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Dr Robert Knox

Lecturer Law

    Publications

    2016

    Law, neoliberalism and the constitution of political subjectivity: The case of organised labour (Chapter)

    Knox, R. J. (2016). Law, neoliberalism and the constitution of political subjectivity: The case of organised labour. In H. Brabazon (Ed.), Neoliberal Legality: Understanding the Role of Law in the Neoliberal Project (pp. 92-118). Oxford: Routledge.

    Marxist Theories of International Law (Chapter)

    Knox, R. J. (2016). Marxist Theories of International Law. In The Oxford Handbook of the Theory of International Law (pp. 306-326). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

    Valuing race? Stretched Marxism and the logic of imperialism (Journal article)

    Knox, R. (2016). Valuing race? Stretched Marxism and the logic of imperialism. London Review of International Law, 4(1), 81-126. doi:10.1093/lril/lrw004

    DOI: 10.1093/lril/lrw004

    2014

    'Beyond Competing Liberalisms: The WTO as Class Project' (Journal article)

    Knox, R., & Kotiaho, P. (2014). 'Beyond Competing Liberalisms: The WTO as Class Project'. Social and Legal Studies, 23.

    2013

    Civilizing interventions? Race, war and international law (Journal article)

    Knox, R. (2013). Civilizing interventions? Race, war and international law. Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 26(1), 111-132. doi:10.1080/09557571.2012.762899

    DOI: 10.1080/09557571.2012.762899

    2011

    'What is to be Done (with Critical Legal Theory)? (Journal article)

    Knox, R. (2011). 'What is to be Done (with Critical Legal Theory)?. Finnish Yearbook of International Law, 22.

    2010

    'Strategy and Tactics' (Journal article)

    Knox, R. (2010). 'Strategy and Tactics'. Finnish Yearbook of International Law, 21, 193-229.

    2009

    Marxism, International Law, and Political Strategy (Journal article)

    KNOX, R. (2009). Marxism, International Law, and Political Strategy. Leiden Journal of International Law, 22(03), 413. doi:10.1017/S0922156509990021

    DOI: 10.1017/S0922156509990021

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