Findings reported in a new paper co-authored by Northeastern Distinguished Professor David Lazer challenge conventional wisdom that politics is all about targeting your base and tiptoeing around the opposition.. . .
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Ph.D., 2011, Public and International Affairs, Northeastern University
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Kimberly Jones, J.D., Ph.D., teaches in the International Affairs and Middle East Studies programs and has a background in legal and political analysis and advocacy. She is particularly interested in policy-relevant research and writing in four areas, which often intersect: (1) connections between political violence and popular grievances; (2) the context of state noncompliance with international law; (3) forced displacement and the construction of narratives of repression and resistance; and, (4) U.S. foreign policy. Dr. Jones investigation of these issues is often situated in or between four localities: the United States, the United Kingdom, Russia and the Caucasus as well as the Middle East. Her recent publications include “From Moscow to Makhachkala: The People in Between,” a chapter for a forthcoming book, published by Fordham’s Urban Law Journal, and a chapter update, coauthored with Dr. Denis Sullivan, about the political situation in Egypt for Routledge’s Europa World Series.
Global Security Watch – Egypt, coauthored with Denis Sullivan (Praeger Security International, June 2008).
“From Moscow to Makhachkala: the People in Between,” chapter for a special edition book, The New Normal, to be published by Fordham Urban Law Journal (forthcoming, 2013).
“Egypt,” chapter revision, coauthored with Denis Sullivan in The Middle East and North Africa (Routledge, Europa World, forthcoming 2014).
“Egypt,” chapter update, coauthored with Denis Sullivan in The Middle East and North Africa (Routledge, Europa World, 2012).
“Egypt,” coauthored with Denis Sullivan in Countries at the Crossroads (Freedom House, 2007).
“The Regulation of Non-Vessel-Operating Common Carriers (NVOCCs) and Customs Brokers: Loopholes Big Enough to Fit Container Ships,” coauthored with Nikos Passas in the Journal of Financial Crime (2007).
“Commodities and Terrorist Financing: Focus on Diamonds,” coauthored with Nikos Passas in the European Journal on Criminal Policy and Research (2006).
American Political Science Association
American Society of International Law
International Studies Association