Research Publications for Colm T Mckeogh
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McKeogh, C. T. (2017). After the Civilian: Compassion in a changing politico-military context. In CILE’s 5th International Conference (Centre for Islamic Legislation & Ethics) “Rethinking Conflict and Resistance Ethics: Towards a critical understanding of Jihad and Just War”. Conference held at Doha, Qatar. Retrieved from https://www.cilecenter.org/
McKeogh, C. T. (2017). Quaker Peace Testimony and Pacifism. In 67th Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Conference held at Glasgow, United Kingdom.
McKeogh, C. (2017). After the Civilian Compassion in a changing politico-military context. In Ethics and War: Thinking the practice and politics of killing, University of Auckland, New Zealand. Conference held at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
McKeogh, C. (2017). Why Peace, Quaker? (second edition ed.). Hamilton, New Zealand: Logo Express.
McKeogh, C. (2017). KABOOM 5: Why we don't kill civilians. And, why we do kill civilians.. In New York. Retrieved from https://soundcloud.com/
Jackson, R., Moses, J. M., Gregory, T. A., Dexter, H., Clements, K., Burke, A., . . . McKeogh, C. (2015). The return of pacifism and nonviolence to IR. In International Studies Association (ISA) - 56th Annual Convention: (Roundtable Discussion) Global IR and Regional Worlds: A new agenda for international studies. Conference held at New Orleans, Louisiana, USA.
McKeogh, C. (2015). Why peace, Quaker?. Logo Express. Retrieved from https://natlib.govt.nz/
McKeogh, C. (2014). Devices of war and instruments of peace. In The Great War Lecture Series, Waikato Museum, Hamilton, New Zealand.
McKeogh, C. (2014). [Interview] War and Peace. In Radio ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation), Hindsight Programme, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/hindsight/war-and-peace/5842602
McKeogh, C. (2012). Are the citizens of a democracy a just target for terrorists?. In R. Chari (Ed.), Hard Questions for Democracy (pp. 155-168). Routledge.