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Cornish, P., 2012. The changing relationship between society and armed forces. In: Lindley-French, J. and Boyer, Y., eds. The Oxford Handbook on War. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 559-572.
Cornish, P., 2010. Arms control tomorrow: the challenge of nuclear weapons in the twenty-first century. In: Niblett, R., ed. America and a Changed World: A Question of Leadership. Chichester: Wiley and Chatham House, pp. 223-237.
Cornish, P., 2008. The Military Dimension of Security Sector Governance in Complex Power-sharing Arrangements. In: Weller, M. and Metzger, B., eds. Settling Self-Determination Disputes: Complex Power-Sharing in Theory and Practice. Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff, p. 571.
Cornish, P., 2007. The ethics of ‘effects-based’ warfare: the crowding out of jus in bello? In: Reed, C. and Ryall, D., eds. The Price of Peace: Just War in the Twenty-First Century. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 179-200.
Cornish, P., 2006. Learning New Lessons: the British Army and the Strategic Debate, 1945-50. In: Strachan, H., ed. Big Wars and Small Wars The British Army and the Lessons of War in the 20th Century. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 54-83.
Cornish, P., 2005. Civil Defence and Public Resilience: the Homeland Security of the United. In: Von Hippel, K., ed. Europe Confronts Terror. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Cornish, P., 2004. US-European security relations after Iraq. In: Clarke, M., Cornish, P., Finizio, C., Grazioso, A. and Gasparini, G., eds. The European Rapid Reaction Force and the NATO Response Force: Compatibilities and Choices. Rome: CeMiss Institute.
Cornish, P. and Harbour, F. V., 2003. NATO and the Individual Soldier as Moral Agents with Reciprocal Duties: Imbalance in the Kosovo Campaign. In: Erskine, T., ed. Can Institutions Have Responsibilities? Collective Moral Agency and International Relations. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 119-137.
Cornish, P., 2003. United Kingdom. In: Einhorn, R. J. and Flournoy, M. A., eds. Protecting Against the Spread of Nuclear, Biological and Chemical Weapons. Volume 3: International Responses. Washington D.C.: Centre for Strategic and International Studies.
Cornish, P. and Dorman, A. M., 2012. Smart muddling through: Rethinking UK national strategy beyond Afghanistan. International Affairs, 88 (2), pp. 213-222.
Cornish, P. and Dorman, A. M., 2011. Dr Fox and the Philosopher's Stone: the alchemy of national defence in the age of austerity. International Affairs, 87 (2), pp. 335-353.
Cornish, P., 2010. Britain's Strategic Defence and Security Review: Muddling Through. The World Today, 66 (11).
Cornish, P. and Dorman, A. M., 2010. Breaking the mould: the United Kingdom Strategic Defence Review 2010. International Affairs, 86 (2), pp. 395-410.
Cornish, P. and Dorman, A., 2009. Blair's wars and Brown's budgets: from Strategic Defence Review to strategic decay in less than a decade. International Affairs, 85 (2), pp. 247-261.
Cornish, P., 2009. The United States and counterinsurgency: ‘political first, political last, political always’. International Affairs, 85 (1), pp. 61-79.
Cornish, P., 2007. Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Terrorism: Tomorrow's Threat. The World Today, 63 (3).
Cornish, P., 2006. Prospects for security and stability: Afghanistan again. The World Today, 62 (8-9).
Cornish, P. and Edwards, G., 2005. The strategic culture of the European Union: a progress report. International Affairs, 81 (4), pp. 801-820.
Cornish, P., 2004. NATO: the practice and politics of transformation. International Affairs, 80 (1), pp. 63-74.
Cornish, P., 2003. Clausewitz and the Ethics of Armed Force: Five Propositions. Journal of Military Ethics, 2 (3), pp. 213-226.
Cornish, P., 2003. Myth and reality: US and UK approaches to casualty aversion and force protection. Defence Studies, 3 (2), pp. 121-128.
Cornish, P., 2003. The Rumsfeld Question: Who is Winning the ‘War on Terror’? Defence International, 1.
Clarke, M. and Cornish, P., 2002. The European defence project and the Prague summit. International Affairs, 78 (4), pp. 777-788.
Cornish, P. and Edwards, G., 2001. Beyond the EU/NATO dichotomy: the beginnings of a European strategic culture. International Affairs, 77 (3), pp. 587-603.
Cornish, P., 2001. Security and the Internet: Barbarians at the gate. The World Today, 57 (2).
Cornish, P., Livingstone, D., Clemente, D. and Yorke, C., 2011. Cyber Security and the UK’s Critical National Infrastructure. Other. London: Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs).
Cornish, P., 2010. Strategy in Austerity: The Security and Defence of the United Kingdom. Other. London: Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs).
Cornish, P., Hughes, R. and Livingstone, D., 2009. Cyberspace and the National Security of the United Kingdom: Threats and Responses. Other. London: Chatham House (The Royal Institute of International Affairs).
Cornish, P., 2009. Cyber Security and Politically, Socially and Religiously Motivated Cyber Attacks. Other. Brussels: European Parliament.
Cornish, P., 2007. Domestic Security, Civil Contingencies and Resilience in the United Kingdom: A Guide to Policy. Other. London: Chatham House.
Cornish, P., 2007. The CBRN System: Assessing the threat of terrorist use of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear weapons in the UK. Other. London: Chatham House.
Cornish, P., 2007. The UK Contribution to the G8 Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons of Mass Destruction, 2002-06. Other. London: Chatham House.
Cornish, P., 2004. Artemis and Coral: British Perspectives on European Union Crisis Management Operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 2003. Other. London and Paris: CDS/Ecole Militaire.