Lecturer in politics, human rights and international studies, Kingston University.
Jonathan Gilmore is a senior lecturer in Politics and International Relations at Kingston University. He holds an MA and a PhD from the University of Manchester and has worked at Kingston since 2008.
His main research interest is humanitarian intervention - the use of military force to protect human rights overseas. This research has focussed on the ways in which national militaries have adapted their doctrine and practices to perform these kinds of roles. Most recently, his research has examined the ways in which War on Terror counterinsurgency programmes may have led to a shift in attitudes about the conduct and ethos of the military. In a wider sense, he is happy to comment on civil war, US and UK defence and security policy, recent humanitarian interventions, counterinsurgency and the War on Terror.
He is an occasional blogger for the Huffington Post on-line news site: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/dr-jonathan-gilmore/
|2008||PhD, University of Manchester.|
|2003||MA International Relations, University of Manchester.|
|2002||BA (Hons.) Political Studies, University of Leeds.|
|2008||Lecturer in Politics, Human Rights and International Studies, Kingston University.|
|2005 - 2008||Senior Teaching Assistant, University of Manchester.|
|2003 - 2005||Teaching Assistant, University of Manchester.|
Gilmore, Jonathan2 (2011) A kinder gentler counterterrorism: counterinsurgency, human security and the war on terror.3 Security Dialogue, 42(1), pp. 21-37. ISSN (print) 0967-0106
Dr Gilmore presents regularly at national and international conferences.
British International Studies Association