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Securing the state in post transition Tunisia: Reconfiguring regime legitimacy in an age of authoritarian neoliberalism (2023)
Thesis
Maryon, R. Securing the state in post transition Tunisia: Reconfiguring regime legitimacy in an age of authoritarian neoliberalism. (Thesis). Cardiff University. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/11847475

In this thesis I aim to answer the question as to how, following the fall of the Ben Ali regime, in January 2011, successive post-transition governments have sought to reconfigure their claims to legitimacy and the role security politics has played i... Read More about Securing the state in post transition Tunisia: Reconfiguring regime legitimacy in an age of authoritarian neoliberalism.

Global Politics in a Post-Truth Age (2022)
Book
Ahmadzai, A., Balla, E., Hansen, E. S., Hyvönen, A., Lee, T. M. L., Makris, S., …Viparelli, I. (2022). S. McGlinchey, L. S. Lin, Z. S. Balci, & P. Vernon (Eds.). Global Politics in a Post-Truth Age. Bristol, UK: E-International Relations

This book brings together ten chapters that reflect upon the state of global, regional and national politics in the twenty-first century within the context of post-truth. The Oxford Dictionary’s definition of post-truth describes it as circumstances... Read More about Global Politics in a Post-Truth Age.

The Bristol referendum 2022: Thinking through the options (2022)
Digital Artefact
Hambleton, R., Sweeting, D., & Oliver, T. (2022). The Bristol referendum 2022: Thinking through the options. [Online article]

This short article outlines the differences between the mayoral model of decision-making (in which citizens directly elect the city leader) and the committee system of decision-making (in which elected councillors choose who will be the leader of the... Read More about The Bristol referendum 2022: Thinking through the options.

A political economy of genocide in Australia: The architecture of dispossession then and now (2019)
Book Chapter
Crook, M., & Short, D. (2019). A political economy of genocide in Australia: The architecture of dispossession then and now. In J. Bachman (Ed.), Cultural Genocide: Law, Politics and Global Manifestations (140-178). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781351214100-7

This chapter examines the full range of literature on aboriginal participation in the Australian economy. Most of the scholarly works that consider the question of genocide in Australia focus on the “dispersal” extermination campaigns of the 1800s an... Read More about A political economy of genocide in Australia: The architecture of dispossession then and now.