brigitte (2006). International institutions are the key: a new perspective on the democratic peace. Review of International Studies, 32(4) pp. 563–585.

Heffernan, Richard (2003). Prime ministerial predominance?: Core executive politics in the UK. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 5(3) pp. 347–372.

Heffernan, Richard (2005). Exploring (and explaining) the British Prime Minister. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 7(4) pp. 605–620.

Heffernan, Richard (2005). UK Privatization revisited: ideas and policy change, 1979-92. Political Quarterly, 76(2) pp. 264–272.

Heffernan, Richard (2008). Perhaps, Over to You, Mr Cameron? Political Studies Review, 6(3) pp. 285–296.

Heffernan, Richard (2011). Labour’s New Labour legacy: politics after Brown and Blair. Political Studies Review, 9(2) pp. 163–177.

Heffernan, Richard (2009). The continuing shadow of the Thatcher governments. British Politics Review, 4(1) pp. 8–9.

Hirst, Paul and Thompson, Grahame (2002). The Future of Globalization. Cooperation and Conflict, 37(3) pp. 247–265.

Lehrer, David; Leschke, Janine; Lhachimi, Stefan; Vasiliu, Ana and Weiffen, Brigitte (2007). Brochures/Reviews/Reports: The Journal of Spurious Correlations. Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique, 94(1) pp. 95–98.

Lehrer, David; Leschke, Janine; Lhachimi, Stefan; Vasiliu, Ana and Weiffen, Brigitte (2007). negative results in social science. European Political Science, 6(1) pp. 51–68.

Lewis, Paul G. (2005). EU enlargement and party systems in central Europe. Journal of Communist Studies and Transition Politics, 21(2) pp. 171–199.

Lhachimi, Stefan K.; Lehrer, David; Leschke, Janine; Nelson, Moira and Weiffen, Brigitte (2014). Nuanced negative result reporting. Science, 346(6207) p. 308.

Martin, Thomas (2014). Governing an unknowable future: the politics of Britain’s Prevent policy. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 7(1) pp. 62–78.

Merkel, Wolfgang and Weiffen, Brigitte (2012). Does Heterogeneity Hinder Democracy? Comparative Sociology, 11(3) pp. 387–421.

Taylor, Dan (2017). The Working Class Revolts. New Statesman

Thompson, Grahame (2004). Is all the world a complex network? Economy and Society, 33(3) pp. 411–424.

Thompson, Grahame (2009). International quasi-constitutionalism and corporate citizenship: language, troubles, dilemmas. Hermes Journal of Language and Communication Studies, 43, pp. 13–22.

Thompson, Grahame F. (2005). Is the future 'regional' for global standards? Environment and Planning A, 37(11) pp. 2053–2071.

Thompson, Grahame F. (2005). Global corporate citizenship: what does it mean? Competition and Change, 9(2) pp. 203–224.

Tonkiss, Katherine and Bloom, Tendayi (2015). Theorising noncitizenship: concepts, debates and challenges. Citizenship Studies, 19(8) pp. 837–852.

Villa, Rafael A. Duarte and Weiffen, Brigitte (2014). South American Re-armament: From Balancing to Symbolizing Power. Contemporary Security Policy, 35(1) pp. 138–162.

Wastnidge, Edward (2017). Iran and Syria: An Enduring Axis. Middle East Policy, 24(2) pp. 148–159.

Wastnidge, Edward (2017). Central Asia in the Iranian geopolitical imagination. Cambridge Journal of Eurasian Studies, 1, article no. #1YRJ04.

Wastnidge, Edward and Nasirzadeh, Samira (2020). ‘De-securitizing through Diplomacy: De-sectarianization and the View from the Islamic Republic’. The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 18(1) pp. 23–33.

Weiffen, Brigitte; Dembinski, Matthias; Hasenclever, Andreas; Freistein, Katja and Yamauchi, Makiko (2011). Democracy, Regional Security Institutions, and Rivalry Mitigation: Evidence From Europe, South America, and Asia. Security Studies, 20(3) pp. 378–415.

Weiffen, Brigitte; Wehner, Leslie and Nolte, Detlef (2013). Overlapping regional security institutions in South America: The case of OAS and UNASUR. International Area Studies Review, 16(4) pp. 370–389.

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Lewis, Paul (2009). Party system stabilisation in Central Europe: Record and prospects in a changing economic context. In: General Conference of European Consortium for Political Research, 10-12 Sep 2009, Potsdam.

Lewis, Paul (2007). The European Union and party politics in Central Europe. In: International Studies Association, 28 Feb - 3 Mar 2007, Chicago.

Lewis, Paul (2007). The Awkward New Member: Poland's Changing European Identity. In: International Symposium on the Lisbon Treaty and the Future of the European Union, 6-7 Dec 2007, University of Glasgow.

Lewis, Paul G. (2008). Party system institutionalisation in east-central Europe: empirical dimensions and tentative conclusions. In: Joint Sessions of European Consortium for Political Research, 11-16 Apr 2008, Rennes, France.

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Dooley, Brian (1993). Robert F. Kennedy: The Senate Years. MPhil thesis The Open University.

Macioti, Paola Gioia (2014). Language classes as acts of citizenship. PhD thesis The Open University.

Magalhães, Bruno Eduardo Portela Borges de (2015). Enacting Refugees: An Ethnography of Asylum Decisions. PhD thesis The Open University.

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Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora (2013). Everywhere is Taksim, resistance everywhere. Jadaliyya.

Czajka, Agnes and Isyar, Bora (2011). Turkish democracy: a flawed model. Open Democracy.

Davies, Celia; Anand, Paul; Artigas, Lidia; Holloway, Jacky; McConway, Kevin; Newman, Janet; Storey, John and Thompson, Grahame (2005). Links between Governance, Incentives and Outcomes: a Review of the Literature. National Co-ordinating Centre for NHS Service Delivery and Organisation R&D (NCCSDO), London, UK.

Wastnidge, Edward (2014). Iran and Pakistan: It’s Complicated. International Policy Digest.

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