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The identity of ‘the other’ for sexual violence victims: is there anything new in sexual violence prosecutions before the International Criminal Court?
Despite the spectacular development in the field of international criminal law, critical feminism stresses the narrow scope of the sex and gender crimes in the Rome Statute establishing the first permanent International ...
The forgotten dimensions of civil-military relations in Turkey
Many analysts, in explaining civil-military relations in Turkey often develop their arguments within the framework of a binary and conflict-oriented paradigm. Although the confrontational analyses have long been reflective ...
Greek and Turkish perceptions of US mediation efforts for conflict resolution from 1950s to mid-1990s
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Historical Research, 2005)
The common and uncommon political economies of water and oil ‘wars’
(Frank Cass Publishers, 2003)
This article compares the political economies of water and oil conflicts. It suggests that the ‘common pool resource’ (CPR) framework only partially explains the prototypically ‘upstream-downstream’ disputes over flowing ...
Beyond scarcity: rethinking water, climate change and conflict in the Sudans
(Pergamon Press, 2014-11)
This article develops a new framework for understanding environment-conflict relations, on both theoretical grounds and through a qualitative historical analysis of the links between water and conflict in the states of ...
Water scarcity, conflict, and migration: A comparative analysis and reappraisal
(Sage Publications Ltd., 2012)
How should we characterise the relations between environmental scarcity, conflict, and migration? Most academic and policy analyses conclude that scarcities of environmental resources can have significant impacts upon ...