Beswick, D (2012) ‘The role of the Military in Contemporary Rwanda’ in Campioni, M and Noack, P (eds.) 'Rwanda Fast Forward: Social, Economic, Military and Reconciliation Prospects' London: Palgrave Macmillan
Beswick, D & H Marquette (2011) ‘State-building, Security & Development: State-building as a new development paradigm?’ Guest Editors, Third World Quarterly 32(10)
Beswick, D (2011) ‘Aiding Statebuilding but Sacrificing Peacebuilding? UK-Rwanda Relations 1994-2011’ Third World Quarterly 32(10)
Beswick D & Jackson P (2011) Conflict Security & Development London, Routledge.
Beswick, D ‘Genocide and the politics of exclusion: the case of the Batwa in Rwanda’ Democratisation Special Issue, 18(2): 490-511
Beswick, D (2010) ‘Peacekeeping, regime security and ‘African Solutions to African Problems’: Exploring Rwanda’s involvement in Darfur’ Third World Quarterly 31(5):739-754
Beswick, D (2010) ‘Managing dissent in a post genocide environment: the challenge of political space in Rwanda’ Development and Change 41(2): 225-251.
Beswick, D (2009) 'The challenge of warlordism to post-conflict state-building: The case of Laurent Nkunda in Eastern Congo' The Round Table: The Commonwealth Journal of International Affairs, 98(402) pp. 333-346.
Beswick, D (2007) Intervention, ideology and altruism: Rwandan involvement in Darfur, Centre for International Politics Working Paper No 30 (April) Manchester University (published online)
Beswick, D (2007) ‘Review: The political economy of the Great Lakes region in Africa: the pitfalls of enforced democracy and globalization’, S Marysse and F Reyntjens (eds) Journal of Modern African Studies 45(4), Hampshire and New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005
Wilkin, P. and Beswick, D (2006) ‘The revolution will now be televised – strategies of communication and class conflict in Brazil’, in Wilkin P and M Lacy (eds) Global Politics in the Information Age Manchester, Manchester University Press
Selected conference contributions:
2011: 'The Return of Omnibalancing? Rwanda's Strategies for Securing Agency', ESRC-BISA Seminar Series, session on African Agency and IR Theory, University of Kent (currently redrafting paper for inclusion in a 2013 edited collection under contract with Routledge)
2010: ‘Aid and agency after Genocide: A multi-level analysis of Rwanda's strategies for securing agency’ African Studies Association of the UK, Oxford University
2010: ‘Between peacebuilding and statebuilding in post genocide Rwanda’ PSA Conference, Edinburgh (part of a series of 5 linked panels, convened by D. Beswick and H.Marquette, resulting in our guest edited 2011 volume of Third World Quarterly Special Issue above)
2009: ‘Genocide and the politics of exclusion: the case of the Batwa in Rwanda’ Democratisation in Africa Conference, Leeds University (redrafted for 2011 Democratisation Special Issue publication above)
2007: ‘Intervention, ideology and altruism: Rwandan involvement in Darfur’ European Conference on African Studies, Leiden, Netherlands. (early draft of 2010 Third World Quarterly article above)
2007: ‘Development, security, and the relationship between the United Kingdom and post-genocide Rwanda’, CANE Conference, Newcastle University (updated and revised for 2011 Third World Quarterly article above)
2006: ‘Putting all our eggs in one basket? Rwanda at the forefront of ‘African renaissance’, Women in International Security Summer Symposium, Georgetown University, Washington DC