Peacebuilding

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A. Marsavelski, F. Sheremeti and J. Braithwaite (2016) Did nonviolent resistance fail in Kosovo? RegNet Research Papers No 2016/112. Canberra: School of Regulation and Global Governance, ANU. (also available at SSRN).

K. Campbell, D. Wilson & J. Braithwaite (2016) Ending residual paramilitary domination in Northern Ireland? Restorative economic and social inclusion strategies, RegNet Research Paper No.123, School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet). Also available at SSRN.

J. Braithwaite (2015) ‘Cascades Across an Extremely Violent Society: Sri Lanka’ International Journal of Conflict and Violence 9(1) [early view].

J. Braithwaite (2014) Traditional justice in Jennifer Llewellyn and Daniel Philpott (eds) Restorative Justice, Reconciliation and Peacebuilding. New York: Oxford University Press.

J. Braithwaite (2014) Foreword in D.Cornwell, J. Blad & M. Wright (eds.) Civilising Criminal Justice: An international restorative agenda for penal reform. New York: Oxford University Press.

J. Braithwaite (2014) ‘Limits on Violence; Limits of Responsive Regulatory Theory’ Law and Policy 36(4), 432-456.

J. Braithwaite (2014) ‘Rethinking Radical Frank Theory: South Africa’ RegNet Research Paper 2014/23.

J. Braithwaite and A. Gohar (2014) ‘Restorative Justice, Policing and Insurgency: Learning from Pakistan’ Law and Society Review 48(3), 531-561

J. Braithwaite and T. Rashed (2014) ‘Nonviolence and Reconciliation among the Violence in Libya’ Restorative Justice: An International Journal 2(2), 185-204.

R. Nickson and J. Braithwaite (2014) ‘Deeper, Broader, Longer Transitional Justice’ European Journal of Criminology 11(4), 445-463.

J. Braithwaite (2013) Maluku: Anomie to reconciliation in E. Aspinall, R. Jeffrey, & A. Regan (eds) Diminishing Conflict in Asia and the Pacific: Why some subside and other’s don’t. London: New York: Routledge.

J. Braithwaite (2013) ‘Truth, reconciliation and peacebuilding’ in R. King, V. MacGill & Roger Wescombe (eds) Peace in Action: Practices, perspectives and policies that make a difference. Wagga Wagga: King MacGill Wescombe Publications.

J. Braithwaite and A. Wardak (2013) ‘Crime and war in Afghanistan. Part 1: the Hobbesian solution’ The British Journal of Criminology 53, 179-196.

A. Wardak and J. Braithwaite (2013) ‘Crime and war in Afghanistan. Part 2: A Jeffersonian alternative?’ The British Journal of Criminology 53, 197-214.

 

J. Braithwaite, H. Charlesworth and A. Soares (2012) Networked Governance of Freedom and Tyranny: Peace in Timor-Leste. Canberra ANU: E Press.

 

J. Braithwaite (2012) ‘Cascades of violence and a global criminology of place’  Australian and New Zealand Journal of Criminology 45(3), 299-315.

J. Braithwaite (2012) ‘Evaluating the Timor-Leste peace operation’  Journal of International Peacekeeping 16, 282-304, republished in Daniel Druckman and Paul F. Diel (eds) (2013) Peace Operation Success. Leiden; Boston: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.

J.Braithwaite and Ray Nickson (2012) ‘Timing truth, reconciliation, and justice after war’ Ohio State Journal on Dispute Resolution 27(3), 443-476.

J. Braithwaite and Bina D’Costa (2012) Cascades of Violence in Bangladesh. Working paper for Peacebuilding Compared project. Canberra: RegNet, ANU.

J. Braithwaite (2011) ‘Partial truth and reconciliation in the longue duree’ Contemporary Social Sciences 6(1), 129-146.

J. Braithwaite & A. Wardak (2011) Is Killing Taliban a Good Idea? Inside Story, Dec 7 2011.

J. Braithwaite (2010) ‘Anomie and Violence in Indonesia and East Timor 1997-2009′ Asian Journal of Criminology 6(1), 51-68.

J. Braithwaite (2010) ‘Loose Talk of Just War’ Pakistan Journal of Criminology 2(1), iii-vii.

 

J. Braithwaite, S. Dinnen, Matthew Allen, Valerie Braithwaite & Hilary Charlesworth (2010) Pillars and Shadows: Statebuilding as Peacebuilding in Solomon IslandsCanberra: ANU E Press.

 

J. Braithwaite, H. Charlesworth, P. Reddy & L. Dunn (2010) Reconciliation and Commitment: Sequencing Peace in BougainvilleCanberra: ANU E Press.

 

J. Braithwaite, V. Braithwaite, M.Cookson & L. Dunn (2010) Anomie and Violence: Non-truth and Reconciliation in Indonesian PeacebuildingCanberra: ANU E Press.

 

J. Braithwaite (2009) ‘Conclusion: Hope and humility for weavers with international law’ in B. Bowden, H. Charlesworth and J. Farrall (eds) The Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict: Great expectations, 270-289. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

J. Braithwaite (2006) Peacemaking Networks and Restorative Justice in J. Flemming & J. Wood (eds.) Fighting Crime Together: The Challenges of Policing and Security Networks, 195-217. Sydney: UNSW Press.

J. Braithwaite (2006) Rape Shame and Pride. Address to Stockholm Criminology Symposium, 16 June.  Journal of Scandinavian Studies in Criminology and Crime Prevention, 7, 2006, 2-16. [note: this pdf is the submitted version only and may contain errors]

J. Braithwaite (2005) ‘Pre-empting Terrorism’ Current Issues in Criminal Justice 17(1), 96-114.

J. Braithwaite (2003) Domination, Quiescence and Crime in S. Nagel (ed.) Policymaking and Peace: A Multinational Anthology. Lexington, Mass.: Lexington Books.

 

J. Braithwaite (2002) Restorative Justice and Responsive Regulation. New York: Oxford University Press.

 

J. Braithwaite (1991) ‘Thinking About the Structural Context of International Dispute Resolution’ in M.R. Bustelo and P. Alston (eds) Whose New World Order: What Role for the United Nations? Sydney: Federation Press.