Simon Dalby
Simon Dalby
Professor, Balsillie School of International Affairs
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Environmental security
S Dalby
U of Minnesota Press, 2002
7252002
Rethinking geopolitics
D o'tuathail
Routledge, 1998
586*1998
Security and environmental change
S Dalby
Polity, 2009
5402009
Creating the second cold war: The discourse of politics
S Dalby
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2016
5252016
The geopolitics reader
G O’Tuathail, S Dalby, P Routledge
London: Routledge, 1998
482*1998
Critical geopolitics: discourse, difference, and dissent
S Dalby
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 9 (3), 261-283, 1991
4181991
Introduction: Rethinking geopolitics: Towards a critical geopolitics
G O’Tuathail, S Dalby
Rethinking geopolitics, 1-15, 1998
266*1998
Contesting an essential concept: Reading the dilemmas in contemporary security discourse
S Dalby
Critical security studies: concepts and cases 3, 31, 1997
2541997
Security, modernity, ecology: The dilemmas of post-cold war security discourse
S Dalby
Alternatives 17 (1), 95-134, 1992
2291992
Planet politics: A manifesto from the end of IR
A Burke, S Fishel, A Mitchell, S Dalby, DJ Levine
Millennium 44 (3), 499-523, 2016
2102016
Geopolitical discourse: the Soviet Union as other
S Dalby
Alternatives 13 (4), 415-442, 1988
1951988
American security discourse: the persistence of geopolitics
S Dalby
Political Geography Quarterly 9 (2), 171-188, 1990
1901990
Framing the Anthropocene: The good, the bad and the ugly
S Dalby
The Anthropocene Review 3 (1), 33-51, 2016
1732016
Imperialism, domination, culture: The continued relevance of critical geopolitics
S Dalby
Geopolitics 13 (3), 413-436, 2008
1722008
Recontextualising violence, power and nature: The next twenty years of critical geopolitics?
S Dalby
Political Geography 29 (5), 280-288, 2010
1682010
The geopolitics of climate change
S Dalby
Political Geography 37, 38-47, 2013
1662013
Anthropocene geopolitics: globalisation, empire, environment and critique
S Dalby
Geography Compass 1 (1), 103-118, 2007
1662007
After the Anthropocene: Politics and geographic inquiry for a new epoch
E Johnson, H Morehouse, S Dalby, J Lehman, S Nelson, R Rowan, ...
Progress in Human Geography 38 (3), 439-456, 2014
1592014
Ecopolitical discourse:'environmental security'and political geography
S Dalby
Progress in Human geography 16 (4), 503-522, 1992
1521992
Gender and critical geopolitics; reading security discourse in the new world disorder
S Dalby
Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 12 (5), 595-612, 1994
1501994
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