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Module Reading List - LAW5005M - New Frontiers of Security, Conflict and Justice

New Frontiers of Security, Conflict and Justice, 2019/20, Semester 2
Dr Camilo Tamayo Gomez
C.A.TamayoGomez@leeds.ac.uk
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue

LAW5005M – New Frontiers of Security and Justice

Module Reading List

Bellamy, A. (2015) The Responsibility to Protect: A Defense, Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 1-19. E-book.

Bellemare, M.F. (2014) “Rising Food Prices, Food Price Volatility, and Social Unrest.” American Journal of Agricultural Economics. ISSN: 0002-9092 97(1): 1-21.

Bigo, D. (2016) ‘Rethinking Security at the Crossroad of International Relations and Criminology’, British journal of criminology. ISSN: 0007-0955, 56(6): 1068-86

Bleiker, R. (2018) Visual Global Politics (Abingdon: Routledge).

Boyle, P. (2011) Knowledge networks: Mega-events and security expertise, in Security games : surveillance and control at mega-events ISBN: 9780415602624 (hbk); 9780203827475 (ebk); 9780415619622 (pbk), edited by C.J. Bennett and K.D. Haggerty. Abingdon: Glasshouse, Routledge, 169-184.

Brown, Yamey & Wamala (2014) The handbook of global health policy ISBN: 9780470674192 (hardback) (Wiley Blackwell).

Brown, Garrett Wallace (2012) Distributing who gets what and why: Four normative approaches to global health. Global Policy ISSN: 1758-5880, Vol. 3, no. 3: pp. 292-302.

Bulley, D. (2017) ‘Shame on EU? Europe, RtoP, and the Politics of Refugee Protection’, Ethics and international affairs ISSN: 0892-6794 31(1): 51-70.

Bush, R. (2010) “Food Riots: Poverty, Power and Protest.” Journal of agrarian change. ISSN: 1471-0358 10(1): 119-129.

Cassese, A. (2009) The Oxford companion to international criminal justice ISBN: 9780199238323; 0199238324. Oxford: Oxford University Press,

Cassese, A. & Gaeta, P. (2013) ‘International Criminal Courts’, Chapter 14, in Cassese's international criminal law. ISBN: 9780199694921 (paperback); 0199694923 (paperback) (Oxford: Oxford University Press), p. 253-270.

Crawford, A. & Hutchinson, S. (2016) ‘The Future(s) of Security Studies’, British journal of criminology. ISSN: 0007-0955, 56(6): 1049-67.

Crawford, A. (2018) ‘The Multiple Temporalities of Security: Long-Term Sustainability, the Everyday and the Emergent in the Anthropocene’, in C. Holley and C. Shearing (Eds.) Criminology and the anthropocene ISBN: 9781138688230 (hardback); 9781315541938 (ebook), Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 153-180.

Crawford, A. & Hutchinson, S. (2016) ‘Mapping the Contours of “Everyday Security”: Time, Space and Emotion’, British journal of criminology. ISSN: 0007-0955, 56(6), 1184-1202.

Dalby, S. (2002) Environmental Security (Minneapolis, Minn.; London: University of Minnesota Press, 2002)

Destradi, S. (2017) ‘India's Reluctant Approach to R2P: Lessons from Perilous Interventions’, Global responsibility to protect. ISSN: 1875-9858; 1875-984X, 9(2): 229-236.

Deudney, D. (1991) ‘The Case Against Linking Environmental Degradation and National Security’ Millennium. ISSN: 0305-8298, 19(3). 

Drumbl, M.A. (2007) Atrocity, punishment, and international law ISBN: 9780521691383 (pbk.); 0521691389 (pbk.); 9780521870894 (hbk.); 0521870895 (hbk.). (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press).

Dyer, H.C. (2001) ‘Environmental Security and International Relations: The Case for Enclosure’, Review of international studies. ISSN: 0260-2105. 27(3).

Elbe, Stefan (2010) Haggling over viruses: The downside risks of securitizing infectious disease. Health policy and planning. ISSN: 0268-1080,Vol. 25, no. 6: pp. 476-85.

Ellison, G. (2007) Fostering a dependency culture: The commodification of community policing in a global marketplace, in Crafting transnational policing : police capacity-building and global policing reform, edited by A. Goldsmith and J.W.E. Sheptycki (Onati International Series in Law and Society). Oxford: Hart Publishing, 203-242.

Ellison, G. & O’Reilly, C. (2008) ‘‘Ulster’s Policing Goes Global’: The Police Reform Process in Northern Ireland and the Creation of a Global Brand’, Crime, law and social change. ISSN: 0925-4994, 50/4-5: 331-35.

Ellison, G. & O’Reilly, C. (2008) ‘From Empire to Iraq and the War on Terror’: The Transplantation and Commodification of the (Northern) Irish Policing Experience’, Police Quarterly ISSN: 1098-6111, 11/4: 395-426.

‘Feature: RtoP and the Refugee Protection Regime’, Ethics and international affairs ISSN: 0892-6794 31(1) (2017)

Freeman, M. & Proctor, W. (2018) Global convergence cultures : transmedia Earth ISBN: 9781138732384 (hbk); 9781315188478 (ebk). Routledge: London.

Gaeta, P. (2007). ‘To Be (Present) or Not to Be (Present): Trials in Absentia Before the Special Tribunal for Lebanon’. Journal of international criminal justice. ISSN: 1478-1387; 1478-1395 (Electronic). 5(5), pp.1165-1174.

Graham S. (2013) Foucault's Boomerang: the new military urbanism. Available at: https://www.opendemocracy.net/opensecurity/stephen-graham/foucault’s-boomerang-new-military-urbanism.

Graham, S. & Baker, A. (2016) ‘Laboratories of pacification and permanent war: Israeli-US collaboration in the global making of policing’ in The global making of policing : postcolonial perspectives ISBN: 9781138910201 (hardback); 9781315680040 (ebook), edited by J. Hönke and M-Ml Müller, Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge, pp. 40-58.

Haddad, E. (2008) The refugee in international society : between sovereigns ISBN: 9780521688956 (pbk.); 9786611254599 (e-book); 9780521868884 (hbk.); 0521868882 (hbk.); 0521688957 (pbk.) (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press)

Hagan, John (2003): Justice in the Balkans : prosecuting war crimes in the Hague Tribunal ISBN: 0226312283 (cloth : alk. paper). Chicago: Chicago University Press.

Hendrix, C.S. & Stephen Haggard. (2015) “Global food prices, regime type, and urban unrest in the developing world.” Journal of peace research. ISSN: 0022-3433 52(2): 143-157.

Hola, B., Wijk, J. (2014) “Life After Conviction at International Criminal Tribunals: Empirical Overview“, Journal of international criminal justice. ISSN: 1478-1387; 1478-1395 (Electronic) (2014), 109-132.

Hönke, J. & Müller, M-M. (2016) The global making of policing : postcolonial perspectives ISBN: 9781138910201 (hardback); 9781315680040 (ebook) ( Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge).

Hutchison, E. (2014) ‘A Global Politics of Pity? Disaster Imagery and the Emotional Construction of Solidarity after the 2004 Asian Tsunami’, International Political Sociology ISSN: 1749-5679, 8(1): 1-19.

International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) (2001). The responsibility to protect : report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty ISBN: 0889369607; 0889369631 (supplement). Available online: http://responsibilitytoprotect.org/ICISS%20Report.pdf

Koh & Buchwald, (2016) “The Crime of Aggression: The United States Perspective”, American journal of international law. ISSN: 0002-9300, pp. 257-295.

Loader, I. (1999) Consumer culture and the commodification of policing and security. Sociology. ISSN: 0038-0385, 33(2), 373–92.

Mallinder, L, & McEvoy, K. (2011) ‘Rethinking amnesties: Atrocity, accountability and impunity in post-conflict societies’. Contemporary social science ISSN: 2158-2041, 6(1):107–128.

Myers, N. (1993) Ultimate security : the environmental basis of political stability ISBN: 039303545X (New York: W.W. Norton)

Mythen, G. & Walklate, S. (2016) ‘Counterterrorism and the Reconstruction of (In)Security: Divisions, Dualisms, Duplicities’, British journal of criminology. ISSN: 0007-0955, 56(6): 1107-24.

Newman, E. (2016) ‘What prospects for common humanity in a divided world? The scope for RtoP in a transitional international order’, International politics. ISSN: 1384-5748; 1740-3898, 53(1): 32-48.

Newman, E. (2018) 'Hungry, or Hungry for Change? Food Riots and Political Conflict, 2005–2015', Studies in conflict and terrorism. ISSN: 1057-610X; 1521-0731, 2

OECD. 2008. Rising Food Prices: Causes and Consequences. Paris: OECD. - Available online: http://www.oecd.org/trade/agricultural-trade/40847088.pdf   

O’Reilly, C. (2018) ‘Branding Rio de Janeiro’s Pacification Model: A Silver Bullet for the Planet of Slums?’ in C. O’Reilly (ed.) Colonial policing and the transnational legacy : the global dynamics of policing across the Lusophone community ISBN: 9781317164142 (e-book)  (Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, 2018).

Oxfam. (2008) “Another Inconvenient Truth: How biofuel policies are deepening poverty and accelerating climate change.” Oxfam Briefing Paper 114, London: Oxfam. - Available online: http://policy-practice.oxfam.org.uk/publications/another-inconvenient-truth-how-biofuel-policies-are-deepening-poverty-and-accel-114084

Paarlberg, Robert. (2010) Food politics : what everyone needs to know ISBN: 9780199322404 (e-book). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Pirages, D. (1991) ‘Social Evolution and Ecological Security’ Bulletin of peace proposals. ISSN: 0007-5035. 22(3).

Ralph, J. & Gallagher, A. (2015) ‘Legitimacy faultlines in international society: The responsibility to protect and prosecute after Libya'. Review of international studies. ISSN: 0260-2105, 41/03/2015: 553-573.

Robinson, N. (2016) ‘Militarism and opposition in the living room: The case of military videogames’, Critical studies on security ISSN: 2162-4887; 2162-49094(3): 255-75.

Shaw, G.J. (2012). ‘Convicting Inhumanity in Absentia: Holding Trials in Absentia at the International Criminal Court’. George Washington international law review ISSN: 1534-9977. 44(1), pp.107-140.

Siegfried, K. (2016) “What Colombia’s peace process can teach the world,” IRIN, Online Article and Media. Available at: https://www.irinnews.org/analysis/2016/07/20/what-colombia%E2%80%99s-peace-process-can-teach-world .

Sliedregt E. van (2018), ‘Regional Criminal Justice, Corporate Criminal Liability and the Need for non-Doctrinal Research’, in: Sliedregt, E. van & M. Aksenova, S. Parmentier (eds.), Breaking the cycle of mass atrocities : criminological and socio-legal approaches in international criminal law ISBN: 9781509919444 (hardback), (Hart Publishing).

Speri, I. (2017) ‘Israel Security Forces Are Training American Cope Despite History of Rights Abuses’, The Intercept, September 15th, 2017. Available at: https://theintercept.com/2017/09/15/police-israel-cops-training-adl-human-rights-abuses-dc-washington/ .

Stefan, C.G. (2017) ‘On Non-Western Norm Shapers: Brazil and the Responsibility while Protecting’ European Journal of International Security ISSN: 2057-5637, 2(1): 88–110.

Stockmarr, L. (2016) ‘Beyond the laboratory thesis: Gaza as transmission belt for war and security technology’ in The global making of policing : postcolonial perspectives ISBN: 9781138910201 (hardback); 9781315680040 (ebook), edited by J. Hönke and M-Ml Müller, Abingdon, Oxford: Routledge, 59-76.

Tilly, C. (1975) “Food Supply and Public Order in Modern Europe.” In Charles Tilly ed. The formation of national states in Western Europe ISBN: 0691007721; 0691052190. Princeton: Princeton University Press: 380–455.

Valverde, M. (2014) ‘Studying the governance of crime and security: Space, time and jurisdiction’ Criminology & criminal justice. ISSN: 1748-8958, 14(4): 379–391.

Weinberg, J. & Bakker, R. (2015) “Let them eat cake: Food prices, domestic policy and social unrest.” Conflict management and peace science ISSN: 0738-8942 32(3): 309-326.

Welsh, J.M. (2013) ‘Norm Contestation and the Responsibility to Protect', Global responsibility to protect. ISSN: 1875-9858; 1875-984X, 5(4): 365-396.

Zakerhossein, M.H. and De Brouwer, A.M. (2015). ‘Diverse Approaches to Total and Partial in Absentia Trials by International Criminal Tribunals’. Criminal law forum. ISSN: 1046-8374. 26(2), pp.181-224.

Zirin, D. 2014. Exporting Gaza: The Arming of Brazil’s World Cup Security. [Online: The Nation, 30 June 2014]. Available at: www.thenation.com/blog/180465/exporting-gaza-arming-brazils-world-cup-security# .

This list was last updated on 01/02/2019