Alexander Laban Hinton, Giorgio Shani and Jeremiah Alberg (eds) Rethinking Peace: Discourse, Memory, Translation, and Dialogue. London: Rowman and Littlefield International.

Piki Ish-Shalom (2019) 'Benjamin Netanyahu and his Battle against the Legal System', 29 March. Article on forthcoming Israeli elections

Piki Ish-Shalom (2019) Beyond the Veil of Knowledge. Triangulating Security, Democracy, and Academic Scholarship. Michigan University Press.

Shabnam Holliday (2019) 'Populism, the International and Methodological Nationalism: Global Order and the Iran-Israel Nexus, Political Studies.

Jeff Bridoux (2019) Shaking off the neoliberal shackles: “democratic emergence” and the negotiation of democratic knowledge in the Middle East North Africa context, Democratization, DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2018.1557148

Jonas Wolff (forthcoming 2019) Justice and Peace: The role of justice claims in international cooperation and conflict, Wiesbaden: Springer, co-edited with Caroline Fehl, Niklas Schörnig and Simone Wisotzki,  

Jonas Wolff ( forthcoming 2019) Socioeconomic Protests in MENA and Latin America: Egypt and Tunisia in Interregional Comparison, London: Palgrave Macmillan, co-edited with Irene Weipert-Fenner.

Jonas Wolff (2019) 'Beyond contestation: Conceptualizing negotiation in democracy promotion', Democratization, published online 22 January 2019,, co-authored with Annika E. Poppe and Julia Leininger.

Jonas Wolff (forthcoming 2019) Negotiating International Civil Society Support: The Case of Ethiopia’s 2009 Charities and Societies Proclamation', Democratization, co-authored with Jalale Getachew Birru.

Jonas WSolff (2019) 'Ecuador after Correa: The Struggle over the “Citizens’ Revolution”', Revista de Ciencia Política 38 2, 281-302, 

Amitav Acharya (2018) Constructing Global Order: Agency and Change in World Politics. Cambridge University Press.

Richard Beardsworth (2018) 'Our Political Moment: Political Responsibility and Political Leadership in a Globalized, Fragmented Age', International Relations, 32/4, December.

Ledwidge, M. and Parmar, I. (2018). Clash of pans: pan-Africanism and pan-Anglo-Saxonism and the global colour line, 1919–1945. International Politics, 55(6), pp. 765–781. doi:10.1057/s41311-017-0105-1.

Wertheim, S., Tournès, L. and Parmar, I. (2018). The birth of global knowledge: intellectual networks in the world crisis, 1919–1939. International Politics, 55(6), pp. 727–733. doi:10.1057/s41311-017-0111-3.

Parmar, I. (2018). The US-led liberal order: imperialism by another name? International Affairs, 94(1), pp. 151–172. doi:10.1093/ia/iix240.

Jonas Wolff (2018) EDP Network: Democracy Promotion in Times of Uncertainty: Trends and Challenges, PRIF Report 13/2018, Frankfurt: Peace Research Institute Frankfurt (PRIF),

Jonas Wolff (2018) 'Political Incorporation in Measures of Democracy: A Missing Dimension (and the Case of Bolivia)', Democratization 25: 4, 692-708,

Parmar, I. (2017). The Legitimacy Crisis of the U.S. Elite and the Rise of Donald Trump. Insight Turkey, 19(3), pp. 9–22. doi:10.25253/99.2017193.01.

Patrice McMahon (2017) The NGO Game: Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in the Balkans and Beyond. Cornell University Press

Patrice McMahon (2017) American Exceptionalism Reconsidered: U.S. Foreign Policy, Human Rights and World Order. Abingdon: Routledge.

Jonas Wolff (2017) 'The contested spaces of civil society in a plural world: Norm contestation in the debate about restrictions on international civil society support', Contemporary Politics 23: 4, 469-488,, co-authored with Annika E. Poppe.

Jonas Wolff (2017) 'Negotiating interference: US democracy promotion, Bolivia, and the tale of a failed agreement', Third World Quarterly 38: 4, 882-899,

Jonas Wolff (2017) The interaction of interests and norms in international democracy promotion, Journal of International Relations and Development 20: 1, 80-107,, co-authored with Hans-Joachim Spanger.

Murray, N. & Vale, P. (Eds.) 2017. ‘Perfomative Jozi’, Thesis Eleven, 15, 1. 127 pp.

Vale, P. & Higgins, J (Eds.) 2016. ‘State Of Urgency: The Humanities in South Africa’ (Special Issue). Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 15, 1. 174 pp. 

Vale, P., Hamilton, L. & Prinsloo, E.H. (Eds.) 2014. Intellectual Traditions in South Africa. Ideas, Individuals and Institutions. Pietermaritzburg: UKZN Press, pp. 364.

Fourie, P. & Vale, P. (Eds.) 2014. Political Science in South Africa: The Last Forty Years. London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 244.