Storm discusses a broad comparative analysis of the rise of the nation-state during the Age of Revolutions.
The article traces the answer to diverse relational dynamics such as the conflicts in the Ottoman cabinet, the rivalries among the Great Powers, and the European endeavours to secure commercial interests.
The Great Illusion: Blueprints of Collaboration between Revolutions in Italy and Germany (1848). Lissi analyses two episodes and their role in two revolutions.
Annelotte Janse's article that won best student paper society for terrorism research annual postgraduate conference 2021.
De Graaf joins Marcus Pinfari to get to the bottom of the monster metaphor, which is slavishly omnipresent in dealings with terrorism.
Wiegeshoff discusses the global COVID restrictions from a historical perspective dating back to the late Middle Ages and early modern times.
In a co-authored publication, Beatrice de Graaf discusses the nineteenth-century origins of the concept of security.
Beatrice de Graaf et al., discusses the concept of national security as a transnational issue.
In a co-authored publication, Beatrice de Graaf discusses the European security culture after 1815.
Exploring the passport regulations and practices to shed light onto the relationship between state formation, Ottoman threat perceptions and the marginalisation of the Armenian community.