- M.L.R. Smith and Jasper Humphreys, ‘Militarised Responses to the Illegal Wildlife Trade’, in ‘The War on Crime: Assessing Militarised Responses to Transnational Organised Crime, Tuesday Reitano and Sasha Jesperson, eds, Palgrave MacMillan.
- Joint publication with Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Whitehall Paper 86, ‘Poaching, Wildlife Trafficking and Security in Africa’, eds, MLR Smith and Cathy Haenlein.
- Richard Milburn, ‘Gorillas and guerrillas: environment and conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo’, in Environmental crime and social conflict: contemporary and emerging issues, Avi Brisman, Nigel South and Rob White, eds, Ashgate.
- M. L. R Smith and Jasper Humphreys, ‘The poaching paradox; why South Africa’s “rhino wars” shine a harsh spotlight on security and conservation, in Environment crime and social conflict, contemporary and emerging issues, Avi Brisman, Nigel South and Rob White, eds, Ashgate.
From International Affairs 90: 4, July 2014:
- ‘The “rhinofication” of South African security’
M. L. R. Smith and Jasper Humphreys.
- ‘Waging a war to save biodiversity: the rise of militarized conservation’
- ‘Environmental insecurity and fortress mentality’
- ‘Human conflict and ecosystems services: finding the environmental price of warfare’
Robert A. Francis and Krishna Krishnamurthy.
- ‘The roots to peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo: conservation as a platform for green development’
- ‘Of warriors, poachers and peacekeepers: protecting wildlife after conflict’
Saskia Rotshuizen and M. L. R Smith, in Cooperation and Conflict 48: 4, pp. 502-21.
- ‘Climate security, risk assessment and military planning’
Chad Michael Briggs, in International Affairs 88: 5, September, pp. 1049-64.
- ‘Resource wars: searching for a new definition’
Jasper Humphreys, in International Affairs 88: 5, September, pp. 1065-82.
- ‘Mainstreaming the environment into postwar recovery: the case for “ecological development”’
Richard Milburn, in International Affairs 88: 5, September, pp. 1083-1100.
- ‘Protecting endangered species’
M. L. R. Smith and Jasper Humphreys, in Criminal Justice Matters 83: 1.
- ‘War and wildlife: the Clausewitz connection’
M. L. R. Smith and Jasper Humphreys, in International Affairs 83: 1, January, pp. 121-42.