Journalism, media and popular pieces

Interview on the New Culture Forum on Academic freedom and the Geopolitics of Brexit. 

 

Conservative Home, June 2021, Woke and Its Consequences: As Power Shifts from the West, Who Will Carry the Torch for Freedom? 

 

Daily Telegraph, June 2021, The Woke Onslaught is a War on the West Itself. 

 

The Council on Geo-Strategy, June 2021, How 'Progressive' Anti-Imperialism Threatens the United Kingdom.

The Critic, June 2021, The Problem With Reporting Ethnic Pay Gaps. 

 

The Critic, May 2021, Poor white men and Labour’s identity trap. 


Higher Education Policy Institute, March 2021, Decolonisation is a Welcome Contribution, but Must Not Be Enforced.

Don't Divide Us, December 2020, Tackling Racial Harassment in Higher Education — A Response from Don’t Divide Us

ConservativeHome, October 2020, We need urgent action to help pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds get into university.

ConservativeHome, September 2020, The Conservatives must rally to the flag of the Enlightenment tradition as the culture wars rage.

The Critic, September / October 2020, The Campus Grievance Industry

The Critic, June 2020. Britain’s Dangerous Moment. 

 

The Times, May 2020. Trump’s anti-China policy leaves the UK vulnerable

Reaction, April 2020. Will Coronavirus split the world into two regional blocs with Britain as a province of US?

 

H-Diplo, March 2020. Hegemony Studies 3.0: The Dynamics of Hegemonic Order

Quillette, February 2020. The Misguided Moral Panic About Racism in British Universities

Daily Telegraph, December 2019. Merging DfID into the Foreign Office would be a bold leap for Global Britain

 

Le Point, March 2019. Universités britanniques : l'obsession de la décolonisation

Quillette, March 2019. Forget About Decolonizing the Curriculum. We Need to Restore the West’s Telos Before it’s Too Late

 

The Spectator, February 2019. Universities should resist calls to ‘decolonise the curriculum'

 

The Diplomat, August 2017. Trump’s Bilateralism and US Power in East Asia

Academic writing

2021

Stokes DW, Williamson M (In Press). The United States, China and the WTO after Coronavirus. The Chinese Journal of International Politics, Volume 14, Issue 1, Spring 2021, Pages 23–49, 

2019

Stokes D, Waterman K. Operational Change and American Grand Strategy in the Context of the China Challenge. The Chinese journal of international politics, The Chinese Journal of International Politics, Volume 12, Issue 2, Summer 2019, Pages 203–227,

2018

Ikenberry GJ, Parmar I, Stokes D (2018). Introduction: Ordering the world? Liberal internationalism in theory and practice. International Affairs, 94(1), 1-5. 

Stokes D (2018). Trump, American hegemony and the future of the liberal international order. International Affairs, 94(1), 133-150.

Stansfield G, Stokes D, Kelly S (2018). UK strategy in the gulf and middle east after American retrenchment. Insight Turkey, 20(4), 231-247. 

Cox M, Stokes D (2018). US foreign policy., Oxford University Press, USA. 

2017

Stokes D, Waterman K (2017). Beyond balancing? Intrastate conflict and US grand strategy. Journal of Strategic Studies, 41(6), 824-849.  

Stokes D, Waterman K (2017). Security leverage, structural power and US strategy in East Asia. International Affairs, 93(5), 1039-1060. 

 

2014

Stokes D (2014). Achilles’ deal: Dollar decline and US grand strategy after the crisis. Review of International Political Economy, 21(5), 1071-1094. AbstractDOI

Stokes D, Newton P (2014). Bridging the Gulf? America's 'Pivot' and the Middle East Challenge it Poses for the UK's Strategic Defence and Security Review. RUSI Journal

Stokes D, Raphael S (2014). US Oil Strategy in the Caspian Basin: Hegemony through interdependence. International Relations Journal

2013

Stokes D (2013). Goodbye America?: Transatlantic Grand Strategy after the Financial Crisis. RUSI Journal, 158(4), 70-75. AbstractDOI.

Stokes D, Whitman R (2013). Transatlantic Triage? European and UK ‘Grand Strategy’ after the US Rebalance to Asia. International Affairs

2012

Stokes D, Raphael S (2012). Energy Security in the Age of Terror. In Collins A (Ed) Contemporary Security Studies, OUP Oxford. Abstract.

Stokes D, Gowan P (2012). The US in the Global Economy. In Stokes D, Cox M (Eds.) US Foreign Policy.

2011

Stokes D, Herring E (2011). Critical Realism and Historical Materialism as Resources for Critical Terrorism Studies. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 4(1), 5-21. DOI

Stokes D, Raphael S (2011). Globalizing West African oil: US ‘energy security’ and the global economy. International Affairs, 87(4), 903-921. DOI

2010

Kiersey NJ, Stokes D (2010). Foucault and International Relations., Routledge. Abstract.

Stokes D, Raphael S (2010). Global Energy Security and American Hegemony., Johns Hopkins University Press. Abstract.

2009

Stokes D (2009). Ideas and Avocados: Ontologising Critical Terrorism Studies’. International Relations Journal

Stokes D (2009). New Directions in US Foreign Policy. In Parmar I (Ed) New Directions in US Foreign Policy, Taylor & Francis. Abstract.

Stokes D (2009). The war gamble: Understanding US interests in Iraq. Globalizations, 6(1), 107-112. AbstractDOI.

2008

Stokes D (2008). Beyond Geo-strategy and Solidarism. In Coicaud J-M, Wheeler NJ (Eds.) National interest and international solidarity, United Nations Univ. Abstract.

2007

Stokes D (2007). Blood for Oil? Global Capital, Counter-Insurgency and the Dual Logic of American Energy Security. Review of International Studies, 2, 245-264.

2006

Stokes D (2006). Iron Fists in Iron Gloves: the Political Economy of US Terrorocracy Promotion in Colombia. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 368-387.

2005

Stokes D (2005). America's Other War., Zed Books. Abstract.

Stokes D (2005). The Heart of Empire? Theorizing US Empire in an Era of Transnational Capitalism. Third World Quarterly: journal of emerging areas, 2, 227-246.

2003

Stokes D (2003). Countering the Soviet Threat? an Analysis of the Justifications for US Military Assistance to El Salvador from 1979–1992. Cold War History, 3, 79-102.

Stokes D (2003). Why the end of the Cold War doesn't matter: the US war of terror in Colombia. Review of International Studies, 29(4), 569-585+464. AbstractDOI

2001

Stokes D (2001). Better lead than bread? a Critical Analysis of the US’s Plan Colombia. Civil Wars, 2, 59-78.