Dr. Tal Dingott Alkopher

Tal  Dingott Alkopher
Office: 5304
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Research Areas: Constructivist Theory in IR, Just War – Theory and History, Security in Europe, Asylum Seekers in Europe
 

 

Books:

Tal Dingott Alkopher Fighting For Rights: From Holy Wars to Humanitarian Military Interventions, 2013, 209 pages, Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey; Burlington, VT.

Articles in Referee Journals:

Tal Dingott Alkopher (2005) The Social (and Religious) Meanings that Constitute War: The Crusades as Realpolitik vs. Socialpolitik. International Studies Quarterly, 49: 715-737. 1.705; 13/85; 21. [2014 Journal Impact Factor- 1.705; 5 year Impact Factor- 2.189; the journal appearing 13 in the inclusive list of 85 journals in the field of International Relations; and the article is cited 23 times by others according to google scholar].

Tal Dingott Alkopher, (2007) The Role of Rights in the Social Construction of Wars: From the Crusades to Humanitarian Interventions. Millennium: Journal of International Studies, 36(1): 1-27. 0.84; 31/82; 11. [2014  Journal Impact Factor: 0.84; 5 year Impact Factor- 1.050; the journal appearing 31 in the inclusive list of 82 journals in the field of International Relations; and the article is cited 11 times by others according to google scholar].

Tal Dingott Alkopher (2014) Injury in just war theory: From the traditional to the feminist perception. Cooperation and Conflict, 49(2): 260 – 275. 1.375; 19/85. [2014 journal Impact Factor:1.375; 5 year Impact Factor- 1.151; the journal appearing 19 in the inclusive list of 85 journals in the field of International Relations; and the article is cited 1 time by others according to google scholar].

Tal Dingott Alkopher (2015) The Political Psychology of Integration Strategies: The Case of the European Commission’s Interculturalism. Journal of International Relations and Development. 18 (4): 428-454. Doi10.1057/jird.2014.28. 0.767; 39/85. [2014 Journal Impact Factor 0.767; 5 year Impact Factor 0.657; the journal appearing 39 in the inclusive list of 85 journals in the field of International Relations].

Tal Dingott Alkopher (2016) From Kosovo to Syria: The transformation of NATO Secretaries General discourse on military humanitarian intervention.  25 (1): 49-71. European Security. doi: 10.1080/09662839.2015.1082128.

Tal Dingott Alkopher and Emmanuelle Blanc (forthcoming, First online 11 July 2016) Schengen Area Shaken: The Impact of Immigration-Related Threat Perceptions on the European Security Community. Journal of International Relations and Development. Doi: 10.1057/s41268-016-0005-9, pp.1-32. 0.767; 39/85. [2014 Journal Impact Factor 0.767; 5 year Impact Factor 0.657; the journal appearing 39 in the inclusive list of 85 journals in the field of International Relations].

 

Chapters in Edited Books:

Tal Dingott Alkopher “Is Isaiah a Social Constructivist?” In Raymond Cohen and Raymond Westbrook (eds.) Swords into Plowshares: Isaiah’s Political Vision, 2008, pp.121-135, Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

Tal Dingott Alkopher, “Reconsidering Security in the European Security Community” In Arie Kacowicz (ed.), The Spirit of Einstein: Germans and Israelis on Ethics and International Order, 2009, pp.79-86, The Einstein Center and The Leonard Davis Institute, Jerusalem.

Tal Dingott Alkopher, “Military Humanitarian Interventions: Kosovo as an Examplar,” In Shlomo Avineri (ed.), War and Peace, 2010, pp. 293-312, Zalman Shazar, Jerusalem (In Hebrew).

Tal Dingott Alkopher, "Why "Warm Peace" in Europe is not so Warm: The Impact of Immigration-Related Securitization Process on the European Security Community," In Lutmar, Carmela and Benjamin Miller (eds), Regional Peacemaking and Conflict Management: A comparative approach, 2015, pp.62-80, Routledge, London and New York.