Dr Justin Hastings

AB, Princeton, MA, PhD, University of California, Berkeley
Senior Lecturer

China studies centre

H04 - Merewether Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 4743

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Biographical details

Justin Hastings is a Senior Lecturer in International Relations and Comparative Politics in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney, where he is also affiliated with the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, the China Studies Centre, and Centre of International Security Studies. From 2008 to 2010, he was an Assistant Professor in the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where he remains affiliated with the Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy. He received an MA (2003) and PhD (2008) in political science from the University of California, Berkeley, and an AB in public and international affairs from Princeton University in 2001.

Hastings' research is mostly focused on gray and black markets, rogue states, and the structure and behaviour of clandestine non-state actors, such as terrorists, maritime piracy, smugglers, organized criminals, insurgents, and nuclear weapons proliferators, primarily in Northeast Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Indian Ocean. In the department, he teaches units and supervises research students on international security issues and Asian politics.

Research interests

Research Fields
  • International Relations
  • Comparative Politics
Research Interests
  • Regional interests: Southeast Asia (especially Indonesia, Singapore), Northeast Asia (especially China, Taiwan, Korean Peninsula), East Africa
  • Theoretical interests: Political and economic geography, non-traditional security, globalisation
  • Substantive interests: Terrorism, smuggling, maritime piracy, insurgency, gray/black markets, nuclear weapons proliferation

Current research students

Project title Research student
Political changes through an election: electoral systems and regulations in Myanmar Kihong MUN
Invited Lectures and Seminars

Hastings, J2016,“Terrorism and Nuclear Security", Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, 12 July 2016.

Hastings, J 2015,“Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks” (with Adam Stulberg and Phillip Baxter),Vienna Center for Disarmament and Nonproliferation, Vienna, Austria, 16 November 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,"Transnational Terrorist Networks in Post-Jemaah Islamiyah Southeast Asian Borderlands”,Department of Government and Public Administration, University of Macau, 6 November 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,"Non-state Nuclear Materials and Radioactive Source Trafficking Networks”, Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, 2 November 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,Presentation on nuclear and dual-use technology transfer networks (with Adam Stulberg),General Electric Export Controls Office All-Hands Meeting, 23 September 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,"International Perspectives on Proliferation and Illicit Trafficking Networks and the Benefits of Strategic Trade Management”, Interagency Awareness and Cooperation Workshopon Strategic Trade Management in Myanmar, Yangon, Myanmar, 24 June 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,"Understanding Nuclear Proliferation Networks”, Nonproliferation Training Course, Myanmar Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Yangon, Myanmar, 23 June 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,“Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks” (with Adam Stulberg),Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon, South Korea, 3 March 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,“Exploring North Korean Nuclear Proliferation through its Trade Networks”,Institute of Peace and Unification Studies, Seoul National University, Republic of Korea, 2 March 2015.

Hastings, J 2015,“The World’s Most Enterprising Country: North Korea’s Surprising Entrepreneurialism”,Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA, 16 February 2015.

Hastings, J 2014,"The World's Most Enterprising Country: North Korea's State Trading Networks in the Global Economy”,Governance, Security, and Justice Program, East-West Center, Honolulu, HI, 3 December 2014.

Hastings, J 2014,“Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks: Preliminary Evidence from Iran and North Korea”,Department of Nuclear and Quantum Engineering, KAIST, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, 9 June 2014.

Hastings, J 2014, “Threats from the Periphery: The Political Economy of Security in Southeast Asia’s Borderlands”, Centre of Excellence in National Security, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 12 February 2014.

Hastings, J 2013, “Security in ASEAN”, Imagining the ASEAN Community, University of Sydney, 11 October 2013.

Hastings, J 2012, "China and North Korea in the Kim Jong-un Era", China in the World/Lowy Institute China Forum, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, 23 November 2012.

Hastings, J 2012, "Terrorists, Separatists, Pirates," 15th Freeman Symposium on Dynamic Asia, Salzburg Global Seminar, Salzburg, Austria, 17 June 2012.

Hastings, J 2011, "Contemporary Maritime Piracy in Comparative Perspective: Pirate Organizations in the Horn of Africa and Southeast Asia," Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, 1 December 2011.

Hastings, J 2011, "The Public Policy Implications of Maritime Piracy and Smuggling in Indonesia," Institute of Research and Community Services/UKIAJ School of Law, Universitas Katolik Indonesia Atma Jaya, Jakarta, Indonesia, 22 July 2011.

Hastings, J 2010, Subject matter expert on Jemaah Islamiyah," Institute For Analysis 2010 Forum, University of Maryland-University College, Adelphi, MD, 22-23 September 2010.

Hastings, J 2010, "Security Issues and Economic Activities in Indonesia?s Border Areas," LPEM-ANU Joint Seminar Series (Kelompok Diskusi Sore Hari), Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia, 29 July 2010.

Hastings, J 2010, "Threats from the Periphery: The Challenge of Terrorists, Smugglers, and Pirates in Southeast Asia?s Border Regions," Asia Policy Assembly, National Bureau of Asian Research, Washington, DC, 17 June 2010.

Hastings, J 2010, "Charting the Course of Uyghur Unrest in China and Central Asia," Centre for Chinese Studies, University of Indonesia, Depok, Indonesia, 7 January 2010.

Hastings, J 2009, "The Political Geography of the AQ Khan Network and Implications for the Non-Proliferation Regime," Public Policy and Nuclear Threats 2009 Winter Conference, Washington, DC, 20 February 2009.

Hastings, J 2007, "Thinking about Territory, Ideas, and the Transnational Activities of Clandestine Organizations," Confronting Terrorist Organizations Conference, UCSD, La Jolla, CA, 5 May 2007.

Hastings, J 2006, "Blowing Things Up: Globalization and the Political Geography of Insurgents, Pirates, and Terrorists in Southeast Asia," International Security and Social Science Seminar, CISAC, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 7 December 2006.

Hastings, J 2006, "Geography and Clandestine Transnational Networks in Southeast Asia," Security Intelligence Division, Ministry of Defence, Singapore, 27 January 2006; Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies, Singapore, 1 February 2006.

Hastings, J 2006, "North Korea and Cognitive Reform of the Non-Proliferation Treaty," Public Policy and Nuclear Threats 2006 Winter Conference, Santa Monica, CA, 3 February 2006

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2017

  • Illicit networks and Emerging Nuclear States; Hastings J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Future Fellowships (FT).

2014

  • The Worlds Most Enterprising Country: North Koreas Survival in the Global Economy; Hastings J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2013

  • Uncovering the organisational dynamics of pirates and maritime terrorists; Hastings J, Phillips S, Asal V, Rethemeyer R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks: Towards an Integrative Framework; Stulberg A, Hastings J; John D and Catherine T MacArthur Foundation (USA)/International Programs.

2012

  • Bridging Support Grant 2012; Hastings J; DVC Research/Bridging Support Grant.
  • Creating A Multi-Methodological Agenda for Studying the Organisational Characteristics of Pirate Syndicates; Hastings J, Phillips S, Asal V, LaFree G; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

Selected publications

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Books

  • Hastings, J. (2016). A Most Enterprising Country: North Korea in the Global Economy (forthcoming). Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
  • Hastings, J. (2010). No Mans Land: Globalization, Territory, and Clandestine Groups in Southeast Asia. New York, United States: Cornell University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Hastings, J. (2015). China and the Strait of Malacca. In Andrew T. H. Tan (Eds.), Security and Conflict in East Asia, (pp. 102-110). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J. (2015). Globalization, Ma Ying-Jeou, and the future of transnational criminal networks. In Ming-chin Monique Chu, Scott L. Kastner (Eds.), Globalization and Security Relations across the Taiwan Strait: In the Shadow of China, (pp. 135-157). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J. (2014). Strategic Hypocrisy: Sovereignty, Legitimacy, and Commerce in Archipelagic Southeast Asia. In Kate Xiao Zhou, Shelley Rigger, Lynn T. White III (Eds.), Democratization in China, Korea and Southeast Asia?: Local and National Perspectives (Politics in Asia), (pp. 51-65). London and New York: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Consequences of the Nuclear Renaissance for Nonstate Nuclear Trafficking. In Adam N. Stulberg, Matthew Fuhrmann (Eds.), The Nuclear Renaissance and International Security, (pp. 223-249). Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Maritime Security in East and South-East Asia. In Andrew T. H. Tan (Eds.), East and South-East Asia: International Relations and Security Perspectives, (pp. 246-254). London: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). The Ambiguous Political Economy of Terrorism in Southeast Asia's Borderlands. In M. Wills and R.M Hathaway (Eds.), New Security Challenges in Asia, (pp. 198-223). USA: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Hastings, J. (2008). Corruption's Corrosive Effect on Counterinsurgency: The Free Aceh Movement in Southeast Asia. In Michaelene Cox (Eds.), State of Corruption, State of Chaos: The Terror of Political Malfeasance, (pp. 127-142). Lanham, United States: Lexington Books.

Journals

  • Oliver, S., Jablonski, R., Hastings, J. (2016). The Tortuga Disease: The Perverse Effects of Illicit Foreign Capital. International Studies Quarterly.
  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2015). Maritime Piracy Business Networks and Institutions in Africa. African Affairs, 114(457), 555-576. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2015). The Economic Geography of North Korean Drug Trafficking Networks. Review of International Political Economy, 22(1), 162-193. [More Information]
  • Asal, V., Hastings, J. (2015). When Terrorism Goes to Sea: Terrorist Organizations and the Move to Maritime Targets. Terrorism and Political Violence, 27(4), 722-740. [More Information]
  • Griffin, P., Hastings, J., Park, S. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J., Chan, R. (2013). Target Hardening and Terrorist Signaling: The Case of Aviation Security. Terrorism and Political Violence, 25(5), 777-797. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2012). The Geography of Nuclear Proliferation Networks: The Case of A.Q. Khan. The Nonproliferation Review, 19(3), 429-450. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Understanding Maritime Piracy Syndicate Operations. Security Studies (Quarterly), 21(4), 683-721. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Charting the Course of Uyghur Unrest. The China Quarterly, 208, 893-912. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2011). The Fractured Geopolitics of the United States in the Indian Ocean Region. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 7(2), 183-199. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2009). Geographies of state failure and sophistication in maritime piracy hijackings. Political Geography, 28(4), 213-223. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2009). Illicit Flows in the Hong Kong-China-Taiwan Triangle. Issues and Studies: an international quarterly on China, Taiwan, and East Asian affairs, 45(2), 185-220.
  • Hastings, J. (2008). Geography, Globalization, and Terrorism: The Plots of Jemaah Islamiyah. Security Studies (Quarterly), 17(3), 505-530. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2005). Perceiving a Single Chinese State: Escalation and Violence in Uighur Protests. Problems of Post-Communism, 52(1), 28-38.

Edited Journals

  • Park, S., Griffin, P., Hastings, J. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1).

Conferences

  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2016). Explaining Variation in Maritime Piracy in 'Peaceful' Somaliland and Puntland. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Hastings, J., Ubilava, D., Wang, Y. (2016). Shocks and North Korean Commodity Prices. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Hastings, J., Yuan, J., Khadka, A., Morris, E. (2015). DPRK Nuclear Trade Networks: Using Regression and Network Analysis to Assess Supply and Demand. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2015). Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks: An Iran Case Study. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2014). Maritime Piracy Business Networks and Local Governance in Africa and the Middle East. International Studies Association Conference 2014, USA: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2014). Non-traditional Actors and Strategic Stability in South Asia. International Studies Association Conference 2014, USA: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Coming to Blows: Symbolic Power and Legislative Brawls in Taiwan. Chinese Symbolic Power in Comparative Perspective Workshop, Sydney: University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Hastings, J., Asal, V. (2013). Pirates and Terrorists. International Studies Association Conference 2013, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). The Economic Geography of North Korean Drug Trafficking Networks. International Studies Association Conference 2013, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Globalization, Ma Ying-jeou, and the Future of Transnational Criminal Networks. Cross-Strait Relations in the Age of Globalization: Globalization-Security Linkages, London, UK: Centre for Taiwan Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Security, Transnational Commerce, and State Power in Archipelagic Southeast Asia. Democracy in China and Southeast Asia? Local and National Perspectives, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Terrorist Organizations and the Move to Maritime Targets. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Tortuga Disease: The Perverse Economic Impacts of Maritime Piracy. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Consequences of the Nuclear Renaissance for Non-state Proliferation. International Studies Association 2011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Exploiting Structural Weaknesses in Pirate Organizations. International Studies Association 2011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Target Hardening and Terrorist Signaling: The Case of Aviation Security. International Security Studies Section/International Security and Arms Control 2011 Annual Meeting, Irvine, CA: International Security and Arms Control 2011 Annual Meeting.
  • Hastings, J. (2010). Contextual Factors and Trends in Sophisticated Maritime Pirate Attacks. 51st International Studies Association Annual Convention ISA 2010, United States: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2010). Cross-Strait Rapprochement and the Future of Illicit Networks. Annual Taiwan Issues Conference 2010, United States: University of South Carolina.
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2010). Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks. 51st International Studies Association Annual Convention ISA 2010, United States: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2009). The AQ Khan Network: A Reappraisal. International Security Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISA) and the International Security and Arms Control Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Conference ISSS/ISAC 2009, United States: International Studies Association (ISA)/American Political Science Association (APSA).
  • Hastings, J. (2009). The Political Geography of the AQ Khan Network and Implications for the Non-Proliferation Regime. 105th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2009, United States: American Political Science Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2008). State Capacity and Sophistication in Piratical Hijackings. International Studies Association (ISA) West Regional Conference 2008, United States: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2007). Smuggling Flows and the Political Geography of the Hong Kong-China-Taiwan Triangle. 103rd American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2007, United States: American Political Science Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2006). Globalization, Geography and Clandestine Trans-national Networks: Using Jemaah Islamiyah to Understand Nuclear Proliferation Networks. 102nd American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2006, United States: American Political Science Association.

2016

  • Hastings, J. (2016). A Most Enterprising Country: North Korea in the Global Economy (forthcoming). Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2016). Explaining Variation in Maritime Piracy in 'Peaceful' Somaliland and Puntland. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Hastings, J., Ubilava, D., Wang, Y. (2016). Shocks and North Korean Commodity Prices. International Studies Association Annual Meeting, Atlanta, GA.
  • Oliver, S., Jablonski, R., Hastings, J. (2016). The Tortuga Disease: The Perverse Effects of Illicit Foreign Capital. International Studies Quarterly.

2015

  • Hastings, J. (2015). China and the Strait of Malacca. In Andrew T. H. Tan (Eds.), Security and Conflict in East Asia, (pp. 102-110). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J., Yuan, J., Khadka, A., Morris, E. (2015). DPRK Nuclear Trade Networks: Using Regression and Network Analysis to Assess Supply and Demand. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Hastings, J. (2015). Globalization, Ma Ying-Jeou, and the future of transnational criminal networks. In Ming-chin Monique Chu, Scott L. Kastner (Eds.), Globalization and Security Relations across the Taiwan Strait: In the Shadow of China, (pp. 135-157). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2015). Maritime Piracy Business Networks and Institutions in Africa. African Affairs, 114(457), 555-576. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2015). Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks: An Iran Case Study. International Studies Association (ISA) 55th Annual Convention: Spaces and Places Geopolitics in an Era of Globalization, Toronto: Panellist.
  • Hastings, J. (2015). The Economic Geography of North Korean Drug Trafficking Networks. Review of International Political Economy, 22(1), 162-193. [More Information]
  • Asal, V., Hastings, J. (2015). When Terrorism Goes to Sea: Terrorist Organizations and the Move to Maritime Targets. Terrorism and Political Violence, 27(4), 722-740. [More Information]

2014

  • Hastings, J., Phillips, S. (2014). Maritime Piracy Business Networks and Local Governance in Africa and the Middle East. International Studies Association Conference 2014, USA: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2014). Non-traditional Actors and Strategic Stability in South Asia. International Studies Association Conference 2014, USA: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2014). Strategic Hypocrisy: Sovereignty, Legitimacy, and Commerce in Archipelagic Southeast Asia. In Kate Xiao Zhou, Shelley Rigger, Lynn T. White III (Eds.), Democratization in China, Korea and Southeast Asia?: Local and National Perspectives (Politics in Asia), (pp. 51-65). London and New York: Routledge.

2013

  • Park, S., Griffin, P., Hastings, J. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1).
  • Griffin, P., Hastings, J., Park, S. (2013). Asia Pacific Going Forward: A View from OCIS V. Global Change, Peace and Security, 25(1), 1-4. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Coming to Blows: Symbolic Power and Legislative Brawls in Taiwan. Chinese Symbolic Power in Comparative Perspective Workshop, Sydney: University of Technology, Sydney.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Consequences of the Nuclear Renaissance for Nonstate Nuclear Trafficking. In Adam N. Stulberg, Matthew Fuhrmann (Eds.), The Nuclear Renaissance and International Security, (pp. 223-249). Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). Maritime Security in East and South-East Asia. In Andrew T. H. Tan (Eds.), East and South-East Asia: International Relations and Security Perspectives, (pp. 246-254). London: Routledge.
  • Hastings, J., Asal, V. (2013). Pirates and Terrorists. International Studies Association Conference 2013, San Francisco: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J., Chan, R. (2013). Target Hardening and Terrorist Signaling: The Case of Aviation Security. Terrorism and Political Violence, 25(5), 777-797. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2013). The Ambiguous Political Economy of Terrorism in Southeast Asia's Borderlands. In M. Wills and R.M Hathaway (Eds.), New Security Challenges in Asia, (pp. 198-223). USA: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Hastings, J. (2013). The Economic Geography of North Korean Drug Trafficking Networks. International Studies Association Conference 2013, San Francisco: International Studies Association.

2012

  • Hastings, J. (2012). Globalization, Ma Ying-jeou, and the Future of Transnational Criminal Networks. Cross-Strait Relations in the Age of Globalization: Globalization-Security Linkages, London, UK: Centre for Taiwan Studies, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Security, Transnational Commerce, and State Power in Archipelagic Southeast Asia. Democracy in China and Southeast Asia? Local and National Perspectives, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.: Princeton University, Princeton, NJ.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Terrorist Organizations and the Move to Maritime Targets. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). The Geography of Nuclear Proliferation Networks: The Case of A.Q. Khan. The Nonproliferation Review, 19(3), 429-450. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Tortuga Disease: The Perverse Economic Impacts of Maritime Piracy. International Studies Association Conference 2012, San Diego: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2012). Understanding Maritime Piracy Syndicate Operations. Security Studies (Quarterly), 21(4), 683-721. [More Information]

2011

  • Hastings, J. (2011). Charting the Course of Uyghur Unrest. The China Quarterly, 208, 893-912. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Consequences of the Nuclear Renaissance for Non-state Proliferation. International Studies Association 2011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Exploiting Structural Weaknesses in Pirate Organizations. International Studies Association 2011, Montreal, Quebec, Canada: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). Target Hardening and Terrorist Signaling: The Case of Aviation Security. International Security Studies Section/International Security and Arms Control 2011 Annual Meeting, Irvine, CA: International Security and Arms Control 2011 Annual Meeting.
  • Hastings, J. (2011). The Fractured Geopolitics of the United States in the Indian Ocean Region. Journal of the Indian Ocean Region, 7(2), 183-199. [More Information]

2010

  • Hastings, J. (2010). Contextual Factors and Trends in Sophisticated Maritime Pirate Attacks. 51st International Studies Association Annual Convention ISA 2010, United States: International Studies Association.
  • Hastings, J. (2010). Cross-Strait Rapprochement and the Future of Illicit Networks. Annual Taiwan Issues Conference 2010, United States: University of South Carolina.
  • Hastings, J. (2010). No Mans Land: Globalization, Territory, and Clandestine Groups in Southeast Asia. New York, United States: Cornell University Press.
  • Hastings, J., Stulberg, A. (2010). Technology and Knowledge Transfer in Nuclear Proliferation Networks. 51st International Studies Association Annual Convention ISA 2010, United States: International Studies Association.

2009

  • Hastings, J. (2009). Geographies of state failure and sophistication in maritime piracy hijackings. Political Geography, 28(4), 213-223. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2009). Illicit Flows in the Hong Kong-China-Taiwan Triangle. Issues and Studies: an international quarterly on China, Taiwan, and East Asian affairs, 45(2), 185-220.
  • Hastings, J. (2009). The AQ Khan Network: A Reappraisal. International Security Studies Section of the International Studies Association (ISA) and the International Security and Arms Control Section of the American Political Science Association (APSA) Annual Conference ISSS/ISAC 2009, United States: International Studies Association (ISA)/American Political Science Association (APSA).
  • Hastings, J. (2009). The Political Geography of the AQ Khan Network and Implications for the Non-Proliferation Regime. 105th American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2009, United States: American Political Science Association.

2008

  • Hastings, J. (2008). Corruption's Corrosive Effect on Counterinsurgency: The Free Aceh Movement in Southeast Asia. In Michaelene Cox (Eds.), State of Corruption, State of Chaos: The Terror of Political Malfeasance, (pp. 127-142). Lanham, United States: Lexington Books.
  • Hastings, J. (2008). Geography, Globalization, and Terrorism: The Plots of Jemaah Islamiyah. Security Studies (Quarterly), 17(3), 505-530. [More Information]
  • Hastings, J. (2008). State Capacity and Sophistication in Piratical Hijackings. International Studies Association (ISA) West Regional Conference 2008, United States: International Studies Association.

2007

  • Hastings, J. (2007). Smuggling Flows and the Political Geography of the Hong Kong-China-Taiwan Triangle. 103rd American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2007, United States: American Political Science Association.

2006

  • Hastings, J. (2006). Globalization, Geography and Clandestine Trans-national Networks: Using Jemaah Islamiyah to Understand Nuclear Proliferation Networks. 102nd American Political Science Association Annual Meeting APSA 2006, United States: American Political Science Association.

2005

  • Hastings, J. (2005). Perceiving a Single Chinese State: Escalation and Violence in Uighur Protests. Problems of Post-Communism, 52(1), 28-38.

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