The 2019-20 Australian forest fire crisis: a climate security dilemma
This month I published a column in New Matilda arguing that the vast scale, intensity and destructiveness of the 2019-2020 fires represent a major national security crisis for Australia. I argued that our failure to prepare for the crisis was systemic: a threefold function of the narrow and militarist way we understand national security, our […]
Defending Planet Politics
by Stefanie Fishel, Anthony Burke, Audra Mitchell, Simon Dalby and Daniel Levine *This text is a final preprint of our response to the critique of the Planet Politics manifesto published in Millennium by David Chandler, Erika Cudworth and Stephen Hobden. Both can be viewed in the Online first section of the journal. I will update […]
Can world politics save planet earth?
In May 2017 I participated in a forum following on from the Planet Politics manifesto hosted on the website of Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri. It included contributions from the authors of the manifesto, along with other environmental politics scholars and activists including Cara Daggett, Margi Prideaux, Cameron Harrington and more. You can read all these […]
This month my new book, Uranium, was published by Polity Press, Cambridge, in their Series: Resources. Purchase from Polity :: Amazon :: The Book Depository :: Readings ‘A refreshing and highly readable analysis that takes a broad historic look at the discovery and exploitation of uranium and the moral, political and strategic questions to which its […]
Ethical Security Studies
This book, edited by Jonna Nyman and myself, was published by Routledge in 2016. It is a cutting-edge collection in both Critical Security Studies and International Ethics, and includes a fabulous concluding chapter by Karin Fierke. Purchase from Routledge :: Amazon :: The Book Depository ‘The ethics of security represent one of the crucial issues […]
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