This blog does not usually deal with local politics, but I happen to live in the Brighton Pavilion parliamentary constituency, widely hyped as likely to elect Britain's first Green Party Member of Parliament, Caroline Lucas, at the General Election due to be held by June this year. In an election dominated by the uninspiring choice… Continue reading Brighton Pavilion’s dilemma – Britain’s first Green MP?
Month: February 2010
Palestine in an International Historical Perspective on Genocide
To appear in Holy Land Studies, 9, 1, May 2010. The text originally published in this post was not the final version, which is now available at https://theorypolitics.wordpress.com/2010/06/26/palestine-in-an-international-historical-perspective-on-genocide-2/
Text of my Britain and Genocide lecture
Here is the full text, longer than actually delivered: 100126 King's War Studies Lecture, Britain and Genocide.doc. However this is a draft and should NOT be cited. Here is a link to the definitive published version, for citation. This appeared on the Review of International Studies website as a FirstView article on 29 Nov. 2010, … Continue reading Text of my Britain and Genocide lecture