Luke Glanville’s book has been accepted for publication with University of Chicago Press

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Luke Glanville’s book, Sovereignty and the Responsibility to Protect, has been accepted for publication with University of Chicago Press. The book examines the history of responsibilities that sovereign rulers and sovereign states have been understood to bear for the protection of populations from mass atrocities from the sixteenth century through to the present. It challenges the conventional story […]

What hope is there for violent resistance in Syria?

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Luke Granville write an article for The Conversation discussing the use on violent and non-violent resistance. He looks at Erica Chenoweth and Maria Stephan’s book Why Civil Resistance Works:The Strategic Logic on Nonviolent Conflict and their premise that non-violent campaigns of resistance are twice as effective as violent insurgencies in achieving their stated goals. You […]