Citation noodling

Striving for Military Stability in Europe, by Jane M. O. Sharp, cites my “Comment: In Search of a Solution,” IWPR, November 3, 2004.

Endgame in the Balkans: Regime Change, European Style, by Elizabeth Pond: cites my “Comment: In Search of a Solution,” IWPR, November 3, 2004; my debate with Gerald Knaus, “Does the International Presence in the Balkans Require Radical Restructuring?” NATO Review (Winter 2004); and an interview she carried out with me in 2002.

Victory in War: Foundations of Modern Military Policy by William C. Martel; and Superterrorism: Policy Responses, by Lawrence Freedman; The Uncertain Superpower: Domestic Dimensions of US Foreign Policy After the Cold War by Bernhard May; and The Kosovo Crisis and the Evolution of Post-Cold War European Security by Martin A. Smith and Paul Latawski all cite my article with Marta Dassú “America’s Balkan Disengagement?” Survival 43.4 (Winter 2001)

The Northern Ireland Conflict: Consociational Engagements, by John McGarry, Brendan O’Leary, mentions me by name on p 260 and cites my elections website (at the old URL unfortunately) several times.

“Northern Ireland, Civic Nationalism, and the Belfgast Agreement”, by John McGarry in Northern Ireland and the Divided World: Post-agreement Northern Ireland in Comparative Perspective edited by John MacGarry, cites my elections website (again, unfortunately at the old URL)

Science, Culture, and Modern State Formation, by Patrick Carroll cites my book with Peter Bowler, Science and Society in Ireland: The Social Context of Science and Technology in Ireland, 1500-1950.

Taking Flight: Inventing the Aerial Age, from Antiquity through the First World War, by Richard P. Hallion, Ingenious Ireland: A County-by-County Exploration of the Mysteries and Marvels of the Ingenious Irish, by Mary Mulvihill, and Joyce’s Revenge: History, Politics, and Aesthetics in Ulysses, by Andrew Gibson, all cite Science, Colonialism and Ireland

History of Irish Thought, by Thomas Duddy cites both Science, Colonialism and Ireland and Science and Society in Ireland: The Social Context of Science and Technology in Ireland, 1500-1950.

The Superpower Myth: The Use and Misuse of American Might, by Nancy Soderberg, and International Crisis Management, by Marc Houben, and Cyprus as Lighthouse of the East Mediterranean: Shaping Re-unification and EU Accession Together, by Natalie Tocci and Michael Emerson, all thank me in the acknowledgements

The Balkans in the New Millennium: In the Shadow of War and Peace, by Tom Gallagher, cites my article with Marta Dassú, my debate with Gerald Knaus as reprinted in IWPR, Balkan Crisis Report, No. 505, 2 July 2004, and my commentary ‘The European Parliament flexes its muscles in Albania’, Europe South-East Monitor, Brussels: CEPS, No. 35, June 2002.

Indispensable Traitors: Liberal Parties in Settler Conflicts, by Thomas G. Mitchell, and the same author’s Native vs. Settler: Ethnic Conflict in Israel/Palestine, Northern Ireland, and South Africa, both cite my article with Stephen Farry, “Don’t Believe Everything that You Read in Other Papers: The Forum Elections Analysed,” Alliance News, June/July 1996

Scholars and Rebels in Nineteenth-Century Ireland, by Terry Eagleton, and Medicine, Disease and the State in Ireland 1650-1940, by Greta Jones, and Elizabeth Malcolm, both cite my article “Lords Of Ether And Of Light: The Irish Astronomical Tradition Of The Nineteenth Century”, Irish Review, 17-18, Winter 1995

The Culture of Property: The Crisis of Liberalism in Modern Britain, by Jordanna Bailkin, and Hearts and Minds: Irish Culture and Society under The Act of Union, by Bruce Stewart, both cite my essay “Science and Nationality in Edwardian Ireland” from Science and Society in Ireland: The Social Context of Science and Technology in Ireland, 1500-1950.

Britain and the Balkans, by Carole Hodge, cites my article ‘Getting Real on Kosovo’. IWPR, 21 January 2005.

Cold Peace: Russia’s New Imperialism, by Janusz Bugajski, cites the massively authored paper “Friendly Schengen Borderland Policy on the New Borders of an Enlarged EU and Its Neighbours” by Joanna Apap, Jakub Boratynski, Michael Emerson, Grzegorz Gromadzki, Marius Vahl and me (actually I think I wrote only two paragraphs of it).

Roger French’s article, “Astrology in medical practice”, in Practical Medicine From Salerno To The Black Death by Luis Garcia-Ballester, Roger French, Jon Arrizabalaga, cites my M Phil dissertation.

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