Books and Edited Volumes - Societies Under Siege: Exploring How International Economic Sanctions (Do Not) Work (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015) - Governing Borderless Threats: Non-Traditional Security and the Politics of State Transformation (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri) (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015; paperback 2017) - The Political Economy of the New Security Agenda, International Politics 59:4 (2015), 371-501: special issue, co-edited with Shahar Hameiri - ASEAN, Sovereignty and Intervention in Southeast Asia (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012; paperback 2016) Peer Reviewed Journal Articles - Rethinking the Role of State-Owned Enterprises in China’s Rise (co-authored with Yizeng Zou), New Political Economy 22:6 (2017), 743-760 - Beyond Hybridity to the Politics of Scale: International Intervention and ‘Local’ Politics (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), Development and Change 48:1 (2017), 54-77 - Global Governance as State Transformation (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), Political Studies 64:4 (2016): 793-810 - Explaining the Failure of the ASEAN Economic Community: The Primacy of Domestic Political Economy, Pacific Review 29:5 (2016): 647-70 - Rising Powers and State Transformation: The Case of China (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), European Journal of International Affairs 22:1 (2016): 72-98 - Probing the Links Between Political Economy and Non-Traditional Security: Themes, Approaches and Instruments (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), International Politics 52:4 (2015), 371-388 - The Political Economy of Non-Traditional Security: Explaining the Governance of Avian Influenza in Indonesia  (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), International Politics 52:4 (2015), 445-465 - Regulatory Regionalism and Anti-Money-Laundering Governance in Asia’ (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), Australian Journal of International Affairs 69:2 (2015), 144-163 - Explaining Myanmar’s Regime Transition: The Periphery is Central, Democratization 21:5 (2014), 780-802 - The Political Economy of Myanmar’s Transition, Journal of Contemporary Asia 44:1 (2014), 144-170 - Sovereignty, Social Order, and Intervention in Revolutionary Times, Review of International Studies 39:5 (2013), 1149-1167 - The Politics and Governance of Non-Traditional Security (co-authored with Shahar Hameiri), International Studies Quarterly 57:3 (2013), 462-473 - Beyond Securitisation: Explaining the Scope of Security Policy in Southeast Asia, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific 11:3 (2011), 403-432 - (Post-)Colonial Statebuilding in East Timor: Bringing Social Conflict Back In, Conflict, Security and Development 10:4 (2010), 547-575 - ASEAN’s Unchanged Melody? The Theory and Practice of Non-Intervention in Southeast Asia, Pacific Review 23:3 (2010), 479-502 - Democratisation and Foreign Policy in Southeast Asia: The Case of the ASEAN Inter-Parliamentary Myanmar Caucus, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 27:3 (2009), 387-406 - ASEAN’s Albatross: ASEAN’s Burma Policy, from Constructive Engagement to Critical Disengagement, Asian Security 4:3 (2008), 271-93 - ‘The Others’: Gender and Conscientious Objection in the First World War, Nordic Review of Masculinity Studies 3:2 (2008), 99-113 - ASEAN Intervention in Cambodia: From Cold War to Conditionality, Pacific Review 20:4 (2007), 523-50 Chapters in Edited Volumes - ‘Political Economy’, in Nicholas Farrelly, Ian Holliday and Adam Simpson (eds.), Routledge Handbook of Contemporary Myanmar (London: Routledge, in press, 2018). - ‘Sanctioning Apartheid: Comparing the South African and Palestinian BDS Campaigns’, in David Feldman (ed.) Boycotts: Past and Present (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming, 2018). - Understanding Myanmar’s Ceasefires: Geopolitics, Political Economy and Statebuilding’, in Mandy Sadan (ed.) War and Peace in the Borderlands of Myanmar: The Kachin Ceasefire, 1994-2011 (Copenhagen: NIAS Press, 2016), 95-113. See also the companion website. - State Theory and Statebuilding: Towards a Gramscian Approach’, in Robert Egnell and Peter Haldén (eds.) New Agendas in State Building: Hybridity, Contingency and History (London: Routledge, 2013), 70-91 - State Building versus State Formation in East Timor’, in Berit Bleisemann-de Guevara (ed.) Statebuilding and State-Formation: The Political Sociology of Intervention (London: Routledge, 2012), 95-113 - State Power, Social Conflict and Security Policy in Southeast Asia’, in Richard Robison (ed.) The Routledge  Handbook of Southeast Asian Politics (London: Routledge 2011), 346-360 Book Reviews - Review of Garry Rodan and Caroline Hughes, The Politics of Accountability in Southeast Asia: The Dominance of Moral Ideologies, in SOJOURN 30:1 (2015): 271-273. - Review of Andrew MacGregor Marshall, A Kingdom in Crisis: Thailand’s Struggle for Democracy in the Twenty- First Century, New Mandala, 12 November 2014. - How Peace Operations Work: Power, Legitimacy and Effectiveness, by Jeni Whalan, in Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 8:2-3 (2014), 268-271. - Review of Michael D. Barr, The Ruling Elite of Singapore (2013), in ASEASUK Newsletter 55 (2014), 17-19. - Critical Interventions on Statebuilding, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 5:2 (2011), 235-9 [review of David Chandler, International Statebuilding (2010) and Shahar Hamieri, Regulating Statehood (2010)] - Reviews of Donald K. Emmerson (ed.) Hard Choices: Security, Democracy and Regionalism in Southeast Asia and Helen E.S. Nesadurai & J. Soedradjad Djiwandono (eds.) Southeast Asia in the Global Economy: Security Competitiveness and Social Protection, in ASEASUK News no. 46 (Autumn 2009), pp. 40-42, 45-46 - Liberalism and Democratization in East Asia, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 3:2 (2009), 277-283 [review of Daniel Bell’s Beyond Liberal Democracy (2006), Jorn Dosch’s Changing Dynamics of Southeast Asian Politics (2007) and Vincent Pollard’s Globalization, Democratization and Asian Leadership (2004)] - World Systems Theory for the Twenty-First Century, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 3:1 (2009), 130-132 [review of Giovanni Arrighi’s Adam Smith in Beijing (2008)] - Absent Sovereigns?, Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 1:3 (2007), 383-88 [review of Bickerton et al., Politics Without Sovereignty: A Critique of Contemporary International Relations (2006) Other Publications - Murdoch International: The ‘Murdoch School’ in International Relations (coauthored with Shahar Hameiri), Asia Research Centre working paper 178, December 2014. - Evaluating the ‘Success’ of International Economic Sanctions: Multiple Goals, Interpretive Methods and Critique (with Clara Portela), Centre for the Study of Global Security and Development working paper 3, 2014. - Still in the “Driver’s Seat”, But for How Long? ASEAN’s Capacity for Leadership in East-Asian International Relations, Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 29:3 (2010), 95-113 - International Relations Scholarship and the Tyranny of Policy Relevance, Journal of Critical Globalization Studies 1:1 (2009), 125-131 - ASEAN and the Norm of Non-Interference in Southeast Asia: A Quest for Social Order, Nuffield College Politics Working Paper 2009-02 (2009)
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