• Publications
  • Influence
High Stakes: Girls' education in Afghanistan
Millions of girls have entered school in Afghanistan, since the fall of the Taliban in 2001. It is one of the few good news stories of the last nine years. However, the deteriorating securityExpand
The British Empire and the Second World War
Illustrations Preface Notes Abbreviations 1 Prologue 2 The Approach of War 3 Imperial War 4 The Home Front 5 The Atlantic 6 The Carribean 7 The Mediterranean 8 Iraq, Iaran and Syria 9 SubSaharanExpand
British–African Defence and Security Connections
Taylor and Francis Ltd FDEF_A_205922.sgm 10.1080/14702430601060164 Defence Studies 470-2436 (pr nt)/1743-9698 (online) Original Article 2 06 & F ancis 630 00September 2 06 AshleyJackson ajExpand
Military Orientalism: Eastern War through Western Eyes
[The] ‘cultural turn’ is not new, but the latest version of an old reflex. For all the differences between America and the European conquerors that came before it, this is one similarity. In reactionExpand
Sanctuary in the city? Urban displacement and vulnerability in Peshawar, Pakistan
Acknowledgements The authors would first and foremost like to thank the many IDPs, Afghan refugees and residents of Peshawar who generously gave their time to be interviewed for this study, as wellExpand
The British Empire: A Very Short Introduction
Introduction 1. What was the British Empire? 2. The British Empire: An empire among empires 3. Motives of imperial expansion and themes in imperial expansion 4. Writing about the British Empire 5.Expand
...
1
2
3
4
5
...