Small States & Territories
Vol. 5, No. 1, May 2022
Pages 1-2: Table of Contents [PDF]
Special section - After Brexit: The UK’s Overseas Territories and Britain’s Crown Dependencies
Pages 3-12: Editorial Introduction: Overseas Territories & Crown Dependencies: What future in ‘Global Britain’? - Matthew Benwell, Peter Clegg, Nichola Harmer and Alasdair Pinkerton
Pages 13-30: The impact of Brexit on the identity of the Small British-European Nations - Roland Brandtjen
Pages 31-54: UK state identity-making and British overseas territories’ environments in times of ecological crisis and geopolitical change - Nichola Harmer, Ian Bailey and Naomi Hart
Pages 55-70: Questioning the current status of the British Crown Dependencies - Maria Mut Bosque
Pages 71-86: Fighting one island to claim another: Mauritius’ journey to international justice - Sarah Gray
Pages 87-102: The Falkland Islands, international sporting competition, and evolving (post-Brexit) paradiplomacy - Matthew L McDowell
Pages 103-120: Mediating sovereignty for the environment in the British Overseas Territories - Jasper Montana
Pages 121-140: Challenging the quest for modernity? Covid-19, sorcery, religion and vaccines in Papua New Guinea - John Connell
Pages 141-158: Democracy, façade or somewhere in between? An initial exploration of Vanuatu, Kiribati and São Tomé and Príncipe - Abrak Saati and Torbjörn Bergman
Pages 159-178: A new classification of small island economies based on geography, demography and sovereignty - Michaël Goujon and Justinien Razafindravaosolonirina
Pages 179-194: Reflections on the status of the Free Territory of Trieste - Marina Coloni and Peter Clegg
Pages 195-200: Studying the politics of small states: A Response to Baker, Dookeran and Jugl - Anders Wivel and Godfrey Baldacchino
Pages 201-214 Cultural continuities and cultural policies in small states - Valerie Visanich
Pages 215-224: Small town secession: Representations of micro-statehood in the US TV series Republic of Sarah (2021) - Philip Hayward
Pages 225-226: Robert E. Looney (2021). Handbook of Caribbean economies. Review by Daren A. Conrad
Pages 227-228: Keith Camacho (2019). Sacred men: Law torture, and retribution in Guam. Review by Michael R. Clement Jr.
Pages 229-230: Harry Hobbs and George Williams (2022). Micronations and the search for sovereignty. Review by Jack Corbett
Pages 231-232: Beate Ratter (2018). Geography of small islands: Outposts of globalisation. Review by Andrew Halliday
Pages 233-234: Máté Szalai (2022). The foreign policy of smaller Gulf states: Size, power, and regime stability in the Middle East. Review by Tyler B. Parker
Pages 235-236: Geoffrey Hobbis (2020). The digitizing family: An ethnography of Melanesian smartphones. Review by Amanda Watson
Pages 237-238: Laura J. Getty (2021). Islands and captivity in popular culture: A critical study of film, television and literature. Review by Laurie Brinklow
Pages 239-240: Jack Corbett, Xu Yi-Chong & Patrick Weller (2021). International organizations and small states: Participation, legitimacy and vulnerability. Review by Godfrey Baldacchino
© 2022 – Islands and Small States Institute, University of Malta, Malta.
Executive Editor: Godfrey Baldacchino
Editorial Support: Angela Xuereb, William Grech, Dominik Kalweit, Stefano Moncada, Kaja Lochman, Raelene Vella
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