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  2. van der Harst, J., & Voerman, G. (2015). Preface. In J. van der Harst, & G. Voerman (Eds.), An impossible job? The presidents of the European Commission 1958-2014 (pp. vii-viii). London: John Harper Publishing.
  3. Lamont, C. (2015). Research Methods in International Relations. London, UK: SAGE Publications Inc.
  4. Lamont, C., Gaenssmantel, F., & van der Harst, J. (2015). Introduction: Imagining Democracy after the Arab Spring. In C. Lamont, J. van der Harst, & F. Gaenssmantel (Eds.), Non-Western Encounters with Democratization: Imagining Democracy after the Arab Spring (pp. 1-7). Farnham, UK: Ashgate Publishing.
  5. Landman, L. (2015). The EU Maritime Security Strategy: Promoting or Absorbing European Defence Cooperation? (Clingendael Policy Brief). The Hague: Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen ‘Clingendael’.
  6. Halbertsma, T. (2015). Domestic Challenges and International Opportunities: Meandering through Mongolia's Past and Present. (GSG/CEASG Inaugural Lectures Series ; Vol. 3). Groningen: University of Groningen.
  7. Holzhacker, R. (2015). The UN, National Human Rights Institutions (NHRIs), and Regional Networks: New Venues for raising LGBT Issues in Southeast Asia. 1-17. Paper presented at International Studies Association, New Orleans, United States.
  8. Boduszynski, M. (Author), & Lamont, C. (Author). (2015). 日本与伊斯兰国的关系将何去何从?. Web publication/site, China Daily. Retrieved from http://translate.chinadaily.com.cn/article-289549-1.html
  9. Boduszynski, M. (Author), & Lamont, C. (Author). (2015). Islamic State and Japan: What Next?. Web publication/site, The Diplomat. Retrieved from http://thediplomat.com/2015/02/islamic-state-and-japan-what-next/
  10. Lamont, C., & Pannwitz, H. (2015). Japan's New Middle East Policy: Good News For Europe? Nederlands Instituut voor Internationale Betrekkingen ‘Clingendael’.
  11. Innes, A., & Lamont, C. K. (2015). Non-western visions of development? Japan's official development assistance and global governmentality. In C. K. Lamont, J. van der Harst, & F. Gaenssmantel (Eds.), Non-Western Encounters with Democratization: Imagining Democracy after the Arab Spring (pp. 217-236). Ashgate Publishing.
  12. De Milliano, C., Faling, M., Clark-Ginsberg, A., Crowley, D., & Gibbons, P. (2015). Resilience: The holy grail or yet another hype? In P. Gibbons, & H-J. Heintze (Eds.), The Humanitarian Challenge: 20 Years European Network on Humanitarian Action (NOHA) (pp. 17-30). Springer International Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-13470-3_2
  13. Zwitter, A. (2015). The Arab uprising: State of emergency and constitutional reform. In C. K. Lamont, J. van der Harst, & F. Gaenssmantel (Eds.), Non-Western Encounters with Democratization: Imagining Democracy after the Arab Spring (pp. 103-126). Routledge.
  14. Voelkner, N. (2015). Affective Economies in the Governance of Trafficking and Sex Work in Vietnam. In A-M. D'Aoust (Ed.), Affective Economies, Neoliberalism, and Governmentality Abingdon, London: Routledge.
  15. Hartcout, W., Ling, L. H. M., Zalewski, M., Prügl, E., Kunz, R., Hagmann, J., ... Graz, J-C. (2015). Assessing, Engaging, and Enacting Worlds: Tensions in Feminist Method/ologies. International Feminist Journal of Politics, 17(1), 158-172. https://doi.org/10.1080/14616742.2014.988451
  16. Kocken, J. (2015). Assessing the complex normative pluralism in humanitarian crises: do local norms matter? In A. Zwitter, C. K. Lamont, H-J. Heintze, & J. Herman (Eds.), Humanitarian Action: Global, Regional and Domestic Responses (pp. 228-250). Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press.
  17. Olbrich, P., & Witjes, N. (2015). Blurry Pictures, Clear Evidence? Non-Governmental Satellite Imagery Analysts as an Epistemic Community in Security Discourses. In C. Günay, & J. Pospisil (Eds.), ADD-ON 14/15 Jahrbuch/Yearbook oiip: Legitimacy beyond normative orders? (pp. 115-128). (Wiener Beiträge zur Internationalen Politik; Vol. 2014/2015). Wien: Facultas.
  18. de Deugd, N. (2015). Bridge, buffer-zone or battleground? The dynamics of Ukrainian foreign policy under presidents Kravchuk and Kuchma. In R. van der Laarse, M. N. Cherenkov, V. V. Proshak, & T. Mykhalchuk (Eds.), Religion, state, society, and identity in transition: Ukraine (pp. 505-522). Oisterwijk: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  19. Olbrich, P. (2015). China’s Legitimate Rule in East Asia? Hierarchy in Sino-Korean Relations during the Ming Dynasty. In C. Günay, & J. Pospisil (Eds.), ADD-ON 14/15 Jahrbuch/Yearbook oiip: Legitimacy beyond normative orders? (pp. 11-23). (Wiener Beiträge zur Internationalen Politik; Vol. 2014/2015). Wien: Facultas.
  20. Voelkner, N., Huysmans, J., Claudia, A., & Neal, A. (Eds.) (2015). Critical Security Methods: New Frameworks for Analysis. London: Routledge.
  21. Boele Van Hensbroek, P. (2015). Cultural Resources for Democracy: The Case of South Korean Democratization and the Nineteenth-Century Tonghak Movement. In Non-Western Encounters with Democratization: Imagining Democracy after the Arab Spring (pp. 181-196). [10] Farnham and Burlington.
  22. Zwitter, A. (2015). Deciding what to do: A universal Code of ethics for global citizenship: A universal Code of ethics for global citizenship. In H. Bashir, & P. W. Gray (Eds.), Deconstructing Global Citizenship: Political, Cultural, and Ethnic Perspectives (pp. 99). Lexington Books.
  23. Voelkner, N. (2015). Discourse/Materiality. In C. Aradau, J. Huysmans, A. Neal, & N. Voelkner (Eds.), Critical Security Methods: New Frameworks for Analysis London: Routledge.
  24. Herborth, B. (2015). Do we need 195 theories of foreign policy. In G. Hellmann, & K-E. Jørgensen (Eds.), Theorizing Foreign Policy in a Globalizing World (pp. 101-125). (Palgrave Studies in International Relations). Palgrave MacMillan. https://doi.org/10.1057/9781137431912
  25. Couperus, S., Lagendijk, V., & van de Grift, L. (Eds.) (2015). Experimental Spaces Planning in High Modernity. Journal of Modern European History, 13(4 (special issue)).
  26. Herborth, B. (2015). Imagining man - forgetting society? In D. Jacobi, & A. Freyberg-Inan (Eds.), Human Beings in International Relations (pp. 229-246). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  27. Voelkner, N., Huysmans, J., Claudia, A., & Neal, A. (2015). Introduction. In Critical Security Methods: New Frameworks for Analysis London: Routledge.
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