Dahlia Simangan
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Is the Philippine “war on drugs” an act of genocide?
D Simangan
Journal of Genocide Research 20 (1), 68-89, 2018
Where is the Anthropocene? IR in a new geological epoch
D Simangan
International Affairs 96 (1), 211-224, 2020
When hybridity breeds contempt: negative hybrid peace in Cambodia
D Simangan
Third World Quarterly 39 (8), 1525-1542, 2018
The pitfalls of local involvement: Justice and reconciliation in Cambodia, Kosovo and Timor-Leste
D Simangan
Peacebuilding 5 (3), 305-319, 2017
The sustainability–peace nexus in the context of global change
H Virji, A Sharifi, S Kaneko, D Simangan
Sustainability Science 14 (6), 1467-1468, 2019
Domino effect of negative hybrid peace in Kosovo's peacebuilding
D Simangan
Journal of intervention and statebuilding 12 (1), 120-141, 2018
Three decades of research on climate change and peace: A bibliometrics analysis
A Sharifi, D Simangan, S Kaneko
Sustainability Science 16 (4), 1079-1095, 2021
A Detour in the Local Turn: Roadblocks in Timor-Lestes Post-Conflict Peacebuilding
D Simangan
Asian Journal of Peacebuilding 5, 2017
Situating the Asia Pacific in the age of the Anthropocene
D Simangan
Australian Journal of International Affairs 73 (6), 564-584, 2019
A case for a normative local involvement in post-conflict peacebuilding
D Simangan
International Peacekeeping 27 (1), 77-101, 2020
International Peacebuilding and Local Involvement: A Liberal Renaissance?
D Simangan
Routledge, 2019
Four propositions on integrated sustainability: toward a theoretical framework to understand the environment, peace, and sustainability nexus
J Fisher, P Arora, S Chen, S Rhee, T Blaine, D Simangan
Sustainability science, 1-21, 2021
The literature landscape on peace–sustainability nexus: A scientometric analysis
A Sharifi, D Simangan, S Kaneko
Ambio 50 (3), 661-678, 2021
“Destroy and Kill ‘the Left’”: Duterte on Communist Insurgency in the Philippines with a Reflection on the Case of Suharto’s Indonesia
D Simangan, J Melvin
Journal of Genocide Research 21 (2), 214-226, 2019
A co-designed heuristic guide for investigating the peace-sustainability nexus in the context of global change
D Simangan, H Virji, C Hendrix, M Islam, S Kaneko, Y Ma, R Mechler, ...
Sustainability Science, 1-13, 2021
Can the liberal international order survive the Anthropocene? Three propositions for converging peace and survival
D Simangan
The Anthropocene Review, 2053019620982327, 2020
Reflexive Peacebuilding: Lessons from the Anthropocene Discourse
D Simangan
Global Society, 1-22, 2021
The sustainability–peace nexus: why is it important?
A Sharifi, D Simangan, S Kaneko, H Virji
Sustainability Science, 1-5, 2021
Climate-induced stressors to peace: A review of recent literature
A Sharifi, D Simangan, CY Lee, SRC Reyes, T Katramiz, JCC Josol, ...
Environmental Research Letters, 2021
Oiling the Rigs of State-building: A Political Settlements Analysis of Petroleum Revenue Management in Timor-Leste
D Simangan, S Bose
Asian Journal of Peacebuilding 9, 2021
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