Beswick, D and S Elstub (2019) ‘Between diversity, representation and ‘best evidence’: Rethinking Select Committee evidence-gathering practices’ Parliamentary Affairs 72(4): 945-964.
Beswick D (2019) ‘More than ‘brand-detoxification’? The Conservative Party’s relationship with Africa and international development’ in D Beswick, J Fisher, G Harrison and S Hurt (eds) Britain and Africa: Between Ambition and Pragmatism. Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Beswick D., N Dasandi, D Hudson and J vanHeerde-Hudson (2019) ‘International development NGOs, representations in fundraising appeals and public attitudes in UK-Africa relations’ in D Beswick, J Fisher, G Harrison and S Hurt (eds) Britain and Africa: Between Ambition and Pragmatism Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Beswick, D., J Fisher, G Harrison and S Hurt (eds) (2019) Britain and Africa: Between Ambition and Pragmatism Manchester: Manchester University Press.
Beswick D and Hjort M (2019) ‘A missing link in understanding party policy change? Conservative Party international volunteering projects and UK development policy (2007-2017)’ British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 21(3): 559-575
Beswick, D (2017) ‘Hybrid approaches to peace and justice: The case of post-genocide Rwanda’, in R Freedman and N Lemay-Hebert (eds), Hybridity: Law, Culture and Development, London: Routledge
Beswick, D and J Fisher (2017) ‘The African State and Special Procedures: Agency, Leverage and Legitimacy’ in A Nolan, R Freedman and T murphy (eds) The United Nations Special Procedures System, Brill/Martinus Nijhoff
Beswick, D (2014) ‘Political risk and the building of African national military capacity: Analysing the lessons of contemporary Rwanda,’ African Affairs 113(451): 212-231
Beswick, D and P Jackson (2014) Conflict Security and Development: An Introduction, Second Edition, London Routledge.
Beswick, D and A Hammerstad (2013) ‘African agency in a changing security environment: Sources, opportunities and challenges.’ Conflict, Security and Development, 13(5): 471-486.
Beswick, D (2013) ‘From weak state to savvy international player? Rwanda’s multi-level strategy for maximising agency’ in S Harman and W Brown (eds.) African Agency and International Politics. Routledge.
Beswick, D (2011) ‘Aiding statebuilding but sacrificing peacebuilding? UK-Rwanda relations 1994-2011,’ Third World Quarterly 32(10): 1911-1030.
Beswick, D (2011) ‘Genocide and the politics of exclusion: the case of the Batwa in Rwanda,’ Democratisation, 18(2): 490-511.
Beswick, D (2010) ‘Peacekeeping, regime security, ‘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
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