Jason Ralph
TitleCited byYear
Defending the society of states: why America opposes the International Criminal Court and its vision of world society
J Ralph
Oxford University Press, 2007
International society, the International Criminal Court and American foreign policy
J Ralph
Review of International Studies 31 (1), 27-44, 2005
Between Cosmopolitan and American Democracy: Understanding US Opposition to the International Criminal Court
J Ralph
International Relations 17 (2), 195-211, 2003
America's War on Terror: The State of the 9/11 Exception from Bush to Obama
J Ralph
Oxford University Press, 2013
Legitimacy faultlines in international society: The responsibility to protect and prosecute after Libya
J Ralph, A Gallagher
Review of international studies 41 (3), 553-573, 2015
Pol-casting: The use of podcasting in the teaching and learning of politics and international relations
J Ralph, N Head, S Lightfoot
European Political Science 9 (1), 13-24, 2010
High stakes and low-intensity democracy: Understanding America’s policy of promoting democracy
J Ralph
M. Cox, J. Ikenberry y T. Inoguchi, American Democracy Promotion. Impulses …, 2000
Tony Blair’s ‘new doctrine of international community’and the UK decision to invade Iraq
J Ralph
POLIS Working paper 20, 2005
After Chilcot: the ‘doctrine of international community’and the UK decision to invade Iraq
J Ralph
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 13 (3), 304-325, 2011
The laws of war and the state of the American exception
J Ralph
Review of International Studies 35 (3), 631-649, 2009
The purpose of United Nations Security Council practice: Contesting competence claims in the normative context created by the Responsibility to Protect
J Ralph, J Gifkins
European journal of international relations 23 (3), 630-653, 2017
A special responsibility to protect: the UK, Australia and the rise of Islamic State
J Ralph, J Souter
International Affairs 91 (4), 709-723, 2015
War as an Institution of International Hierarchy: Carl Schmitt’s Theory of the Partisan and Contemporary US Practice
J Ralph
Millennium 39 (2), 279-298, 2010
Anarchy is what criminal lawyers and other actors make of it: international criminal justice as an institution of international and world society
J Ralph
Governance, order, and the International Criminal Court. Oxford University …, 2009
Perpetration and Participation in Article 25 (3) of the Statute of the International Criminal Court
E Sliedregt
The Law and Practice of the International Criminal Court (Oxford University …, 2015
A Difficult Relationship: Britain’s ‘Doctrine of International Community’and America’s ‘War on Terror’
J Ralph
British Foreign Policy, 123-138, 2011
Security dilemmas and the end of the Cold War
J Ralph
Review of International Studies 25 (4), 721-725, 1999
The liberal state in international society: Interpreting recent British foreign policy
J Ralph
International Relations 28 (1), 3-24, 2014
American democracy and democracy promotion
J Ralph
International Affairs 77 (1), 129-140, 2001
What should be done? Pragmatic constructivist ethics and the responsibility to protect
J Ralph
International Organization 72 (1), 173-203, 2018
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