Peer Reviewed Journal Articles
Newby, Vanessa F. (forthcoming) ‘Offering the Carrot and Hiding the Stick? Conceptualizing Credibility in UN Peacekeeping’, Global Governance (September 2022). Access preprint here.
Newby Vanessa F. & Alanna O’Malley (2021) ‘Where are the Women Now? Implementing Resolution 1325 20 years on’, Global Studies Quarterly 1/3, https://doi.org/10.1093/isagsq/ksab017
Newby, Vanessa F. and Clotilde Sebag (2021) ‘Gender sidestreaming? Analysing gender mainstreaming in national militaries and international peacekeeping’, European Journal of International Relations 6/2: 148-170, https://doi.org/10.1017/eis.2020.20
Newby, Vanessa F. (2020) ‘Ships in the Night? The ANZUS States and the provision of HADR in the Asia-Pacific’, SI. Australian Journal of International Affairs 74/1: 72-88, doi.org/10.1080/10357718.2019.1693497
Newby, Vanessa F. (2018) ‘Power, Politics and Perception: the impact of foreign policy on civilian-peacekeeper relations’, Third World Quarterly 39/4: 661-676, doi.org/10.1080/01436597.2017.1334542
Newby, Vanessa F. (2017) ‘Positive Hybridity? Unpacking UN Security Sector Reform in South Lebanon’, Contemporary Politics 23/2: 156-174, doi.org/10.1080/13569775.2016.1233756
Newby, Vanessa F. (2016) ‘The Pieces that Make the Peace’: The micro processes of international security’, International Peacekeeping 23/1: 133-157, doi.org/10.1080/13533312.2015.1110790
Newby, Vanessa F. (2013) ‘Playing with Fire: Understanding the Sunni-Shi’a Sectarian Lifecycle’, Griffith Asia Quarterly 1/ 2/3: 77-104.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2021) ‘Embracing the particular in Globalizing IR’. In Beatrix Campbell. Ed. Globalising Regionalism and IR. Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 49 – 73.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2021) ‘Ships in the Night? The ANZUS States and the provision of HADR in the Asia-Pacific’. In Jones, Catherine and Garren Mulloy Eds. East Asia, Peacekeeping Operations, and Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Relief. London: Routledge, forthcoming November 2021.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2019) Military Cultures in Peace and Stability Operations: Afghanistan and Lebanon. Chiara Ruffa, Peace and Change 44 (4): 585 – 587.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2015) ‘How Peace Operations Work’, Jeni Whalan, Global Responsibility to Protect 7/1: 109-111.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2008) The Islamic Republic and the World’, Maryam Panah, Australian Journal of International Affairs 62/3: 438-439.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2007) ‘The Chinese Economy: Transitions and Growth’, Barry Naughton, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 61/4: 564-566.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2019) ‘Challenges for female peacekeepers can come from within UN militaries. Women, peace and security: Defending progress and responding to emerging challenges, Strategic Insights No. 140, Australian Strategic Policy Institute, June.
Newby, Vanessa F. (2016) ‘Walk the Line: An investigation of the micro processes of a UN peacekeeping operation’, Working Paper #37, Issam Fares Institute for Public Policy and International Affairs, American University of Beirut, Lebanon, 28 September.
Hunjoon Kim & Vanessa F. Newby, (2014) ‘The Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights in the DPRK: Background and Activities’, Brief No. 6, Social Science Korea Human Rights Forum, National Research Foundation of Korea, June.