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James Strong
James Strong
Senior Lecturer in British Politics and Foreign Policy, Queen Mary University of London
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Why parliament now decides on war:: Tracing the growth of the parliamentary prerogative through Syria, Libya and Iraq
J Strong
The British Journal of Politics & International Relations 17 (4), 604-622, 2015
892015
Interpreting the Syria vote: parliament and British foreign policy
J STRONG
International Affairs 91 (5), 1123-1139, 2015
752015
The War Powers of the British Parliament: What Has Been Established, and What Remains Unclear?'
J Strong
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 20 (1), 19-34, 2018
412018
Public Opinion, Legitimacy and Tony Blair's War in Iraq
J Strong
Routledge, 2017
252017
Using role theory to analyse British military intervention in the Syrian civil war during David Cameron’s premiership
J Strong
British Politics 14 (4), 372-390, 2019
112019
Two-level games beyond the United States: international indexing in Britain during the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya
J Strong
Global Society, 2017
82017
Identifying and Understanding the Drivers of Student Engagement in a School of Politics and International Relations
J Strong
Politics, 2022
32022
Confidence and Caretakers: Some Less‐Obvious Implications of the Fixed‐Term Parliaments Act
J Strong
The Political Quarterly 89 (3), 466-473, 2018
32018
Evaluating Tony Blair’s efforts to legitimize the Iraq war
J Strong
British International Studies Annual Conference, London, 2015
32015
British foreign policy after Brexit: A two-level constructivist perspective
J Strong
3*
Did Theresa May kill the war powers convention? Comparing parliamentary debates on UK intervention in Syria in 2013 and 2018
J Strong
Parliamentary Affairs 75 (2), 400-419, 2022
22022
The Brexit debate is far from over: there will have to be a further vote
J Strong
LSE Brexit, 2016
22016
More spinn’d against than spinning? Public opinion, political communication, and Britain’s involvement in the 2003 invasion of Iraq
J Strong
London School of Economics, 2012
12012
First thoughts on taking over Politics
N Manchanda, J Sajuria, J Strong
Politics 39 (2), 135-136, 2019
2019
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