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We need to talk about silence: Re-examining silence in International Relations theory (2015)
Journal Article
Dingli, S. (2015). We need to talk about silence: Re-examining silence in International Relations theory. European journal of international relations, 21(4), (721-742). doi:10.1177/1354066114568033. ISSN 1354-0661

The critique of silence in International Relations theory has been long-standing and sustained. However, despite the lasting popularity of the term, little effort has been made to unpack the implications of existing definitions and their uses, and of... Read More about We need to talk about silence: Re-examining silence in International Relations theory.

The Aden pivot? British counter-insurgency after Aden (2014)
Journal Article
Dingli, S., & Kennedy, C. (2014). The Aden pivot? British counter-insurgency after Aden. Civil Wars, 16(1), 86-104 . https://doi.org/10.1080/13698249.2014.904987

This article argues that the Aden Insurgency was a pivotal moment in the history of British counter-insurgency. We argue that it was in Aden where the newfound strength of human rights discourse, embodied in Amnesty International, and of anti-colonia... Read More about The Aden pivot? British counter-insurgency after Aden.


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