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Professor Kyle Grayson
Sound Matters: How sonic formations shape the nuclear deterrence and non-proliferation regimes2020
Professor Kyle Grayson
Professor Jocelyn Mawdsley
Scopic regimes and the visual turn in International Relations: Seeing world politics through the drone2019
Professor Kyle Grayson
Capturing the multiplicities of resilience through popular geopolitics: Aesthetics and homo resilio in Breaking Bad2017
Professor Kyle Grayson
The problem of the viewing subject2017
Professor Kyle Grayson
Cultural Politics of Targeted Killing: On Drones, Counter-Insurgency, and Violence2016
Professor Kyle Grayson
Drones: Political Economy, Networks, Bodies, Agency2016
Dr Martin Coward
Professor Kyle Grayson
Dr Amanda Chisholm
Dr Andrew Walton
Dr Emily Clough
et al.
Editorial 20162016
Dr Martin Coward
Professor Kyle Grayson
Dr Amanda Chisholm
Dr Emily Clough
Professor Valentina Feklyunina
et al.
Reflecting On Our Strengths and Strategy2016
Dr Martin Coward
Professor Kyle Grayson
Professor Michael Barr
Dr Emily Clough
Professor Valentina Feklyunina
et al.
Editorial 2015 – Diversity in Politics2015
Professor Kyle Grayson
The Challenges of Teaching Popular Culture and World Politics2015
Professor Kyle Grayson
Critical Studies on Security: An Introduction2013
Dr Martin Coward
Professor Kyle Grayson
Professor Michael Barr
Dr Emily Clough
Professor Valentina Feklyunina
et al.
Editorial: Politics in 2013 – The Changing Landscape of Academic Publishing2013
Professor Kyle Grayson
How to Read Paddington Bear: Liberalism and the Foreign Subject in A Bear Called Paddington2013
Dr Martin Coward
Professor Kyle Grayson
Professor Michael Barr
Dr Emily Clough
Professor Valentina Feklyunina
et al.
Editorial: Future Challenges and Strategies for Politics2012
Professor Kyle Grayson
Six Theses on Targeted Killing2012
Professor Kyle Grayson
The ambivalence of assassination: Biopolitics, culture, and political violence2012
Professor Kyle Grayson
Biopolitics, Geopolitics, and the Regulation of Club Drugs in Canada2011
Professor Kyle Grayson
Clandestine Convergence: Human Security, Power, and Canadian Foreign Policy2010
Professor Kyle Grayson
Dissidence, Richard K. Ashley, and the Politics of Silence2010
Professor Kyle Grayson
Human security, neoliberalism and corporate social responsibility2010
Professor Kyle Grayson
Human Security: Sovereignty and Disorder2010
Professor Kyle Grayson
Dr Matt Davies
Dr Simon Philpott
Pop Goes IR? Researching the Popular Culture-World Politics Continuum.2009
Professor Kyle Grayson
Chasing Dragons: Security, Identity, and Illicit Drugs in Canada2008
Professor Kyle Grayson
Human security as power-knowledge: The biopolitics of a definitional debate2008
Professor Kyle Grayson
The persistence of memory: The new surrealism and the 'War on Terror'2007
Professor Kyle Grayson
Promoting responsibility and accountability - Human security and Canadian corporate conduct2006
Professor Kyle Grayson
At a loss for words: silence and empire life2005
Professor Kyle Grayson
A challenge to the power over knowledge of traditional security studies2004
Professor Kyle Grayson
A New Drug Khatastrophe: Khat and Somal-Canadians2004
Professor Kyle Grayson
Branding 'transformation' in Canadian Foreign Policy: human security2004
Professor Kyle Grayson
The Canadian Contribution to International Security Under Jean Chrétien: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly in Canada Watch Special Issue: The Chrétien Legacy2004
Professor Kyle Grayson
Why Julian Fantino Had to Go2004
Professor Kyle Grayson
Democratic Peace Theory as Practice:(Re)Reading the Significance of Liberal Notions of War and Peace2003
Professor Kyle Grayson
Discourse and the 'War on Drugs'2003
Professor Kyle Grayson
Global Demography and Foreign Policy: A Literature Brief and Call for Research2003
Professor Kyle Grayson
Securitization and the Boomerang Debate: A Rejoinder to Liotta and Smith Windsor2003
Professor Kyle Grayson
Theory in practice: Critical reflections on global policy2003
Professor Kyle Grayson
Emancipation or Intoxication? Regimes of Truth, Aztec Ontology, Sun Tzu, and the US “War on Drugs2001
Professor Kyle Grayson
Human security in the global era2001