Opinion – Cryptocurrencies Still Don’t Challenge National Ones

John Hawkins • May 21 2020 • Articles

It still appears that if a type of cryptocurrency is to become significant it is most likely to be a digital version of an existing currency issued by a central bank.

Interview – Thomas Hogan

E-International Relations • Apr 12 2018 • Features

Dr Thomas Hogan discusses the effects of banking regulation, lessons learnt from the 2008 global financial crisis and the implications of Trump’s economic policies.

Bitcoin, Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technologies: Insights from and for IR

Malcolm Campbell-Verduyn • Feb 9 2018 • Articles

Ongoing investigation is required, to further uncover the limits, shifts, and interre­lationships between contemporary forms of governance by, with, and of blockchains.

Visions of a Techno-Leviathan: The Politics of the Bitcoin Blockchain

Brett Scott • Jun 1 2014 • Articles

You do not escape the world of big government by wishing for a trustless set of technologies that collectively resemble a technocratic crypto-sovereign.

Review – The Terrorist-Criminal Nexus

Robert Bunker • Jul 10 2013 • Features

Jennifer L. Hesterman’s latest book straddles the line between a training and explanatory text, providing a welcome approach to understanding the growing threat of violent non-state actors.

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