24 November 2015Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm
Venue: QMUL, Mile End Campus, Francis Bancroft Building, Room 1.13
Two New Books from Dr Lee Jones
The books will be launched by Professor Toby Dodge (LSE/ Chatham House) and Tom Keatinge (Royal United Services Institute) on 24 November at 6pm at Queen Mary University of London, Francis Bancroft, Room 1.13.A wine reception and networking will follow. Click here to see the QMUL Mile Campus Map
Societies Under Siege, Exploring How International Economic Sanctions (Do Not) Work - Lee JonesHow do international economic sanctions rework politics in target states, or fail to do so? Using case studies of South Africa, Iraq and Myanmar (Burma), and drawing on extensive interviews, leaked documents and the archives of targeted regimes, this is the first comparative study of this vital question.
Governing Borderless Threats, Non-Traditional Security and the Politics of State Transformation - Shahar Hameiri and Lee Jones
Border-spanning threats like pandemic disease, terrorism, transnational crime and environmental degradation top today’s security agenda. This book explains how efforts to manage these challenges by promoting the transformation of domestic governance actually work in practice.