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Books (for fuller information, links and sample chapters, go to Books page)


Sole-authored

2015 What is Genocide? Second Edition. Cambridge: Polity, 235 pp.

2013 Genocide and International Relations: Changing Patterns of Destructive Violence in the Transitions of the Late Modern World. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

2007 What is Genocide? Cambridge: Polity, 176 pp. (Spanish translation, Qué es el Genocidio? Buenos Aires: Prometeo Libros, 2015.)

2005 The New Western Way of War: Risk-Transfer War and its Crisis in Iraq, Cambridge: Polity, 170 pp. (Italian translation, L’Occidente alla Guerra: La tentazione dell’interventismo, Milano: Università Bocconi Editore, 2006, 231 pp.) Read Chapter 6

2003 War and Genocide: Organized Killing in Modern Society. Cambridge: Polity, 244 pp. Read Chapter 2 (Korean translation, Seoul: Greenbee Publishing, 2013. Chapter 2, ‘Genocide as a form of war’, republished in Jens Meierhenrich, ed., Genocide: A Reader, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.)

2000 Theory of the Global State: Globality as Unfinished Revolution, Cambridge University Press, 286 pp. (Italian translation, La Rivoluzione Incompiuta: Democrazia e Stato nell’era della Globalità, with new introduction, Milano: Università Bocconi Editore, 2004, 292 pp.) Read Chapter 1 and the post-9/11 Introducti0n (2004).

1996 Civil Society and Media in Global Crises: Representing Distant Violence, London: Pinter, viii + 214 pp.(Partial German translation, ‘Die Repräsentation ferner Konflikte und die globale Zivilgesellschaft’, in Ulrich Beck, ed, Perspektiven der Weltgesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 1998, pp. 221-56.) Read Part III.

1994 Global Society and International Relations: Sociological Concepts and Political Perspectives, Cambridge: Polity, vii + 197 pp.(Japanese translation, Tokyo: Minerva Shobo, 1997, vii + 266 pp.) Read full text.

1991 Post-Military Society: Militarism, Demilitarization and War at the End of the Twentieth Century, Cambridge: Polity, and Philadelphia: Temple University Press, ix + 216 pp. (Partial Chinese translation, Taiwan, 2002.)

1988 Dialectics of War: An Essay on the Social Theory of War and Peace, London: Pluto, 168 pp. Read full text.

1975 Marxism and Social Science: The Roots of Social Knowledge, London: Pluto, x + 140 pp (Spanish translation, El Marxismo y las Ciencias Sociales: Las Raices del Conocimiento Social, Mexico City: Nueva Imagen, 1978, 152 pp.)

1974 Marxism versus Sociology: A Guide to Reading, London: Pluto, 120 pp.

Edited

2005 Global Activism, Global Media, with Wilma de Jong and Neil Stammers, London: Pluto and Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

1999 Politics and Globalisation: Knowledge, Ethics and Agency, London: Routledge, x + 229 pp.

1991 State and Society in International Relations, with Michael Banks, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester Wheatsheaf, x + 209 pp.

1987 The Sociology of War and Peace, with Colin Creighton, London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martin’s Press, 245 pp.

1985 Marxist Sociology Revisited: Critical Assessments, London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martin’s Press, vii + 268 pp.

1984 War, State and Society, edited, London: Macmillan and New York: St. Martin’s Press, vii + 266 pp.

Articles and chapters

2016 (forthcoming) ‘Genocide in the Contemporary Middle East: A Historical and Comparative Regional Perspective’, in Anthony Tirado Chase, ed., The Routledge Handbook of Human Rights in the Middle East and North Africa. London: Routledge.

2016 (with Amos Goldberg, Thomas Kehoe, A. Dirk Moses, Raz Segal and Gerhard Wolf, (2016) “Israel Charny’s Attack on the Journal of Genocide Research and its Authors: A Response,” Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal: Vol. 10: Iss. 2: 3-22. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5038/1911-9933.10.2.1436. Available at: http://scholarcommons.usf.edu/gsp/vol10/iss2/4.

2015 ‘Conceptualising and Theorising Antisemitism and Racism: The Structural Context of Israel-Palestine, Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies 14.2: 149–164

2015 ‘Still the key reference point: the Second World War, the international system and contemporary warfare‘, Critical Studies on Security, 3:3, 285-289, DOI: 10.1080/21624887.2015.1123952

2015 ‘Genocide and War’. In: James D. Wright, ed., International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, 2nd edition, Vol 10. Oxford: Elsevier. pp. 1–5.

2014 ‘Genocide and Large-Scale Human Rights Violations’, in Mary Kaldor and Iavor Rangelov, eds, Handbook of Global Security Policy. London: Wiley-Blackwell, 145-59.

2013 ‘‘The Concept of Genocide: What Are We Preventing?’ in a new book edited by Bert Ingelaere, Stephan Parmentier, Jacques Haers and Barbara Segaert, Genocide, Risk and Resilience: An Interdisciplinary Approach, just out from Palgrave Macmillan.

2013 ‘Palestine and Genocide: An International Historical Perspective Revisited’, Holy Land Studies, 12, 1, 1-8.

2013 ‘Genocide‘, in Jeff Manza, ed, Oxford Bibliographies in Sociology. New York: Oxford University Press.

2013 ‘Understanding Today’s Genocides: The Snare of Analogy’, Global Dialogue, 15, 1.

2012 ‘Twenty-First Century Militarism: A Historical-Sociological Framework‘, in Anna Stavrianakis and Jan Selby, eds, Militarism and International Relations: Political Economy, Security, Theory, London: Routledge, 19-32.

2011 ‘From Comparative to International Genocide Studies: The International Production of Genocide in Twentieth-Century Europe‘, European Journal of International Relations, 18, 4, 2012, 645-88.

Darfur: Counter-Insurgency, Forced Displacement and Genocide‘, British Journal of Sociology, 62, 1, 56-61.

Shifting the Foundations of Genocide Research‘, in review forum on Bloxham, The Holocaust: A Genocide, Journal of Genocide Research, 13, 2, 111-16.

2010 ‘Britain and Genocide: Historical and Contemporary Parameters of National Responsibility‘, Review of International Studies, published online in RIS FirstView, and to appear in print edition in 2011.

‘Palestine in an International Historical Perspective on Genocide’Holy Land Studies, 9, 1, pp. 1-24.

‘The question of genocide in Palestine, 1948: a debate between Martin Shaw and Omer Bartov’Journal of Genocide Research, 12, 3 & 4, 243-259.

‘Sociology and Genocide’ in A. Dirk Moses and D. Bloxham, eds, The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 142-62.

2009 ‘Genocide in the Global Age’, in Bryan S. Wilson, ed., The Routledge Handbook of Globalisation Studies, London: Routledge, pp. 312-27.

‘Conceptual and Theoretical Frameworks for Organised Violence’, International Journal of Conflict and Violence, 3, 1, 2009, pp. 97-106.

2007 ‘When war is not war: Western and terrorist ways of war in the era of global surveillance warfare’, in Richard Keeble and Sarah Maltby, eds, Communicating War, London: Arima, pp. 130-40.

‘The Political Structure of a Global World: The Role of the United States’, in Bruce Mazlish, Nayan Chanda and Kenneth Weisbrode, eds, The Paradox of a Global USA, Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 16-30.

‘The general hybridity of war and genocide’, Journal of Genocide Research, 9, 3, 2007, 461-73.

2006 ‘War’, in Philipp Oswalt and Tim Rieniets, eds, Atlas of Shrinking Cities/Atlas der Schrumpfenden Städte, Berlin: Kulturstiftung des Bundes, pp. 52-53.

The Sources of Social Power and the Sociology of Genocide’, Sociology, 40, 1, 177-83.

2005 ‘Die neue westliche Kriegführung und ihre Kriese’, Das Argument, 47, 5/6, 93-100 (translated by Julian Müller).

‘Rethinking Peace, Security and Human Rights for a Global Age’, in Fabian Globalisation Group, Just World: A Fabian Manifesto, London: Zed, 73-78.

2004 ‘New wars of the city: “urbicide” and “genocide”‘ in Steve Graham, ed., Cities, War, and Terrorism, Oxford: Blackwell, 141-53.

‘Internationalisation of the state’, in Wolfgang Fritz Haug, ed., Historisch-kritisches Wörterbuch des Marxismus, Berlin.

Risk-transfer Militarism and the Legitimacy of War after Iraq’, Foreign Policy in Focus Policy Report, June 30, 2004

(1) republished as Paul Eden and Therese O’Donnell, eds, September 11, 2001: A Turning-Point in International and Domestic Law?, Ardsley, NY: Transnational Publishers, 2005, 127-48;

(2) translated as ‘Militarismo de transferencia de riesgo y la legalidad de la guerra tras Irak’, translation of, in Relaciones Internacionales (Madrid), 3, October 2005.

(3) translated by Kai Hebel as ‚„Risikotransfer-Militarismus“ und die Relegitimierung des Krieges in der Weltgesellschaft’, in Thorsten Bonacker and Christoph Weller, ed., Konflikte der Weltgesellschaft: Akteure – Strukturen – Dynamiken, Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 151-74.

2003 ‘Strategy and Slaughter’, Review of International Studies, 29, 2, 2003, 269-78.

‘Global Politics After the Cold War’ in Mary Hawkesworth and Maurice Kogan, editors, Routledge Encyclopedia of Government and Politics, Second

edition, London: Routledge.

‘The Global Transformation of the Social Sciences’, in Mary Kaldor, Helmut Anheier and Marlies Glasius, eds, Global Civil Society Yearbook 2003, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 35-44.

2002 ‘Risk-transfer militarism, small massacres and the historic legitimacy of war’, International Relations, 17, 3, 343-60.

The Unfinished Global Revolution: Intellectuals and the New Politics of International Relations‘, Review of International Studies, 27, 1, 1-21

‘The Historical Transition of Our Times: The Question of Globality in Historical Sociology’, in John Hobson and Steve Hobden, eds, Historical Sociology and International Relations, 82-88, and in Cambridge Review of International Affairs, XIV, 2, 2001, 273-89

‘Post-Imperial and Quasi-Imperial: State and Empire in the Global Era’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 31, 2, 327-36.

‘Ten Challenges to Anti-War Politics’, Radical Philosophy 111, 11-19.

2001 ‘Democracy and Peace in the Global Revolution’, in Tarak Barkawi and Mark Laffey, eds., Democracy, Liberalism and War: Rethinking the Democratic Peace Debate, Boulder: Lynne Rienner, 173-92.

‘Global society’ in the Routledge Encyclopaedia of Political Economy, London: Routledge, 606-07.

Review article, ‘War and humanitarian emergencies’, Journal of Development Studies, 17, 5, 154-59.

‘Media and Public Opinion in International Relations’, in Briggite Nacos and Robert Shapiro, eds., Decision-Making in a Glass House: Media, Public Opinion and American and European Foreign Policy, Boulder, Co.: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 27-40.

2000 ‘The development of the “common-risk” society: a theoretical overview’ in Jürgen Kuhlmann and Jean Callaghan (eds.) Military and Society in 21st Century Europe, Brunswick, NJ: Transaction, pp. 13-26 (simultaneous Russian edition, Moscow: Nauchnaya Kniga, 2000; reprinted in Society, 38, 6, September-October 2001, 7-15.

‘Historical sociology and global transformation’, in Ronen Palan (ed.) New Theories of the Global Political Economy, London: Routledge, 229-41.

‘The State of International Relations’, in Sarah Owen Vandersluis (ed.), The State and Identity Construction in International Relations, London: Macmillan, pp. 7-30.

1999 ‘Global Voices: Civil Society and the Media in Global Crises’, in Timothy Dunne and Nicholas J Wheeler, eds., Human Rights in Global Politics, Cambridge University Press, pp. 214-32

‘War and Society’, in John W Chambers II, ed., The Oxford Companion to American Military History, New York: Oxford University Press

(review article) ‘The Political Meaning of Global Change’, International Politics, 36, 429-34.

‘Civil Society’ in Lester Kurtz, ed., Encyclopaedia of Violence, Peace and Conflict, San Diego: Academic Press, pp. 269-78

The Kosovan War, 1998-99: State, War and Genocide in the Global Revolution’, Sociological Research Online, (reprinted in Papers in Social Theory 5, Warwick/Sussex, 2000).

‘War and Globality: The Role and Character of War in the Global Transition’ in Ho-Won Jeong, ed.,The New Agenda for Peace Research, Reading: Ashgate, pp. 61-80, translated as

(1) ‘Guerre et globalité: le rôle et le caractère de la guerre à l’intérieur de la transition globale’ (translated) in Pierre Hassner and Roland Marchal, eds, Guerres et sociétés: Etat et violence après la Guerre Froide. Paris: Editions Karthala, 49-75.

(2) ‘El papel y el carácter de la guerra en la transición global’ (translated) in Eduardo Andrés, Sandoval Forero and Robinson Salazar Pérez, eds, América Latina: Conflicto, Violencia y Paz en el Siglo XXI, Mexico City: Librosenred, 2003, 15-44.

‘The Global Revolution and the Challenge of the Twenty-First Century: From International Relations to Global Politics’ in Stephen Chan and Jarrod Wiener, eds., Twentieth Century International History, London: IB Taurus, pp. 191-210

‘Globality as a revolutionary transformation’ in Martin Shaw, ed., Politics and Globalisation, London: Routledge.

1998 ‘The Historical Sociology of the Future’, Review of International Political Economy, 5, 2, pp 322-27.

1997 ‘The Theoretical Challenge of Global Society’ in Sreberny-Mohhammadi, Winseck, McKenna, Boyd-Barrett, eds., Media in Global Context, London: Edward Arnold, reprinted in John Beynon and David Dunkerley, eds., Globalization: The Reader, London: Athlone Press, 2000, pp 61-64

‘Conscription and Citizenship’ in Anthony Giddens, ed., Sociology: Introductory Readings, Cambridge: Polity

‘The State of Globalization: towards a theory of state transformation’, Review of International Political Economy, 4, 3, Autumn, pp 497-513, reprinted in Neil Brenner, Bob Jessop, Martin Jones and Gordon MacLeod, eds, State/Space: A Reader, Oxford: Blackwell, 2003, and (abridged) as ‘Theorizing the Emergent Global State’, in Richard Little and Michael Smith, eds, Perspectives on World Politics, Third Edition, London: Taylor and Francis, 2005.

‘Globalization and post-military democracy’, in Anthony McGrew, ed., The Transformation of Democracy, Cambridge: Polity Press, pp. 26-48.

‘From Public Issues to Private Troubles’, in Chet Ballard, Jon Gubbay and Christopher Middleton, eds., A Student’s Companion to Sociology, Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 31-38.

‘Nueva guerras urbanas’ (‘new wars of the city’), Dos, dos: revista sobre las cuidades, 2, Vallidolid, Spain, pp 67-75, reproduced online in The Urban Operations Journal, 2003.

‘Past Wars and Present Conflicts: From the Second World War to the Gulf’, in Martin Lunn and Ken Evans, eds., War and Memory in the Twentieth Century, Leamington Spa: Berg, 191-205.

1996 ‘Nova Varnostna Razprava in Druzbene Spremembe’ (The New Security Debate and Social Transformations), translated by Marjan Malesic, in Malesic, ed., Razvoj Obramboslovne Misli, Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences, 13-32.

1995 ‘Military, State and Society in the 21st Century: challenges of the Fragmentary Peace’, in Harold Gillman and Detlef Herold, eds., Democratic and Civil Control over Armed Forces, Rome: NATO Defense College, 55-68.

1994 The Global State and the Politics of Intervention, London: Centre for the Study of Global Governance, London School of Economics, 15 pp.

‘Civil Society and Global Politics: Beyond a Social Movements Approach’, Millenium: Journal of International Studies, 23, 3, Winter, 647-68.

‘Self-determination: Comments on Subaidi’, in D.A.C. Freestone, ed., Self-determination: A Symposium, Hull: University of Hull Law School.

‘Churches and War: Surveys of Attitudes during the Gulf Conflict’ (with Roy Carr-Hill), in Peter G. Forster, ed., Contemporary Mainstream Christianity, Aldershot: Gower.

‘Theses on a Post-Military Europe: Conscription, Citizenship and Militarism after the Cold War’, in Chris Rootes and Howard Davis, eds., A New Europe: Social Change and Political Transformation, London: UCL Press, pp. 55-71.

‘Towards a Global Policy for Labour’, Renewal: A Journal of Labour Politics, 2, 1, pp. 30-9.

1993 ‘The failure of international law in its wider context: comments on Rehman’, in D.A.C. Freestone, ed., Humanitarian Intervention in Former Yugoslavia, University of Hull European Community Research Unit, 2 pp.

‘”There is no such thing as society”: beyond individualism and statism in international security studies’, Review of International Studies, 19, 2, April, pp. 159-76

‘The Denial of Death’ (with Roy Carr-Hill), Peace Review, 5:1, pp. 35-41.

1992 ‘Global society and global responsibility: the theoretical, analytical and practical limits of international society’, Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 21, 3, Winter, pp 421-34 (republished in Rick Fawns and Jeremy Larkins, eds., International Society After the Cold War: Anarchy and Order Reconsidered, Macmillan, 1996).

‘Public Opinion and Media War Coverage in Britain’, in Hamid Mowlana, George W. Gerbner and Herbert Schiller, eds., Triumph of the Image: The Media’s War in the Persian Gulf. A Global Perspective, Boulder, Colorado: Westview (with Roy Carr-Hill).

1991 ‘Mass Media and Attitudes to the Gulf War in Britain’ in Michael Morgan, ed., ‘The Media and the Gulf War’, special issue of The Electronic Journal of Communication/La Revue Electronique de Communication, Montreal (with Roy Carr-Hill).

Public Opinion, Media and Violence: Attitudes to the Gulf War in a Local Population (with Roy Carr-Hill), Hull: Hull University Gulf War Project, 42 pp..

‘State Theory and the Post-Cold War World’ and ‘Total War and the Theory of the State’ in Shaw and Banks, eds, State and Society in International Relations, Hemel Hempstead: Harvester-Wheatsheaf.

1990 ‘Strategy and Social Process: lessons from strategic studies’, Sociology, 24, 3, August, pp 465-73 (extract republished in David Morgan and Liz Stanley, eds, Debates in Sociology, Manchester: MUP, 1994).

‘From Total War to Democratic Peace: exterminism and historical pacifism’, in H. Kaye and K. McClelland, eds, E.P. Thompson: Critical Debates, Cambridge: Polity, 233-51.

1989 ‘War and the Nation-State’, in D. Held and J. Thompson, eds., Social Theory of Modern Societies: Anthony Giddens and his Critics, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

‘Ideen uber Krieg und Militarisierung in der Gesellschaftstheorie des Späten Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts’, translated by H. Joas, in H. Joas and H. Steiner, eds., Machtpolitischer Realismus und Pazifistische Utopie: Krieg und Frieden in der Geschichte der Sozialwissenschaften, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 283-308.

‘Great Britain’, in Philip G Altbach, ed., Student Political Activism: An International Reference Handbook, Westport: Conn., Greenwood, 237-48.

1988 ‘The Real Sociology of War: A reply to Roger Scruton’, British Journal of Sociology, XXXIX, 4, December, 615-8.

‘The End of Regimentation: Socialism’s Second Chance’, Detente: A quarterly journal devoted to understanding the Soviet Union, 13, 14-16.

‘In Defence of “Historical Pacifism”‘, European Nuclear Disarmament Journal, October-January, pp 34-5.

1987 ‘Marxism, War and Peace in Britain, 1895-1945’, in Richard Taylor and Nigel Young, eds., Campaigns for Peace: Peace movements in Britain in the twentieth century, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 49-72.

‘Introduction’ and ‘The Rise and Fall of the Military-Democratic State: Britain 1940-85’, in C. Creighton and M. Shaw, eds., The Sociology of War and Peace, London: Macmillan, 1-13 and 143-58.

1986 The Student Movements of the 1960s: A view from the 1980s, Hull: Hull University Occasional Papers in Sociology and Social Anthropology, No. 2, 36 pp.

1985 ‘Sociology and the Crisis of Marxism’, in Shaw, ed., Marxist Sociology Revisited: Critical Assessments, London: Macmillan, 1-20.

‘Marxism, the State and Politics’, in Shaw, ed., Marxist Sociology Revisited: Critical Assessments, London: Macmillan, 246-68.

1984 ‘Marxism and the Problem of Law and Order in Britain’, in P. Norton, ed., Law and Order in British Politics, Aldershot: Gower, 179-92.

‘War: The End of the Dialectic?’, Journal of Area Studies, 9, 1-4.

‘War and Social Theory’ and ‘War, Imperialism and the State System: A critique of orthodox Marxism for the 1980s’ in Shaw, ed., War, State and Society, London: Macmillan, 1-24 and 47-60.

1982 Review article of Jacoby, Dialectic of Defeat and Gouldner, The Two Marxisms, Theory, Culture and Society, 1, 2, Autumn, 120-3.

1981 Socialism and Militarism, Nottingham: Spokesman, 34 pp.

1979 ‘The Social Roots of Statistical Knowledge’ (with Ian Miles) in J. Irvine, I. Miles and J. Evans, eds., Demystifying Social Statistics, London: Pluto, 27-38.

1978 ‘The Making of a Party? The International Socialists 1965-76’, The Socialist Register 1978, London: Merlin, 100-45.

1976 ‘New Empirical Marxisms’, Sociology, 10, 3, September, 519-23.

1974 ‘The Theory of the State and Politics: A central paradox of Marxism’, Economy and Society, 3, 4, November, 429-50.

1971 ‘The Coming Crisis of Radical Sociology’, New Left Review 70, November-December; reprinted in R Blackburn, ed., Ideology in Social Science, London: Fontana, 1972, 33-44.

1971-72 ‘Understanding Sociology’, The Spokesman, 19-20, December-January, 61-65.

1968 ‘Christianity and Marxism’, Slant, 19, February-March, 3-10.

1967 ‘Socialism: class struggle or intellectual movement?’, Slant, 16, August-September, 3-7.

1966-67 ‘Class, movement and party: A reply to Penrose’, Slant, 12, December-January, 10-11.

1966 ‘Class, movement, party’, Slant, 10, August-September, 3-9.

TRANSLATIONS

FRENCH

2001 ‘Guerre et globalité: le rôle et le caractère de la guerre à l’intérieur de la transition globale’, Pierre Hassner et Roland Marchal, eds, Guerres et sociétés: Etat et violence après la Guerre Froide. Paris: Editions Karthala, 49-75.

GERMAN

2005 ‘Die neue westliche Kriegführung und ihre Kriese’, Das Argument, 47, 5/6, 93-100 (translated by Julian Müller).

2004 ‚„Risikotransfer-Militarismus“ und die Relegitimierung des Krieges in der Weltgesellschaft’, in Thorsten Bonacker and Christoph Weller, ed., Konflikte der Weltgesellschaft: Akteure – Strukturen – Dynamiken, Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 151-74. (translated by Kai Hebel)

1998 ‘Die Repräsentation ferner Konflikte und die globale Zivilgesellschaft’, partial translation of Civil Society and Media in Global Crises, in Ulrich Beck, ed,Perspektiven der Weltgesellschaft, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, pp. 221-56.)

1989 ‘Ideen uber Krieg und Militarisierung in der Gesellschaftstheorie des Späten Zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts’, translated by H. Joas, in H. Joas and H. Steiner, eds., Machtpolitischer Realismus und Pazifistische Utopie: Krieg und Frieden in der Geschichte der Sozialwissenschaften, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp, 283-308.

ITALIAN

2006 L’Occidente alla Guerra: La tentazione dell’interventismo, Milano: Università Bocconi Editore, 2006, 231 pp.

2004 La Rivoluzione Incompiuta: Democrazia e Stato nell’era della Globalità, with new introduction, Milano: Università Bocconi Editore, 2004, 292 pp.)

SPANISH

2015 Qué es el Genocidio? Buenos Aires: Prometeo Libros, 2015.

2005 ‘Militarismo de transferencia de riesgo y la legalidad de la guerra tras Irak’, translation of, inRelaciones Internacionales (Madrid), 3, October.

2003 ‘El papel y el carácter de la guerra en la transición global’, Eduardo Andrés, Sandoval Forero and Robinson Salazar Pérez, eds, América Latina: Conflicto, Violencia y Paz en el Siglo XXI, Mexico City: Librosenred, 15-44.

1999 ‘Nueva guerras urbanas’, Dos, dos: revista sobre las cuidades, 2, Vallidolid, Spain, pp 67-75

1978 El Marxismo y las Ciencias Sociales: Las Raices del Conocimiento Social, Mexico City: Nueva Imagen, 152 pp.

JAPANESE

1997 Translation of Global Society and International Relations: Sociological Concepts and Political Perspectives, Tokyo: Minerva Shobo, vii + 266 pp.

CHINESE

2002 Partial translation of Post-Military Society: Militarism, Demilitarization and War at the End of the Twentieth Century, Taiwan.

SLOVENIAN

1996 ‘Nova Varnostna Razprava in Druzbene Spremembe’, translated by Marjan Malesic, in Malesic, ed., Razvoj Obramboslovne Misli, Ljubljana: University of Ljubljana Faculty of Social Sciences, 13-32.

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