My latest published commentary piece is:
- Malcolm, J.A. with McMahon, Simon (April 2015) Humanitarian emergency is being used to justify dangerous measures to stop migration, The Conversation. It can be read here.
My latest peer-reviewed journal publications are:
- Chapsos, I. and Malcolm, J.A. (2017) Maritime Security in Indonesia: Towards a comprehensive agenda, Marine Policy, Vol. 76, February 2017, pp. 178-184. Download (Chapsos & Malcolm) MarSec in Indonesia – Marine Policy.
- Malcolm, J.A. (2016) Responding to International Terrorism: the securitisation of the United Kingdom’s ports, British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol. 18, Issue 2. (Forthcoming – May 2016).
- Malcolm, J.A. (2013) Project Argus and the Resilient Citizen, Politics, Vol. 33, Issue 4. It can be read here.
I have been fortunate enough to be awarded funding to support my research activities.
- 2015-2016, Principal Investigator, ‘Responding to Illicit Trafficking and Smuggling: capacity-building efforts in Small Island Developing States’, Coventry University Pump Prime Research Funding, £4851.99.
- 2013-2015, Co-Investigator, Research Seminar Series, ‘Fostering Sustainable Development: Examining the challenges posed by maritime insecurity’, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), approx. £27,000.
- 2008-2010, +3 PhD scholarship, Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), approx. £32,000.
My most recent conference involvement was as follows:
- Malcolm, J.A., “‘The Computer says No’: evaluating the role of Information Technology Systems in the securitisation of UK maritime infrastructure”, European International Studies Association Annual Conference, Sicily, Italy, September 2015.
- Alongside Dr Christian Bueger of Cardiff University, I also acted as co-Chair of the Maritime Security section at the EISA conference. Here we organised 8 panels which universally had interesting papers and discussion alongside high audience attendance.