Reviews

(Dutch titles translated into English)

  • ‘Oudenampsen’s Strange Turns’. Review of Merijn Oudenampsen, The Rise of the Dutch New Right. An Intellectual History of the Rightward Shift in Dutch Politics, in Liberale Reflecties, 62(2) September 2021,  pp. 59-69. [review Oudenampsen Liberale Reflecties (september 2021)
  • Review of Alan Bollard, Economists at War. How a Handful of Economists Helped Win and Lose the World Wars, in Oeconomia, volume 11, 2021, pp. 247-251.
  • Review of Andrew Hamilton, Trade and Empire in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World, in The Adam Smith Review, Volume 8, 2015, pp. 297-300.
  • Review of Hartmut Behr, A History of International Political Theory: Ontologies of the International in Political Studies Review, 10(2), May 2012, p. 239.
  • Review of Ian Hall and Lisa Hill (eds), British International Thinkers from Hobbes to Namier, in Political Studies Review, 9(2), May 2011, p. 228.
  • ‘The Numerous Sources of International Order’, De Academische Boekengids 85, March 2011, pp. 21-23. Review essay on Duncan Bell (ed), Political Thought and International Relations. Variations on a Realist Theme, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009; Robert Kagan, The Return of History and the End of Dreams, New York: Vintage Books, 2009; Cornelia Navari (ed.), Theorising International Society. English School Methods, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009; Barry Buzan and Ana Gonzales-Palaez (ed), International Society and the Middle East. English School Theory at the Regional Level, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009.
  • Review of John S. Dryzek and Patrick Dunleavy, Theories of the Democratic State, in Political Studies Review, (8)3, September 2010. pp. 378-379.
  • Review of Andrew Walter & Gautam Sen, Analyzing the Global Political Economy, in Political Studies Review, 8(2), May 2010, p. 244.
  • Review of B. Gaens, ‘Europe-Asia Interregional Relations. A Decade of ASEM’, in Political Studies Review, 7 (3), September 2009, p. 385.
  • Review of R. Long and T. Machan, ‘Anarchism/Minarchism: Is a Government Part of a Free Country’, in Political Studies Review, 7 (3), September 2009, p. 374.
  • Review of Robert Jackson, ‘Sovereignty. Evolution of an Idea’, in Millennium. Journal of International Studies, 37(3), May 2009, pp. 802-804.
  • Review of D. Weinstein, ‘Utilitarianism and the New Liberalism’, in Political Studies Review 7 (1), January 2009, pp. 110-111.
  • Review of Chris Mumford (ed.), ‘Cosmopolitanism and Europe’, in Political Studies Review 7 (1), January 2009. pp 154-155.
  • Review of Richard Little, ‘The Balance of Power in International Relations. Metaphors, Myths and Models’, in International Affairs 84:6. November 2008, pp. 1303-1304.
  • Review of Steven Bernstein & Louis W. Pauly, ‘Global Liberalism and Political Order: Toward A New Grand Compromise?’, in Political Studies Review 6 (1), January 2008, p.115.
  • Review of Christopher Wolfe, ‘Natural Law Liberalism’, in Political Studies Review 6 (1), January 2008, p.87-88.
  • Review of Robert Higgs & Carl P. Close, ‘The Challenge of Liberty: Classical Liberalism Today’ in Political Studies Review 5(3) , September 2007, p.402.
  • ‘State and Foreign Policy Central in International Relations’, review of Christopher Hill: The Changing Politics of Foreign Policy, Internationale Spectator, July/August 2004, pp. 405- 407.
  • The Socialist Nature of the Third Ways’, review of R. Cuperus, K. Duffek & J. Kandel (ed.) ‘Multiple Third Ways, European Social Democracy facing the Twin Revolution of Globalisation and the Knowledge Society’, Liberaal Reveil, April 2001, pp. 80-81.
  • ‘Short Sighted on Europe’, review of A.H.J.W. van Schijndel ‘Het Europese Wiel’, Liberaal Reveil, October 1999, pp. 213-216.