The Holocaust, Stalin’s genocides and the future of genocide research

Three new contributions, on related themes, to the new issue of Journal of Genocide Research: 1.  Jürgen Matthäus; Martin Shaw; Omer Bartov; Doris Bergen; Donald Bloxham, Donald Bloxham, The Final Solution: A Genocide (review forum), 13, 1 and 2, 2011, 107 - 152. Read a draft of my contribution. 2. Martin Shaw, Jeffrey Alexander et al., Remembering the Holocaust:… Continue reading The Holocaust, Stalin’s genocides and the future of genocide research

Review of Richard Falk and James Rosenau, 1996

Martin Shaw Richard Falk On Humane Governance: Towards a New Global Politics Cambridge: Polity, 1995, xvi + 288 pp James N Rosenau and Mary Durfee, Thinking Theory Thoroughly: Coherent Approaches to an Incoherent World Oxford: Westview, 1995, xiv + 218 pp from Millennium 1996 Each of these books is a cooperative effort, rather unusual in… Continue reading Review of Richard Falk and James Rosenau, 1996

review of Jan Aart Scholte, Globalization, 2000

Martin Shaw Jan Aart Scholte, Globalization: A Critical Introduction London: Macmillan 2000. ISBN 0-333-66022-6 Draft of a review for Millennium: Journal of International Studies Do we need another book on globalization? Jan Aart Scholte is modest enough to pose this question, but his text is a plausible riposte. What we get in here is the… Continue reading review of Jan Aart Scholte, Globalization, 2000

The political meaning of global change, review article, 1999

Martin Shaw The political meaning of global change From International Politics, 36, 419-424, 1999. Offprints available: email me Peter Dicken. GLOBAL SHIFT: TRANSFORMING THE WORLD ECONOMY. Third edition. New York: Guilford Press, 1998. xvi + 496pp. paper Zygmunt Bauman. GLOBALIZATION: THE HUMAN CONSEQUENCES. New York: Columbia University Press, 1998. 138 pp. $24.50 hardcover. Wolfgang H.… Continue reading The political meaning of global change, review article, 1999

The contemporary mode of warfare? Mary Kaldor’s theory of new wars, 2000

from http://www.sussex.ac.uk/Users/hafa3/kaldor.htm Martin Shaw The contemporary mode of warfare? Mary Kaldor’s theory of new wars Review essay from Review of International Political Economy, 7, 1, 2000, 171-80. Contents: The theory of new wars; The understanding of ‘old’ warfare; The absence of the larger context; Genocidal war as the problem; Bibliography Mary Kaldor and Basker Vashee,… Continue reading The contemporary mode of warfare? Mary Kaldor’s theory of new wars, 2000

Leo Panitch, The New Imperial State, reviewed 2000

Martin Shaw Leo Panitch, The New Imperial State reply to article in New Left Review 2, 2000 Leo Panitch's 'The New Imperial State' is at once a welcome turn of Marxist theory towards the internationalized state, and disappointing in the limited nature of its advance. Although he rightly criticizes Peter Gowan for 'concentrating almost exclusively… Continue reading Leo Panitch, The New Imperial State, reviewed 2000