Publications

(Book chapter) “The Geopolitics of the Moon” in The Moon: A Celebration of our celestial neighbour by Royal Observatory Greenwich
2019

 


(Book chapter) “Do I need a Visa?” In Ad Astra: An Illustrated Guide to Leaving the Planet by Dallas Campbell
2017

 


(Authored article) The Conversation “The Outer Space Treaty has been remarkably successful – but is it fit for the modern age?
2017


(Authored article) The World Today Star Laws: Jill Stuart outlines the legal framework in which the militarization of space has evolved
2016

 


(Authored article) Space Policy “Introduction to the Special Issue
2016

 


(Authored article) Financial Times Global satellite industry must invest in cyber security
2015

 


(Blog post) Wither a Welsh Space Policy?
2015


(Authored working paper) International Student Mobility and Student Visas: A comparative study of the US, UK and Australia
2014


(Authored Working paper) “Studying Extinction Level Impacts from Near Earth Objects” Presented for a CARR workshop on Existential Risks.
2014


(Authored article) New Statesman “The Emirates paves way for a Middle East space programme with its mission to Mars
2014


(Authored article) E-ir.com Regime Theory and the Study of Outer Space Politics
2013


(Authored article) “UK Student Visas: From Someone Who’s Been There” LSE Department of Government Dispatch Box Newsletter
2013

 


(Authored article) Carving Up Space Lead story in LSE Connect
2011


(Co-authored book) Pocket Guide to Culturally Sensitive Healthcare Barbara Stuart, Cate Cherry and Jill Stuart. FA Davis.
2011

 


(Copyeditor) Bottom-Up Politics: An Agency-Centred Approach to Globalization Edited by Denisa Kostovicova and Marlies Glasius. Palgrave Macmillan.
2009

 


(Co-authored working paper with Stephanie Carvin) Science Fiction or Science Fantasy: The gendered portrayal of aliens and the discourse of dominance in outer space politics”
2009


(Chapter author) “Chapter 1: Unbundling sovereignty in outer space: two approaches” in Securing Outer Space eds. Mike Sheehan  and Natalie Bornmann. Routledge.
2009

 


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(PhD Thesis) “Exploring the Relationship Between Outer Space and World Politics: English School and Regime Theory Perspectives” Undertaken and passed in the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics
2008


(Book Review) “Space as a Strategic Asset by Joan Johnson Freese” in The Journal of the Royal United Services Institute.
2007

 


(Dr Stuart as Research assistant) A Year in the Life: from member of public to Member of Parliament by Gemma Rosenblatt. Published by the Hansard Society.
2006


(Research assistant) Audit of Political Engagement 2 Published by the Electoral Commission and the Hansard Society
2005


(Research assistant) Audit of Political Engagement Published by the Electoral Commission and the Hansard Society.
2004

(The Audit of Political Engagment project is ongoing.)