Jeremy Youde

The IHR (2005), Disease Surveillance, and the Individual in Global Health Politics

Sara E. Davies and Jeremy Youde, ‘The IHR (2005), Disease Surveillance, and the Individual in Global Health Politics’, International Journal of Human Rights, 17(1) 2013: 133‒51.

Shame, Ontological Insecurity and Intercountry Adoption

Jeremy Youde, ‘Shame, Ontological Insecurity and Intercountry Adoption’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 27(3) 2014: 424‒41.

Selling the State: State Branding as a Political Resource in South Africa

Jeremy Youde, ‘Selling the State: State Branding as a Political Resource in South Africa’, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 5(2) 2009: 126‒40.

Is Universal Access to Antiretroviral Drugs an Emerging International Norm?

Jeremy Youde, ‘Is Universal Access to Antiretroviral Drugs an Emerging International Norm? ‘, Journal of International Relations and Development, 11(4) 2008: 415‒40.

Government AIDS Policies and Public Opinion in Africa

Jeremy Youde, ‘Government AIDS Policies and Public Opinion in Africa’, Politikon, 36(2) 2009: 219‒35.

Economics and Government Popularity in Ghana

Jeremy Youde, ‘Economics and Government Popularity in Ghana’, Electoral Studies, 24(1) 2005: 1‒16.

Crushing Their Dreams? Simulations and Student Idealism

Jeremy Youde, ‘Crushing Their Dreams? Simulations and Student Idealism’, International Studies Perspectives, 9(3) 2008: 348‒56.

Enter the Fourth Horseman: Health Security and International Relations Theory

Jeremy Youde, ‘Enter the Fourth Horseman: Health Security and International Relations Theory’, Whitehead Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, 6(1) 2005: 193‒208.

The Development of a Counter-Epistemic Community: AIDS, South Africa, and International Regimes

Jeremy Youde, ‘The Development of a Counter-Epistemic Community: AIDS, South Africa, and International Regimes’, International Relations, 19(4) 2005: 421‒39.

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