From now on I shall be publishing on this site – and nowhere else – any new articles I write. This will not only make them much more accessible but also enable me to launch them as soon as they are finished (it can take a year or more to get an article into a good academic journal). In taking this decision I have also taken to heart some of the points made by George Monbiot about ‘The Lairds of Learning’.
Click on a link below to read the article (or book) described:
(to download the file right-click on the link and choose ‘save target/link/file as..’)
- ‘Diplomatic security and the birth of the compound system’ (January 2016)
- ‘The British Interests Section in Kampala, 1976-7’ (January 2012)
- ‘Diplomacy and journalism in the Victorian era: Charles Dickens, the Roving Englishman, and the “white-gloved cousinocracy”’ (September 2012)
- ‘A weak diplomatic hybrid: U.S. Special Mission Benghazi, 2011-12’ (January 2013)