POLIS Journal Winter 2009
Welcome to the second edition of our new journal showcasing the best of our postgraduate taught students' work.
POLIS Journal Vol.2 Winter 09
Neoliberal Economic Policies and Post-Conflict Peace-Building: A Help or Hindrance to Durable Peace? By James Ahearne, MA Conflict, Development and Security.
- Download James Ahearne paper [PDF: 218KB]
The Failure of Self-Reliance in Refugee Settlements, by Meredith Hunter, MA Conflict, Development and Security.
- Download Meredith Hunter paper [PDF: 288KB]
Is the Deradicalisation of Islamist Extremists Possible in a Secular Society Such as Britain? By Sarah Johnson, MA Terrorism and Security.
- Download Sarah Johnson paper [PDF: 595KB]
Sustainable communities: the role of global citizenship education, by Alison Leslie, MA Development Studies and Education.
- Download Alison Leslie paper [PDF: 209KB]
Grievances in Bougainville: Analysing the Impact of Natural Resources in Conflict, by Jack Linnett, MA Conflict, Development and Security.
- Download Jack Linnett paper [PDF: 182KB]
Political Corruption in Russia: An Evaluation of Russia’s Anti-Corruption Strategies, 1991-2009, by Michelle Man, MA International Studies.
- Download Michelle Man paper [PDF: 426KB]
The Great Lakes Refugee Crisis and the Dilemma of Contemporary Humanitarianism, by Victoria Passant, MA Conflict, Development and Security.
- Download Victoria Passant paper [PDF: 348KB]
What Are the Gender Implications of the Bolivarian Revolution? Liberation, Equality and Gender in Present-Day Venezuela, by Hanna Katrina Rantala, MA International Studies.
- Download Hanna Katrina Rantala paper [PDF: 269KB]
Political construction of geography: the US and Russian concepts of Central Asia, by Aijan Sharshenova, MA International Studies.
- Download Aijan Sharshenova paper [PDF: 214KB]