David Lewis
David Lewis
Associate Professor of International Relations
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The temptations of tyranny in Central Asia
D Lewis
Columbia University Press, 2008
1342008
Civil Society and the Authoritarian State: Cooperation, Contestation and Discourse
D Lewis
Journal of Civil Society 9 (3), 325-340, 2013
1112013
The failure of a liberal peace: Sri Lanka's counter-insurgency in global perspective
D Lewis
Conflict, Security & Development 10 (5), 647-671, 2010
712010
Illiberal Peace? Authoritarian modes of conflict management
DG Lewis, J Heathershaw, N Megoran
Cooperation and Conflict, 2018
672018
Who’s Socialising Whom? Regional Organisations and Contested Norms in Central Asia
D Lewis
Europe-Asia Studies 64 (7), 1219-1237, 2012
622012
The dynamics of regime change: domestic and international factors in the ‘Tulip Revolution’
D Lewis
Central Asian Survey 27 (3-4), 265-277, 2008
512008
“Illiberal Spaces:” Uzbekistan's extraterritorial security practices and the spatial politics of contemporary authoritarianism
D Lewis
Nationalities Papers 43 (1), 140-159, 2015
402015
High times on the Silk Road: the Central Asian paradox
D Lewis
World Policy Journal 27 (1), 39-49, 2010
402010
Geopolitical Imaginaries in Russian foreign policy: The evolution of “Greater Eurasia”
DG Lewis
Europe-Asia Studies, 2018
392018
Blogging Zhanaozen: hegemonic discourse and authoritarian resilience in Kazakhstan
D Lewis
Central Asian Survey 35 (3), 421-438, 2016
382016
The myopic Foucauldian gaze: discourse, knowledge and the authoritarian peace
D Lewis
Journal of Intervention and Statebuilding 11 (1), 21-41, 2017
342017
Understanding the authoritarian state: Neopatrimonialism in Central Asia
D Lewis
The Brown Journal of World Affairs 19 (1), 115-126, 2012
302012
Reassessing the role of OSCE police assistance programing in Central Asia
D Lewis
Open Society Foundations, 2011
292011
Crime, terror and the state in Central Asia
D Lewis
Global Crime 15 (3-4), 337-356, 2014
242014
Security Sector Reform in authoritarian regimes: The OSCE experience of police assistance programming in Central Asia
D Lewis
Security and Human Rights 22 (2), 103-117, 2011
222011
Sovereignty after Empire: The Colonial Roots of Central Asian Authoritarianism
D Lewis
Sovereignty After Empire: Comparing the Middle East and Central Asia, 178-95, 2011
212011
Central Asia: Contested Peace
D Lewis
The Palgrave Handbook of Disciplinary and Regional Approaches to Peace, 387-397, 2016
202016
Kyrgyzstan
D Lewis
The Colour Revolutions in the Former Soviet Republics: Successes and Failures, 2010
182010
Interrogating illiberal peace in Eurasia: Critical perspectives on peace and conflict
C Owen, S Juraev, D Lewis, N Megoran, J Heathershaw
Rowman & Littlefield, 2018
162018
Interrogating Illiberal Peace in Eurasia
C Owen, S Juraev, D Lewis, J Heathershaw
New York: Rowman and Littlefield, 2017
16*2017
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