College staff contribute to International Affairs journal 4 November 2013

The last issue of International Affairs (September 2013, Vol. 89) published by Chatham House,  included not just one, or two, or three, but actually four separately submitted articles by College staff. 

Politics Professor Doug Stokes examined new trends in the transatlantic alliance with his article entitled “Transatlantic Triage? European and UK ‘Grand Strategy’ after the US Rebalance to Asia”, while his colleague, Professor Mick Dumper focussed more specifically on urban conflicts with an article on “ Policing Divided Cities: Stabilisation and Law Enforcement in Palestinian East Jerusalem”.   Professor Paul Cornish from the Strategic Studies Institute examined UK Defence Strategy in “Fifty shades of purple?  A risk-sharing Approach to the 2015 Strategic Defence and Security Review” and Professor Gareth Stansfield completed the complement of four with his “Britain, the United Arab Emirates and the defence of the Gulf Revisited”.   

Surely this must be some sort of record? 

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