Publications

BOOKS

Selected Reviews: Long, International Affairs, 96 (2), 2020, 562-564; A. Steele, Perspectives on Politics, 17 (4), 2019, 1237-1238; A. Siaroff, Choice, 56 (10), 2019; J. Botero, Semana, April 2019; J. Vorrath, Sirius, 3 (3), 2019, C. Beach,  Border Criminologies, October 2019; J. Puente, H-Borderlands, January, 2020

Cover for Borderland Battles

  • Transforming the War on Drugs: Victims, Warriors, and Vulnerable Regions (London: Hurst Publishers, forthcoming in 2020). Co-edited with Juan Carlos Garzón Vergara.
  • Batallas de Fronteras: Violencia, Crimen, y Gobernanza en los Límites de Colombia (Bogotá: Penguin Random House), forthcoming in 2020 (Spanish version of Borderland Battles).

 

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK REVIEWS AND BOOK CHAPTERS

  • “Tracing Cocaine Supply Chains from Within: Illicit Flows, Armed Conflict, and the Moral Economy of Andean Borderlands”, in Arias, Desmond and Grisaffi, Thomas (eds.) The Governance of the Global Narcotics Trade, Duke University Press, forthcoming.
  • “Mutual Recognition in the Context of Contested Statehood – Evidence from Tumaco, Colombia”, in Anna Geis, Maéva Clément, and Hanna Pfeifer, (eds.) Recognition of Armed Non-State Actors: Risks and Opportunities for Conflict, Manchester University Press, forthcoming (with Jan Boesten).
  • Colombia: Organised Crime, Politics, and Convenience, in Allum, Felia and Gilmour, Stan, eds., Handbook of Organised Crime and Politics (Northampton: Edward Elgar Publishing), 2019.
  • Challenges in Colombia’s Changing Security Landscape: Toward a Shared Vision of Peace”, LASA Forum, 49 (3), 2018, 75-79 (with M. Alba Niño, J. Boesten, J. Masullo, A. B. Tickner and J. Zulver).
  • Between Shadow Citizenship and Civil Resistance: Shifting Local Orders in a Colombian War-Torn Community”, in Christopher Mitchell and Landon Hancock (eds.), Legitimacy and Local Peacebuilding, Routledge, 2018 (with C. Mouly and B. Garrido).
  • Review of Drugs, Thugs, and Diplomats: U.S. Policymaking in Colombia,  by Winifred Tate, Journal of Latin American Studies, February 2017 49 (1): 200-202, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0022216X16002054.
  • “Colombia and the Responsibility to Protect: Illustrating Pillars One and Two”, in Serrano, Mónica and Fuentes, Claudio, eds., The Responsibility to Protect in Latin America: the New Map, Routledge, forthcoming. (with Diego Dewar)
  • “El Carácter Cambiante de la Guerra: El Mapa Actual de los Retos a la Seguridad” (Translation: The Changing Character of War: The Current Map of Security Threats), Transformación Militar. Revista de Difusión y Análisis, 2016, 1, 18-23.
  • “When Peace Implies Engaging the Terrorist. Peacebuilding in Colombia by Talking to the Enemy?”, in Tellidis Y. and Toros H. eds., “The Nexus between Terrorism Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies” (Abingdon: Routledge), 2015. (with Borja Paladini)
  • ‘‘Espacios Invisibilizados: Actores Violentos No-Estatales en las Zonas Fronterizas de Colombia” (Translation: Invisible Spaces: Violent Non-state Actors in Colombia’s Borderlands),  in Koehler, Romy and Ebert, Anne (eds.), Las Agencias de lo Indígena en la Larga Era de la Globalización. Microperspectivas de su producción y representación desde la época colonial temprana hasta el presente. Estudios Indiana, Ibero-American Institute, (Berlin: Gebr. Mann Verlag), 2015, pp. 213-234.
  • ‘‘The Transnationality of Conflict: Lessons Learned from Borderlands”, in Kalogeresis, A.,ed. Proceedings of the 2010 European Conference of the Association for Borderlands Studies (Thessaloniki: University of Thessaloniki), 2011, 185-204. (with Lindsay Scorgie)

 

POLICY BRIEFS AND REPORTS

 

ANALYSIS, COMMENTARY, AND OPINION PIECES

 

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