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Publications:  Dr Martyn Frampton

FRAMPTON MG, Meleagrou-Hitchens A, Bew J(2019). 'The Long Twentieth Century'. The Oxford Handbook of Terrorism, Editors: English, R, Chenoweth, E, Gofas, A, Kalyvas, S et al., Oxford University Press (Oxford),
Frampton M(2018). The Muslim Brotherhood and the West A History of Enmity and Engagement. Harvard University Press
FRAMPTON MG, Maher S(2013). Between 'Engagement' and a 'Values-Led' Approach: Britain and the Muslim Brotherhood from 9/11 to the Arab Spring. The West and the Muslim Brotherhood after the Arab Spring, Editors: Vidino, L, Al Mesbar Studies and Research Centre in collaboration with The Foreign Policy Research Institute
FRAMPTON MG, Rosen E(2013). Reading the Runes? The United States and The Muslim Brotherhood as seen through the Wikileaks Cables. The Historical Journal vol. 56, (3) 827-856.
FRAMPTON MG, Bew J, Neumann P, Evans R (2013). Talking to the Taliban: Hope over History?. ICSR with the New America Foundation (London),
FRAMPTON MG(2011). Legion of the Rearguard: Dissident Irish Republicanism. Irish Academic Press
FRAMPTON MG (2009). Choosing our Friends Wisely: Criteria for engagement with Muslim Groups. Policy Exchange (London),
FRAMPTON MG(2009). Talking to Terrorists: Making Peace in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country. Hurst & Co.; and Columbia University Press
FRAMPTON MG(2009). The Long March: The Political Strategy of Sinn Fein, 1981-2007. Palgrave Macmillan
FRAMPTON MG(2008). Agents and Ambushes: Britain's "Dirty War" in Northern Ireland. Democracies at War against Terrorism:: A Comparative Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan (New York),
FRAMPTON MG(2008). Embuscades et agents secrets: la "sale guerre" des Brittaniques en Irlande du Nord. Critique Internationale vol. 41,
FRAMPTON MG(2005). Sinn Fein and the European Arena: "Ourselves Alone" or "Critical Engagement"?. Irish Studies in International Affairs vol. 16, 235-253.
FRAMPTON MG(2004). "Squaring the Circle": The Foreign Policy of Sinn Fein, 1983-1989. Irish Political Studies vol. 19, (2) 43-63.
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