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101 Wharton in Wartime A roundtable discussion to mark the publication of Alice Kelly's critical edition of Edith Wharton's First World War reportage Fighting France: From Dunkerque to Belfort (Edinburgh University Press, 2015). Alice Kelly, Shafquat Towheed, Dame Hermione Lee, Elleke Boehmer 11 Feb 2016
102 Creative Commons The Limits of Refusal: Israel, Lebanon, and the Shadow of 1982 Lecture given by Dr Seth Anziska (Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, UCL) at the Middle East Centre, St Antony's College, 9th February 2016. This event was co-sponsored by the MEC and the School of Interdisciplinary Area Studies. Seth Anziska 10 Feb 2016
103 Creative Commons Reparations for Human Rights and Humanitarian Violations: Taking Stock 10 years after the UN Basic Principles and Guidelines Dr. Carla Ferstman (Director of REDRESS), gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 3rd February 2016. Carla Ferstman 04 Feb 2016
104 Primo Levi and the Nature of Guilt Prof Alan Norrie, Professor at the School of Law, University of Warwick, gives a talk for the OTJR Seminar series on 25th November 2015. Alan Norrie 03 Dec 2015
105 Creative Commons War and Ecology in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River and beyond Dr Micah Muscolino discusses his new book entitled "The Ecology of War in China: Henan Province, the Yellow River, and Beyond, 1938–1950." Micah Muscolino, Erica Charters 25 Nov 2015
106 Creative Commons Heritage for Peace: an NGO protecting Syrian Cultural Heritage during the Conflict Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Dr Emma Cunliffe (Heritage for Peace). Emma Cunliffe 19 Nov 2015
107 Law Enforcement of Cultural Heritage Crime Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Vernon Rapley (Victoria and Albert Museum). Vernon Rapley 19 Nov 2015
108 Creative Commons The Sites and Monuments Record for Syria, and the Shirin Project Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 3: What is being done or should be done? Exploring archaeological and military heritage protection initiatives. With Professor Graham Philip. Graham Phillip 19 Nov 2015
109 Creative Commons Politics with a focus on Yemen Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Noel Brehony (Chair of CBRL). Noel Brehony 19 Nov 2015
110 Creative Commons Cultural Heritage in the Islamic State’s Worldview Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 2: Why is this happening? Understanding ISIL and other Islamist extremism. With Dr Alia Brahimi (CCW; Contest Global). Alia Brahimi 19 Nov 2015
111 Creative Commons Syriac Christian communities: people, monuments and manuscripts in Syria, Turkey, and Iraq Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. with Dr Sebastian Brock and Sebastien de Courtois. Sebastian Brock, Sebastien de Courtois 18 Nov 2015
112 Creative Commons When words fail. Iraq's lost heritage, and efforts to save it Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Dr Lamia al-Gailani ( UCL/SOAS). Lamia al-Gailani 18 Nov 2015
113 Creative Commons Monuments at War—the Syrian Conflict and the Changing Pattern of Destruction as Reflected in Aleppo and Palmyra Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. With Dr Ross Burns. Ross Burns 18 Nov 2015
114 Creative Commons Overview of Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa Part of the Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference. Theme 1: What is happening? The significance of sites at risk, and the current situation. Robert Bewley 18 Nov 2015
115 Creative Commons Welcome and introduction Dr. Liz Carmichael (OxPeace) introduces the "Conflict and Cultural Heritage Conference", held in St John's College on Saturday 31 October 2015. Liz Carmichael 18 Nov 2015
116 Too Valuable to Die? Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar and Liz Bruton debate the ethics of science and scientists going to war Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar, Liz Bruton 14 Oct 2015
117 FMR 50 - From the Editors An introductory note on FMR 50, 'Dayton + 20: twenty years on from the Dayton Agreement in the Balkans', from the Editors. Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 01 Sep 2015
118 FMR 50 - Foreword: Addressing the legacy of violence The aim of creating ethnically homogeneous statelets was curbed at Dayton but the dominance of ethnic politics was not. Valentin Inzko 01 Sep 2015
119 FMR 50 - Annex 7: why are we still discussing it? Annex 7 to the Dayton Peace Agreement was designed to address the displacement of 2.2 million people during the Bosnian war of 1992-95. Its job is not yet done. María del Pilar Valledor Álvarez 01 Sep 2015
120 FMR 50 - Political and social consequences of continuing displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina Twenty years after Dayton, failures to facilitate effective refugee and IDP return have had a social and political impact at both community and state level. Lana Pašić 01 Sep 2015
121 FMR 50 - Bosnia and Herzegovina 20 years on from Dayton The coming two-and-a-half years represent what is possibly the last window of opportunity to accomplish what the Dayton Peace Agreement’s Annex 7 set out to achieve. Andrew Mayne 01 Sep 2015
122 FMR 50 - Resolving a protracted refugee situation through a regional process Despite its shortcomings, the Regional Process in the Western Balkans offers a number of lessons for resolving protracted refugee situations. Olga Mitrovic 01 Sep 2015
123 FMR 50 - Voices in displacement “These people are as if lost in time and space.” Still displaced after 20 years, residents of collective centres in Bosnia and Herzegovina share their frustration. They need to be listened to. Claudia Meyerhoefer 01 Sep 2015
124 FMR 50 - Property rights and reconstruction in the Bosnian return process Sidelining a rights-based approach in the area of property restitution and reconstruction in Bosnia and Herzegovina resulted in an unequal impact on rural versus urban displaced populations. Inmaculada Serrano 01 Sep 2015
125 FMR 50 - Resolving protracted displacement through social housing A social housing methodology recently introduced in Bosnia and Herzegovina illustrates the need for certain key components in any strategy to address the shelter and livelihoods needs of vulnerable citizens. Marc D’Silva, Sanela Imamovic 01 Sep 2015
126 FMR 50 - Asking the right questions in research on psychosocial well-being New research is attempting to address the lack of empirical grounding for much of the psychosocial programming in post-war trauma in the Western Balkans. Selma Porobic 01 Sep 2015
127 FMR 50 - Wartime division in peacetime schools An ethnically divided educational system in Bosnia and Herzegovina continues to limit the sustainable return of those displaced by the war, and to hamper reconciliation and the reconstruction of society. Valery Perry 01 Sep 2015
128 FMR 50 - Their last name is ‘refugee’: return and local activism Sustainable refugee return can only take place in Bosnia and Herzegovina when ordinary people and human rights activists are included as full participants in the recovery process. Peter Lippman 01 Sep 2015
129 FMR 50 - Human rights shortcomings of the Dayton Peace Agreement When a peace agreement guarantees the rights of certain groups but not all, limitations to the enjoyment of human rights are inevitable. LIsbeth Pilegaard, Jasminka Dzumhur 01 Sep 2015
130 FMR 50 - If women are left out of peace talks The exclusion of women from the process of making peace in Bosnia and Herzegovina has diminished the prospects for sustainable peace. When will we learn that no peace can be sustainable and just without the active and meaningful participation of women? Gorana Mlinarević, Nela Porobić Isaković, Madeleine Rees 01 Sep 2015
131 FMR 50 - Interpretations of Annex 7: assessing the impact on non-returnees in the UK Emphasising the crucial role of refugee returns to the future of Bosnia and Herzegovina risks minimising the agency of those who choose not to exercise their rights under Annex 7. Gayle Munro 01 Sep 2015
132 FMR 50 - The role of remote voting in encouraging return Once there is a genuine possibility of going home, what influences a forced migrant’s decision to return to a pre-conflict residence, often in the face of very difficult conditions? What role can remote voting play? Djordje Stefanovic, Neophytos Loizides 01 Sep 2015
133 FMR 50 - Home after Dayton: IDPs in Sarajevo The experiences of displaced people in Sarajevo show that living in a place that people perceive to be safe and to provide opportunities can be more desirable than returning to one’s place of origin. Participatory urban projects can help foster community. Gruia Badescu 01 Sep 2015
134 FMR 50 - The compound effects of conflict and disaster displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina Some IDPs living in protracted displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina, such as many Roma IDPs, were especially vulnerable to the effects of the May 2014 flooding and landslides. Wesli H Turner 01 Sep 2015
135 FMR 50 - Prijedor: re-imagining the future Public memorialisation in Bosnia and Herzegovina today is an act of remembering not just those who died in the conflict but also the multi-ethnic reality of earlier times. Articulation of this, however, is being obstructed in cities like Prijedor. Damir Mitrić, Sudbin Musić 01 Sep 2015
136 FMR 50 - Mass evacuations: learning from the past Twenty years after the evacuations from the Bosnian ‘safe areas’, humanitarians continue to struggle with dilemmas around humanitarian evacuations. Caelin Briggs 01 Sep 2015
137 FMR 50 - Bosnia revisited: a retrospective on the legacy of the conflict It is instructive to review the legacy the conflict in Bosnia and the post-war settlement in order to appreciate how this conflict set the stage for major institutional developments in the field of humanitarian protection. Brad K Blitz 01 Sep 2015
138 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 4: Keynote Presentation A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. Martin Ceadel 01 Sep 2015
139 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 2: British Foreign Policy in War and Peace A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. George Giannakopoulos, Anne Deighton, John Dunbabin, Gillian Peele 01 Sep 2015
140 'Martin Ceadel and the Study of Peace and War' Session 1: Thinking About Peace and War A research colloquium to mark the retirement of Professor Martin Ceadel, preeminent historian of the British peace movement and one of the world’s foremost experts on the politics of war prevention and its impact on international relations. Amitabh Mattoo, Elizabeth Frazer, Jonathan Leader Maynard, Adam Roberts 01 Sep 2015
141 Power and Order, Peace and War: lessons for Asia from 1914-1918 How might a new regional order in Asia look, and how could it be built? Hugh White 01 Sep 2015
142 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: 'A Force for Peace': The UN Secretary-General and the Cold War, 1946-1953 Ellen Jenny Ravndal gives a talk for Session A of the 2015 OxPeace conference; New directions in the study of peacebuilding. Ellen Jenny Ravndal 16 Jun 2015
143 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: UN Peacebuilding and the pursuit of multi-Ethnicity in Kosovo Dana Landau gives a talk for Session A of the 2015 OxPeace conference; New directions in the study of peacebuilding. Dana Landau 16 Jun 2015
144 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: Of Mandates and Majors: Exploring The United Nations' Role in Disarmament Demobilisation and Reinsertion, the Case of Timor Leste Dr Kate Roll gives a talk for Session A of the 2015 OxPeace conference; New directions in the study of peacebuilding. Kate Roll 16 Jun 2015
145 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: Opening Plenary Peace and the UN at 70 Edward Mortimer CMG gives the opening talk for the OxPeace 2015 conference, held at St John's College on 10th May 2015. Edward Mortimer 16 Jun 2015
146 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015 Introduction Dr Liz Carmichael opens the 2015 OxPeace Conference, held in St John's College on 10th May 2015. Liz Carmichael 16 Jun 2015
147 Children, War, Insecurity and Conflict - Lecture 1 Dr Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights 2008-2014 gives the first Green Templeton College Lecture in 2015 on war and human rights. Navi Pillay 27 Mar 2015
148 Total war: Mexico and Europe, 1914 Professor Alan Knight give a seminar for the Latin American Centre series. Alan Knight 19 Mar 2015
149 One century, three Polands: the Second Republic, People’s Poland, and the Third Republic Prof Dariusz Stola, Director of the Museum of the History of Polish Jews, gives a talk for the Programme on Modern Poland on 4th February 2015. Dariusz Stola 16 Feb 2015
150 On forms of mental discipline and understanding of national psyche in contemporary Serbia An ethnography of mental hygiene and neuro-security in contemporary Serbia. Anthropology Departmental Seminar by Maja Petrović-Šteger of the ISRF and Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts (31 October 2014) Maja Petrović-Šteger 29 Jan 2015
151 Martyrs, militants and emotions A discussion of Albanian radicalisation in Kosovo begore 1999. Anthropology Departmental Seminar by Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers of the University of Bournemouth (17 October 2014). Stephanie Schwandner-Sievers 29 Jan 2015
152 Creative Commons 5 SOLDIERS – The Body is The Frontline: Choreographing 21st Century War Rosie Kay gives a talk for the Changing Character of War seminar series on dance and war Rosie Kay 12 Jan 2015
153 Creative Commons The Russian-Ukrainian War: Challenges for Military Policy in the Baltic State Dr Deividas Slekys (University of Vilnius), gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. Deividas Slekys 12 Jan 2015
154 Creative Commons Fighting to the End: The Strategic Culture of the Pakistan Army Dr C. Christine Fair (Georgetown) gives a talk for the Changing Character of War programme seminar series. C Christine Fair 12 Jan 2015
155 Integrating Challenges of Armed Conflict and Insecurity Panel 5 from the Human Rights and the Post-2015 Agenda Conference. The views expressed in this presentation are personal and not those of the individual’s institution. Dapo Akande, Keith Krause, Tom Wheeler 15 Dec 2014
156 Conscription and Conscientious Objection In this short talk Professor Martin Ceadel, Fellow and Tutor in Politics, New College, Oxford discusses the issue of military conscription and conscientious objection during the first world war. Martin Ceadel 12 Nov 2014
157 The Problem with Propaganda Dr Adrian Gregory, Fellow and Tutor in History, Pembroke College, Oxford discusses the use of propaganda by all sides during the first world war. Adrian Gregory 12 Nov 2014
158 The Meaning of 1914 A conversation between Professor Sir Hew Strachan and Professor Margaret MacMillan, chaired by Professor Patricia Clavin. Hew Strachan, Margaret MacMillan, Patricia Clavin 30 Oct 2014
159 Is there such a thing as a just war? Is an ethical war a paradoxical notion? If violence is almost always unacceptable, how can we justify acts of war? Jeff McMahan, Nigel Warburton, David Edmonds 21 Oct 2014
160 Designed to Kill: The Social Life of Weapons in Twentieth Century Britain Weapon design and modern warfare. Joanna Bourke 16 Oct 2014
161 Creative Commons Collective Memory and Conflict Representation: War and Peace in Colombian Museums This paper studies some Colombian museums that are reflecting upon war. Andrés Pardo Rodriguez 30 Sep 2014
162 Creative Commons Designed to Kill : The Difficult Study of Military Design Design is perceived by most as a positive concept meant to improve people lives. But it is first a means to answer efficiently a specific purpose. How can we morally accept that the act of killing led to the development of an important design industry? Marie-Anne Michaux 30 Sep 2014
163 Creative Commons New Perspectives 1: Georgians and Others Short presentation as part of the Oxford 'British Poetry of the First World War' Spring School Stuart Lee 06 Sep 2014
164 The Black Hand Conspiracy and the Events that lead up to the First World War Professor Sir Ivor Roberts, President of Trinity College, gives a talk on the events leading up to the assasination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand, which started the First World War Sir Ivor Roberts 03 Jun 2014
165 OxPeace 2014: Closing plenary Dr Monica Toft gives the final talk for the 2014 OxPeace Conference Monica Toft 02 Jun 2014
166 OxPeace 2014: Session 2b: Role of media in fragile states: some trends and implications James Deane gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference session 2b; Peace, Conflict and New Media: Current Examples, Old Practices? Jmes Deane 02 Jun 2014
167 OxPeace 2014: Session 2b: Beyond war: Peace journalism approaches to conflict issues in wider society Dr Jake Lynch gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference session 2b; Peace, Conflict and New Media: Current Examples, Old Practices? Jake Lynch 02 Jun 2014
168 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 4 Dr Rami Mani gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Rami Mani 02 Jun 2014
169 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 3 Chipo Chung gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Chipo Chung 02 Jun 2014
170 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 2 Taghreed Elsanhouri gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace Taghreed Elsanhouri 02 Jun 2014
171 OxPeace 2014: Session 2a: Arts, Culture and Peace part 1 William Kelly gives a talk for the OxPeace 2014 conference session 2a; Arts, Culture and Peace William Kelly 02 Jun 2014
172 OxPeace 2014: Sesion 1b: Peace without Separation Albin Kurti MP gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference session 1b; Inclusive peace, reconciliation and justice in the Western Balkans Albin Kurti 02 Jun 2014
173 OxPeace 2014: Session 1b: Asymmetric warfare and civil war: Is reconciliation easier with a foreign enemy than inside the nation? Professor Uros Svete gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference session 1b; Inclusive peace, reconciliation and justice in the Western Balkans Uros Svete 02 Jun 2014
174 OxPeace 2014: Session 1a: The continuation of war by other means? Ceasefire, conflict and state-building in Shan State under Myanmar's democratic Patrick Meehan gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference, session 1a; 'The more things change, the more they stay the same: Challenges to peace in a transtioning Myanmar'. Patrick Meehan 02 Jun 2014
175 OxPeace 2014: Session 1a: Religion as a vehicle for peace?: Anti-Muslim Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar and local responses Dr Matthew J Walton gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference, session 1a; 'The more things change, the more they stay the same: Challenges to peace in a transtioning Myanmar'. Matthew Walton 02 Jun 2014
176 OxPeace 2014: Session 1a: Challenges and Opportunities for women as peace-builders in Myanmar's transistion Dr Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi gives a talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference, session 1a; 'The more things change, the more they stay the same: Challenges to peace in a transtioning Myanmar Ma Khin Mar Mar Kyi 02 Jun 2014
177 OxPeace 2014: Opening Plenary Part 3 Dr. Heather Jones gives a talk for the opening plenary to the OxPeace 2014 Conference; New Wars? No Wars? Peacingmaking in new contexts. Heather Jones 02 Jun 2014
178 OxPeace 2014: Opening Plenary Part 2 Professor Sir Hew Strachan gives a talk for the opening plenary to the OxPeace 2014 Conference; New Wars? No Wars? Peacingmaking in new contexts Sir Hew Strachen 02 Jun 2014
179 OxPeace 2014: Opening Plenary Part 1 Professor Margaret MacMillan gives a talk for the opening plenary to the OxPeace 2014 Conference; New Wars? No Wars? Peacingmaking in new contexts Margaret MacMillan 02 Jun 2014
180 OxPeace 2014: No Wars? New Wars? Peacemaking in new contexts Professor Mary Kaldor, LSE, gives the first talk for the 2014 OxPeace conference; No Wars? New Wars? Peacemaking in new contexts Mary kaldor 02 Jun 2014
181 Creative Commons Current Progress in Afghanistan Brigadier Jones evaluates the current state of progress in Afghanistan, focussing in particular on summer 2013. He also discusses the extent to which achievements are reflected in the media narrative. Rupert Jones 12 May 2014
182 Creative Commons The Perception of Victory: Israel’s Recent Experiences of Winning and Losing the Narrative Tim Fawdry-Jeffries considers observer perceptions of the outcome of war, taking as examples the Second Lebanon and Gaza Wars. Tim Fawdry-Jeffries 30 Apr 2014
183 Creative Commons How the Syrian Regime Sells its War at Home Drawing his own experience of working as a journalist in Syria, Stephen Starr reports on the war in Syria and how the current regime presents the war to the people of Syria. Stephen Starr 01 Apr 2014
184 Child Soldiers: Protected Beyond Gender? An International Criminal Law Perspective Patricia Sellers draws on her professional experience to discuss how children can be legally protected in armed conflict Patricia Sellers 01 Apr 2014
185 Creative Commons The Prosecution of Rape in Wartime: Evidence from 1950s Kenya Julianne Weis draws on historical data to consider the prosecution of rape in wartime. Julianne Weis 01 Apr 2014
186 Creative Commons Remembering War Marking the anniversary of the first world war, Professor Cecile Fabre considers why we remember war, Cecile Fabre 01 Apr 2014
187 Creative Commons Generals, Politicians and Mandarins: the Malfunctioning Political-Military Relationship in Britain Drawing on his 2013 report, James de Waal discusses civil-military relations in Britain following the conflicts in recent years and considers what lessons could be learnt. James de Waal 01 Apr 2014
188 Creative Commons Post-COIN : The Future of Conventional Warfare Lt Col Alexandre Vautravers, Associate Professor at Webster University looks at the future of armed conflict and the role of conventional forces, post-COIN. Alexandre Vautravers 01 Apr 2014
189 Creative Commons An Uncommon Point of View: Military Diplomacy in an Active Theatre Brigadier Matthew Overton draws on his own professional experience to discuss the role of diplomacy in active conflict. Matthew Overton 01 Apr 2014
190 Creative Commons Planning Future War The Director of CCW outlines the future of armed conflict and how we should be preparing for it. Rob Johnson 01 Apr 2014
191 Creative Commons “If you do not want to see God’s hand in everything, even in the most unbearable, you are lost.” Experiencing the First World War Alongside Kaiser Wilhelm II Leeds University's Professor of Central European History, editor of An Improbable War?The Outbreak of World War I and European Politicsl Culture before 1914, views the war through the letters of one of the Kaiser's generals to his wife. Holger Afflerbach 04 Mar 2014
192 African Studies and Horn of Africa Seminar: South Sudan Crisis Roundtable Roundtable discussion looking at the ongoing crisis in South Sudan Jason Mosley, Annette Weber, Douglas Johnson, Peter Biar Ajak 18 Feb 2014
193 Creative Commons 'Live Dangerously Brothers': Liberia's Ex-Combatants and their place in the post war city Danny Hoffman, Associate Professor of Anthropology, University of Washington, gives a talk for the African Studies seminar series Danny Hoffman 28 Jan 2014
194 Creative Commons Justification for Killing in War Nigel Warburton talks with Seth Lazar on the ethics and justification of killing in war Seth Lazar, Nigel Warburton 08 Jan 2014
195 Measuring criminal accountability for past human rights violation in the South Cone: Databases on judicial activity in Argentina, Chile and Peru Lorena Balardini, Co-ordinator of Research, Centre of Legal and Social Studies, Argentina, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Lorena Balardini 20 Nov 2013
196 Peace through international criminal justice James Stewart, Deputy Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar sries. James Stewart 20 Nov 2013
197 Creative Commons Of other spaces: Analysing memorials to mass violence through Foucault's notion of Heterotopia Prof. Susanne Buckley-Zistel -Director of the Centre for Conflict Studies, Philipps - University of Marburg, gives a talk for the OTJR seminar series. Susanne Buckley-Zistel 20 Nov 2013
198 Creative Commons The Morality of Private War The Challenge of Private Military and Security Companies. James Pattison 05 Nov 2013
199 Creative Commons Men at War: What Fiction Tells Us About War Professor Christopher Coker looks at the presentation of war in fiction, focussing in particular on the different character types commonly portrayed. Christopher Coker 28 Oct 2013
200 Creative Commons The Arrogance of Power: Senator Fulbright's Concept and Today's World Sir Adam Roberts, Emeritus Professor of International Relations at Oxford, gives a talk for the Oxford Alumni Weekend 2013. Sir Adam Roberts 03 Oct 2013