(Matthew Paterson and Simon Dalby) "In the face of an unknown future …" in Sean Clark and Sabrina Hoque eds. What Lies Ahead - Prospects for Debating a Post-American World Routledge, 2012, 275-279.
"Geographies of the International System: Globalisation, Empire and the Anthropocene" in Pami Aalto, Sami Moisio and Vilho Harle (eds.) International Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, 125-148.
(Guest Editor) special theme section of Geographical Journal, 117(3). 2011. 198-250. (All free online at http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/geoj.2011.177.issue-3/issuetoc)
"Ten Years After: September 11th and its Aftermath" Geographical Journal, 117(3). 2011. 198-202.
"Critical Geopolitics and the Control of Arms in the 21st Century" Contemporary Security Policy 32(1) 2011. 40-56.
(Hans Günter Brauch, Simon Dalby and Ursula Oswald Spring) "Political Geoecology for the Anthropocene" in Hans Günter Brauch, Ursula Oswald Spring, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Czeslaw Mesjasz, John Grin, Bechir Chourou, Pal Dunay, Jörn Birkmann
(Eds.): Coping with Global Environmental Change, Disasters and Security Threats, Challenges, Vulnerabilities and Risks Berlin-Heidelberg – New York: Springer-Verlag, 2011. 1453-1485.
“Environmental Security and Climate Change” in Robert A. Denemark (ed.) International Studies Online / International Studies Encyclopedia Oxford: Blackwell, 2010. www.isacompendium.com
“Recontextualising Violence, Power and Nature: The Next Twenty Years of Critical Geopolitics?” Political Geography 29. 2010. 280-288.
(Andrew Baldwin and Simon Dalby) “Canadian Middle Power Identity, Environmental Biopolitics and Human Insecurity” in David Bosold and Nikola Hynek (eds) Canada´s New Foreign and Security Policy Strategies Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010. 121-137.
“Apocalyptic Exceptionalism: Rosenberg, Clancy and the Prophecy of Americanism” in Jason Dittmer and Tristan Sturm eds. Mapping the End Times: American Evangelical Geopolitics, Ashgate 2010. 99-118.
“Critical Geopolitics and Security” in Peter Burgess, (ed.) Handbook of New Security Studies London: Routledge, 2010. 50-58.
“Peacebuilding and Environmental Security in the Anthropocene” in Didier Péclard, (ed.) Environmental Peacebuilding: Managing Natural Resource Conflicts in a Changing World Berne: Swisspeace Conference Paper, 2009. 8-21. http://www.swisspeace.ch/typo3/en/publications/
"Fateful Mappings: Geography, Environment and Insecurity" Human Geography 2(2). 2009. 40-43.
"World Politics, Security and Culture: Critical Connections" Review essay for Geopolitics 14(2). 2009. 402-408.
(Simon Dalby, Hans Günter Brauch, Úrsula Oswald Spring) "Environmental Security Concepts Revisited During the First Three Phases (1983-2006)" in Hans Günter Brauch, Ursula Oswald Spring, John Grin, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, Heinz Krummenacher (eds.) Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts Berlin-Heidelberg – New York: Springer-Verlag, 2009. 781-90.
(Úrsula Oswald Spring, Hans Günter Brauch, Simon Dalby) "Linking Anthropocene, HUGE and HESP: Fourth Phase of Environmental Security Research" in Hans Günter Brauch, Ursula Oswald Spring, John Grin, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Patricia Kameri-Mbote, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, Heinz Krummenacher (eds.) Facing Global Environmental Change: Environmental, Human, Energy, Food, Health and Water Security Concepts Berlin-Heidelberg – New York: Springer-Verlag, 2009. 1277-1294.
"Geopolitics, The Revolution in Military Affairs and The Bush Doctrine" International Politics 46(2/3). 2009. 234-252.
(Matthew Paterson and Simon Dalby) "Over a Barrel: Cultural Political Economy and "Oil Imperialism" " in Francois Debrix and Mark Lacy (eds) The Geopolitics of American Insecurity: Terror, Power and Foreign Policy. New York: Routledge, 2009.
"What Happens if We Don't Think in Human Terms?: Environmental Politics and Climate Change" in Jenny Edkins and Maja Zehfuss (eds) Global Politics: A New Introduction London: Routledge 2009. 45-69.
"Imperialism, Domination, Culture: The Continued Relevance of Critical Geopolitics" Geopolitics 13(3). 2008. 413-436
"Environmental Insecurities: Geopolitics, Resources and Conflict" In Amita Baviscar (ed.) Contested Grounds: Essays on Nature, Culture and Power Delhi: Oxford University Press 2008. pp. 59-76.
"Environmental Change" in Paul D. Williams (ed.) Security Studies: An Introduction Oxford: Routledge 2008. 260-273.
Warrior Geopolitics: Gladiator, Black Hawk Down and the Kingdom of Heaven Political Geography 27(4) 2008. 439-455.
Geopolitics, The Revolution in Military Affairs and The Bush Doctrine York Centre for International and Security Studies, Working Paper 49 May 2008.
"Geographies of Environmental Security" in Gillian Youngs and Eleonore Kofman (eds) Globalization: Theory and Practices (3rd Edition) London and New York: Continuum, 2008. 29-39.
"Geopolitik und die Transformation der Streitkräfte" in Jan Helmig und Niklas Schörnig Die Transformation der Streitkräfte im 21. Jahrhundert. Militärische und politische Dimensionen Frankfurt Am Main: Campus 2008. pp. 271-287 (Geopolitics and the Transformation of the Armed Forces " in The Transformation of the Armed Forces in the 21. Century. Military and Polical Dimensions)
"Global Geopolitics: Imagining the Post-Cold War World" in Kevin Cox, Murray Low and Jennifer Robinson (eds) Handbook of Political Geography London: Sage, 2008. 427-437
"Security and Environment Linkages Revisited" in Hans Günter Brauch, John Grin, Czeslaw Mesjasz, Pal Dunay, Navnita Chadha Behera, Béchir Chourou, Ursula Oswald Spring, P.H. Liotta, Patricia Kameri-Mbote (eds.) Globalisation and Environmental Challenges: Reconceptualising Security in the 21st Century Berlin-Heidelberg – New York – Hong Kong – London – Milan – Paris - Tokyo: Springer-Verlag, 2008. pp. 165-171.
"Regions, Strategies, and Empire in the Global War on Terror" Geopolitics 12(4). 2007. 586-606.
"Ecological Intervention and Anthropocene Ethics" Carnegie Council for International Ethics Ethics and International Affairs online symposium 26 September 2007 (http://www.cceia.org/resources/journal/21_3/feature_and_symposium/003.html)
Untitled contribution to a "Forum" International Political Sociology 1(3). 2007. 301-302.
"Conclusion: Emancipating Security in the Asia-Pacific" in Anthony Burke and Matthew McDonald (eds) Critical Security in the Asia-Pacific Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2007. 247-263.
"Ecology, Security, and Change in the Anthropocene" Brown Journal of World Affairs 13(2). 2007. 155-164.
"Geopolitical Knowledge: Scale, Method and the Willy Sutton Syndrome"
Geopolitics 12(1) 2007. 183-191.
Geopolitics: Globalization, Empire, Environment and Critique" Geography Compass 1, 2007. 1-16.
"The Pentagon's New Imperial Cartography: Tabloid Realism and the
on Terror" in Derek Gregory and Allan Pred (eds) Violent Geographies:
Fear, Terror and Political Violence New York: Routledge,
"Competing for Power: Making Local Places in a Global World"
of I. Douglas, R.J. Huggett, R.J. and C. Perkins,
(eds) Companion Encyclopaedia of Geography 2nd Edition. London:
"Geopolitics, Grand Strategy and the Bush Doctrine: The Strategic
Dimensions of U.S. Hegemony under George W. Bush” in Charles
Philippe David and David Grondin (eds) Hegemony or Empire? The Redefinition
of American Power under George W. Bush Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006.
“Environmental Security: Ecology or International Relations?” in
Peter Stoett and Eric Laferrière (eds) International Ecopolitical
Theory: Critical Approaches Vancouver: University of British Columbia
Press, 2006. 17-33.
Coeditor (with Gearóid Ó Tuathail and Paul Routledge)) The Geopolitics
Reader (2nd Edition) London: Routledge, 2006. 320pp.
"The Geopolitics of Global Dangers" Introduction to part 4 of Gearóid Ó
Tuathail, Simon Dalby and Paul Routledge eds., The Geopolitics Reader
(2nd Edition) London: Routledge, 2006. 177-187.
Security and Environment Linkages Revisited Singapore: Nanyang
Technological University, Institute for Defence and Strategic Studies,
State of Security and International Studies Paper No. 1. March 2006.
(Matthew Paterson and Simon Dalby) "Empire's Ecological Tyreprints"
Environmental Politics 15(1). 2006. 1-22.
"Critique and Contemporary Geopolitics" Geopolitics Quarterly
(Tehran) 1(1) 2005. 6-19.
Political Space: Autonomy, Liberalism and Empire Alternatives:
Global, Local, Political 30(4). 2005. 415-441.
Geopolitics, Grand Strategy and the Bush Doctrine Singapore: Nanyang
Technological University, Institute for Defence and Strategic Studies,
Working Paper, No 90. October 2005.
Doubleday, A. Fiona D. Mackenzie and Simon Dalby "Reimagining
Sustainable Cultures: Constitutions, Land and Art"
The Canadian Geographer 48(4). 2004. 389-402.
The Impact of Regional Groupings on International
Relations Vienna: Jamahir Society for Culture
and Philosophy 2004.
Integration and Imperial Politics" in Simon Dalby
(ed) The Impact of Regional Groupings on International
Relations Vienna: Jamahir Society for Culture
and Philosophy 2004. pp. 68-81.
Politics, Violence, and the Theme of Empire"
Global Environmental Politics 4(2) 2004. pp.
Malthus' Ghost: Resources and Security in Global Politics"
(review essay) Geopolitics
9(1). 2004. pp. 242-254.
after the Cold War: Rethinking the Theme of Empire" in
Lasha Tchantouridze (ed.) Geopolitics: Global Problems
and Regional Concerns Winnipeg: Centre for Defence
and Security Studies, Bison Paper No. 4. 2004, pp. 103-119.
911: Geopolitics, Security and America's New War" in Stanley
D. Brunn (ed.) 11 September and its Aftermath: The
Geopolitics of Terror London: Frank Cass, 2004. (Previously
published as Special issue of Geopolitics
on "11 September and its Aftermath" 8(3). 2003.)
Insecurities: Geopolitics, Resources and Conflict" Economic
and Political Weekly 38 (48), 2003, pp. 5073-5079.
the Bush Doctrine, and War on Iraq" Arab
World Geographer 6 (1), 2003, pp. 7-18.
Mackenzie and Simon Dalby "Moving Mountains: Community,
Nature and Resistance in the Isle of Harris, Scotland,
and Cape Breton, Canada" Antipode
35(2), 2003. pp. 309-333.
Dalby and Roger Keil) "Introduction: Political Ecology
and Canadian Political Economy" Special issue on "Political
in Political Economy No. 70, 2003. pp 5-9.
Geography and Environmental Security" in Eleonore Kofman
and Gillian Youngs (eds), Globalization:Theory and
practice (2nd edition) London and New York: Continum,
2003, pp. 35-46.
Geopolitics" in John Agnew, Katharyne Mitchell and Gearóid
Ó Tuathail (eds), A Companion Guide to Political
Geography Oxford: Blackwell, 2003, pp. 440-454.
Aalto, Simon Dalby and Vilho Harle) "The Critical Geopolitics
of Northern Europe: Identity Politics Unlimited" Introduction
to a special issue of Geopolitics
8 (1). 2003. pp. 1-19.
Identities: Arctic Ecology and Global Consumption"
8 (1), Special issue on "The Critical Geopolitics of Northern
Europe: Identity Politics Unlimited" edited by P. Aalto,
S. Dalby and V. Harle, 2003. pp. 181-203.
Geopolitics: Nature, Culture, Urbanity" in Kay Anderson,
Mona Domosh, Steve Pile and Nigel Thrift (eds), Handbook
of Cultural Geography London: Sage, 2003, pp. 498-509.
Ecology and the Politics of Environmental Security" (review
Environmental Politics 2 (4), 2002,
in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems online
reference: (http://www.eolss.com) 2002.
and Ecology in the Age of Globalization" in Woodrow
Wilson Center Project on Environmental Change and Security
Report 8. 2002, pp. 95-108. (Previously published
in preliminary form as "Environmental Change and Human
Security" in Isuma:
Canadian Journal of Policy Research, special issue
on Sustainable Development 3 (2), 2002, pp. 71-79).
Governance" in R.J. Johnston, P.J. Taylor and M.J. Watts,
(eds) Geographies of Global Change 2nd Edition,
Oxford: Blackwell, 2002, pp. 427-441.
Environment/Local Culture: Metageographies of Post-Colonial
in Political Economy, no. 67, 2002. pp. 55-82.
in spanish translation as "Entorno global/cultura
local: metageograf as de la resistencia post-colonial".
Revista de Historia Actual (C diz, Spain),
vol. 1, n m. 1. 2003, pp.31-46.)
"Electoral Reform: Lessons from the Irish?"
Policy Options 22(9). 2001. pp. 77-79.
Disease and the Dark Continent: Geopolitics and 'Global'
Security" in P. Pagnini, V. Kolossov and M. Antonsich
(eds) Europe between Political Geography and Geopolitics
Rome: Societa Geographica Italiana, 2001, pp. 403-414.
with Malthus' Ghost: Environment and Conflict After the
Cold War" (review essay) Geopolitics,
5 (1), 2000, pp. 165-175.
and Ecology: Rethinking the Contexts of Environmental
Security" in Miriam Lowi and Brian Shaw (eds) Environment
and Security: Discourses and Practices London: Macmillan,
2000, pp. 84-100.
Environment: Culture, Ontology and Critique" in Hans Koechler
(ed.) Democracy Versus Globality? The Changing Nature
of International Relations in the Era of Globalization.
Progress Organization and Jamahir Society for Culture
and Philosophy, 2000, pp. 165-184.
Insecurity: Nature as Geopolitical Threat" in Jose V.
Ciprut (ed.) Of Fears and Foes: Complex Interactive
Dimensions of Insecurity in an Evolving Global Political
Economy New York: Praeger, 2000, pp. 79-98.
Change and Contemporary Security Studies: Contextualizing
the Human Security Agenda Vancouver: University
of British Columbia Institute of International Relations
Working Paper No. 30, April 2000. 42pp.
or Global Apartheid?: Boundaries and Knowledge in Postmodern
Times" in David Newman (ed.) Boundaries, Territory
and Postmodernity London: Frank Cass, 1999 pp. 132-150
(Previously published as a special issue of Geopolitics
on "Boundaries, Territory and Postmodernity" 3 (1), 1998.
Globalization from Above: Critical Geopolitics and the
World Order Models Project" Environment and Planning
D: Society and Space 17 (2), 1999, pp. 181-200.
from the South: Geopolitics, Equity and Environmental
Security" in Daniel Deudney and Richard Matthew (eds)
Contested Grounds: Security and Conflict in the New
Environmental Politics Albany: State University of
New York Press, 1999. pp. 155-185.
Dalby and David Sullivan) "Alternative Security Strategies:
Dissident Arguments and Australian Geopolitics" in J.
Mohan Malik (ed.) Australia's Security in the 21st
Century St. Leonards, NSW: Allen and Unwin, 1999.
Metaphors of Security: World Politics in the Biosphere"
Alternatives: Social Transformation and Humane Governance
23 (3), 1998. 291-319.
(with Gearóid Ó Tuathail)) Rethinking
Geopolitics London: Routledge,
Ó Tuathail and Simon Dalby) "Introduction: Rethinking
Geopolitics" in Gearóid Ó Tuathail and Simon
Dalby (eds) Rethinking Geopolitics London: Routledge,
1998. pp. 1-15.
and Global Security: Culture, Identity and the 'Pogo Syndrome'
" in Gearóid Ó Tuathail and Simon Dalby
(eds) Rethinking Geopolitics London: Routledge,
1998. pp. 295-313.
(with Gearóid Ó Tuathail and Paul Routledge))
The Geopolitics Reader London: Routledge,1998,
Geopolitics" Introduction to part 4 of Gearóid
Ó Tuathail, Simon Dalby and Paul Routledge (eds)
The Geopolitics Reader London: Routledge, 1998.
Knowledge and Power at the End of the Century" Conclusion
to Gearóid Ó Tuathail, Simon Dalby and Paul
Routledge (eds) The Geopolitics Reader London:
Routledge, 1998. pp. 305-312.
Dalby and Fiona Mackenzie) "Reconceptualizing Local Community:
Environment, Identity and Threat" Area 29 (2),
1997. pp. 99-108.
National Security and Global Environmental Change" in
Jim Hanson and Susan McNish (eds) Canadian Strategic
Forecast 1997 -- Canada and the World; Non-Traditional
Security Threats Toronto: Canadian Institute for Strategic
Studies, 1997. pp. 19-40.
an Essential Concept: Reading the Dilemmas in Contemporary
Security Discourse" in Keith Krause and Michael Williams
(eds) Critical Security Studies: Concepts and Cases
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, and London:
Pinter, 1997, pp. 3-31.
Environment as Geopolitical Threat: Reading Robert Kaplan's
Coming Anarchy" Ecumene 3 (4), 1996. pp. 472-496.
(Excerpts reprinted as "Reading Robert Kaplan's Coming
Anarchy" in Gearóid Ó Tuathail, Simon Dalby
and Paul Routledge (eds) The Geopolitics Reader
London: Routledge, 1998, pp. 197-203.)
(with Gearóid Ó Tuathail)) Political
Geography Special issue on Critical Geopolitics 15(6&7).
1996. pp. 451-665.
Dalby and Gearóid Ó Tuathail) "The Critical
Geopolitics Constellation: Problematizing Fusions of Geographical
Knowledge and Power" Editorial introduction to a special
double issue on Critical Geopolitics Political Geography
15(6&7). 1996. pp. 451-456.
Rio, Writing the World: The New York Times and
the "Earth Summit" " Political Geography 15(6&7).
1996. pp. 593-614.
Critical Geopolitics: Campbell, Ó Tuathail, Reynolds
and Dissident Skepticism" Contribution to a "Political
Geography Debate" Political Geography 15(6&7).
1996. pp. 655-660.
Disciplinary Boundaries: Political Geography and International
Relations After the Cold War" in Eleonore Kofman and Gillian
Youngs (eds) Globalization: Theory and Practice
London: Pinter, 1996. pp. 29-42.
Adrift?: Dissident Security Discourse and the Australian
Geopolitical Imagination" Australian Journal of International
Affairs 50(2). 1996. pp. 59-75.
and Compiler) "Population, Migration, Labour, Social and
Gender Equity in South-East Asia", Task Force # 4 report
on Sustainable Development and Human Security, in Development
and Security in Southeast Asia Toronto: Canadian Consortium
on Asia Pacific Security and Manila: University of the
Philippines Institute for Strategic and Development Studies,
Discourse, The ANZUS Alliance, and Australian Identity"
in Graeme Cheeseman and Robert Bruce (eds) Discourses
of Danger and Dread Frontiers: Australian Defence and
Security Thinking After the Cold War Sydney: Allen
Unwin, 1996. pp. 108-133.
Security: Geopolitics, Ecology and the New World Order"
in John Braden, Henk Folmer and Thomas S. Ulen (eds) Environmental
Policy with Economic and Political Integration: The European
Union and the United States Cheltenham: Edward Elgar,
1996. pp. 452-75.
Dalby and Paul Painchaud) "Editorial" Environment and
Security 1(1). 1996. pp. 15-20.
Intelligence, The National Interest and the Global Environment"
in David A. Charters, Stuart Farson and Glenn P. Hasted
(eds) Intelligence Analysis and Assessment London:
Frank Cass. 1996. (Previously published as Intelligence
and National Security special issue on "Intelligence
Analysis and Assessment" 10(4). 1995. 175-97).
Adrift: The Changing Geostrategic Parameters of Australian
Security Discourse Canberra: Australian Defence Studies
Centre Working Paper, No. 35. December 1995. 27pp.
an Essential Concept: Dilemmas in Contemporary Security
Discourse Carleton University, Norman Paterson School
of International Affairs Occasional Paper, No. 6. November
on the Present Danger" p. 47, "Conceptions of Peace" p.
49, "Critical Geopolitics" pp. 56-8, "Conference on Security
and Cooperation in Europe" p. 58, "Dealignment" pp. 58-9,
"Defensive Defence" pp. 60-1, "Environmental Security"
pp. 71-3, "Ethnocentrism" p. 75, "European Nuclear Disarmament"
p. 78, "Geopolitical Discourse" p. 90, "Hegemony" pp.
117-8, Military Industrial Complex" p. 165, "Neutrality
and Neutralism" p. 173, "Peaceful Coexistence" pp. 196-7,
"Security" pp. 216-7, "Security Discourse" p. 218, "Structural
Violence" p. 225, "World Order Models Project" p. 241;
(with Gearóid Ó Tuathail) "American Exceptionalism"
pp. 8-10, (with Patrick O'Sullivan) "Campaign for Nuclear
Disarmament" pp. 33-4, contributions to John O'Loughlin
(ed.) A Dictionary of Geopolitics Westport, CT:
Greenwood, 1994. Published in Japanese translation, Tokyo:
Tutle Mori, 2000. Updated in Italian translation,
Trieste: Asterios, 2001.
(with Gearóid Ó Tuathail)) Environment
and Planning D: Society and Space Special issue on
Critical Geopolitics. 12(5). 1994. pp. 513-628.
Ó Tuathail and Simon Dalby) "Critical Geopolitics:
Unfolding Spaces for Thought in Geography and Global Politics"
Editorial introduction to Environment and Planning
D: Society and Space special issue on Critical Geopolitics
12(5). 1994. pp. 513-4.
and Critical Geopolitics: Reading Security Discourse in
the New World Disorder" Environment and Planning D:
Society and Space 12(5). 1994. pp. 595-612.
Politics of Environmental Security" in Jyrki Kakonen (ed.)
Green Security or Militarized Environment Aldershot:
Dartmouth. 1994. pp. 25-53.
of Environmental Security: Geopolitical Discourse or Ecospheric
Integrity? Carleton University, Department of Geography
Discussion Paper, No. 11. November 1993. 42pp.
"Kiwi Disease": Geopolitical Discourse in Aotearoa/New
Zealand and the South Pacific" Political Geography
12(5). 1993. pp. 437-56.
Cold War Security in the New Europe" in John O'Loughlin
and Herman van der Wusten (eds) The New Political Geography
of Eastern Europe London: Pinter. 1993. pp. 71-85.
Peet, (Re)Reading Fukuyama: Political Geography at the
"End of History" " Invited contribution to a "Political
Geography Debate" Political Geography 12(1). 1993.
Discourse: "Environmental Security" and Political Geography"
Progress in Human Geography 16(4). 1992. pp. 503-22.
Modernity, Ecology: The Dilemmas of Post-Cold War Security
Discourse" Alternatives: Social Transformation and
Humane Governance 17(1). 1992. pp. 95-134.
Geopolitics: Difference, Discourse and Dissent" Environment
and Planning D: Society and Space 9(3). 1991. pp.
Climate of Conflict?: Environment and Security in the
Pacific" in M. Goldie and D.A. Ross (eds) Pacific Security
2010: Canadian Perspectives on Pacific Security into the
21st Century Ottawa: Centre for Arms Control, Aurora
Paper No. 10. 1991. pp. 51-64.
Discourse: Thinking Beyond the Blocs" in Current Research
in Peace and Violence special issue edited by Pertti
Joenniemi on "Beyond the Blocs" 13(3). 1991. pp. 140-55.
Security: Ambiguities in Policy and Theory Canberra:
Australian National University Peace Research Centre Working
Paper, No. 105. April 1991. 34pp. (Also published as a
Simon Fraser University Political Science Department International
Studies Paper, July 1991. 39pp.)
the Second Cold War: The Discourse of Politics
London: Pinter, and New York: Guilford, 1990, xii+211pp.
(in paperback, London: Pinter, 1993).
Security Discourse: The Persistence of Geopolitics" Political
Geography Quarterly 9(2). 1990. pp. 171-88.
of Peace and War: Towards a Postmodern Geopolitics" in
M. Edgell (ed.) Occasional Papers in Geography: Castlegar
1988 B.C. Geographical Series No. 46. Vancouver: Tantalus,
1989. pp. 57-71.
Discourse: The Soviet Union as Other" Alternatives:
Social Transformation and Humane Governance 13(4).
1988. pp. 415-42.
Issues in Education and Culture No. 2. (Simon Fraser
University, Institute for the Humanities) Special issue
on Peace Education, July 1986, 72pp.
Columbia in a Nuclear War" in E. Jackson (ed.) Current
Research by Western Canadian Geographers; The Cariboo
College Papers B.C. Geographical Series No. 41. Vancouver:
Tantalus, 1985. pp. 77-92.
Nuclear Syndrome" Dawn
Train (Dublin/Belfast) No. 3. 1984, pp. 3-24.