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Che Lives! The Legacy of Che Guevara in World Politics

Shannon Brincat and Michael Löwy

Globalizations, Special Issue "Che Lives!", 2023.

Class and Climate Change Adaptation in Rural India
With Maryam Aslany, Development and Change, 29(3), 2021: 571-582

Imagination in International Relations
Shannon Brincat with Caitlin Sparks & Tim Aistrope (2022), International Studies Quarterly, 66(3).

'Ordering the Wild': How Adaptive Management is used to Maintain Nature like a Postcard

Gelves-Gomez, Brincat et al. 2022. Society and Natural Resources, 2022. DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2023.2172241

The discourses of climate change science: Scientific reporting, climate negotiations and the case of Papua New Guinea
With Sophie Pascoe and Ashleigh Croucher, Global Environmental Change, 54, 2019: 78-87. 

When Öcalan met Bookchin: The Kurdish Freedom Movement and the Political Theory of Democratic Confederalism
With Damian Gerber, Geopolitics, 26(1), 2018: 973-997.
* Republished in: Building Free Life: Dialogues with Öcalan, (International Initiative Eds.), Oakland, CA: PM Press/Kairos, 2020. 9781629637044 

Cosmopolitan Recognition 

International Theory, 9(1), 2017: 1-32.

Dialectics and World Politics: The Story So Far… 

Globalizations, 11(5), 2014: 587-604.

Dialectics for IR: Hegel and the Dao

With L.H.M. Ling, Globalizations, 11(5), 2014: 661-687.

* Winner of the best theory paper in IR, awarded by the Theory Section ISA (2015).

Recognition, Violence and the Problem of Ethical Community 

Global Discourse, Vol. 4(4), 2014: 397-408.

The Problem of Chaotic Civil Society 

Anarchist Developments in Cultural Studies, essay (peer reviewed) in Special Issue ‘Ontological Anarché: Beyond Materialism and Idealism’, 2013(2): 250-258.

To Occupy is to Demand

Global Change, Peace & Security, communication piece (peer reviewed) in OCIS IV Special Issue, 25(1), 2013: 131-133.

Negativity and Open-Endedness in the Dialectic of World Politics

Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 34(4), 2009: 455-493.

Hegel’s Gesture to Radical Cosmopolitanism

Journal of Critical Globalisation Studies, 1(1), 2009: 47-65.

'Death to Tyrants’: Self-Defence, Human Rights, and Tyrannicide – Part II

Journal of International Political Theory, 5(1), 2009: 75-93.

'Death to Tyrants': The Political Philosophy of Tyrannicide – Part I 

Journal of International Political Theory, 4(2), 2008: 212-240.

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