Mr James Windle


NameMr James Windle
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressj.windle@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteBusiness & Law

Research outputs

Preventing the diversion of Turkish opium

Windle, J. 2016. Preventing the diversion of Turkish opium. Security Journal. 29 (2), pp. 213-227. https://doi.org/10.1057/sj.2013.8

Security trumps drug control: How securitization explains drug policy paradoxes in Thailand and Vietnam

Windle, J. 2016. Security trumps drug control: How securitization explains drug policy paradoxes in Thailand and Vietnam. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 23 (4), pp. 344-354. https://doi.org/10.3109/09687637.2016.1140720

A Slow March from Social Evil to Harm Reduction: Drugs and Drug Policy in Vietnam

Windle, J. 2015. A Slow March from Social Evil to Harm Reduction: Drugs and Drug Policy in Vietnam. Journal of Drug Policy Analysis. 2015. https://doi.org/10.1515/jdpa-2015-0011

‘It’s like working away for two weeks’: The harms associated with young drug dealers commuting from a saturated London drug market

Windle, J. and Briggs, Daniel 2015. ‘It’s like working away for two weeks’: The harms associated with young drug dealers commuting from a saturated London drug market. Crime Prevention and Community Safety. 17 (2), pp. 105-119.

Going solo: the social organisation of drug dealing within a London street gang

Windle, J. and Briggs, Daniel 2015. Going solo: the social organisation of drug dealing within a London street gang. Journal of Youth Studies. 18 (9), pp. 1170-1185.

A very gradual suppression: A history of Turkish opium controls, 1933-1974

Windle, J. 2014. A very gradual suppression: A history of Turkish opium controls, 1933-1974. European Journal of Criminology. 11 (2), pp. 195-212.

How the East Influenced Drug Prohibition

Windle, J. 2013. How the East Influenced Drug Prohibition. The International History Review. 35 (5), pp. 1185-1199.

Tuckers firm: a case study of British organised crime

Windle, J. 2013. Tuckers firm: a case study of British organised crime. Trends in Organized Crime. 16 (4), pp. 382-396.

Harms caused by China's 1906–17 opium suppression intervention

Windle, J. 2013. Harms caused by China's 1906–17 opium suppression intervention. International Journal of Drug Policy. 24 (5), pp. 498-505.

The suppression of illicit opium production in Viet Nam: an introductory narrative

Windle, J. 2012. The suppression of illicit opium production in Viet Nam: an introductory narrative. Crime, Law and Social Change. 57 (4), pp. 425-439.

Popping the Balloon Effect: Assessing Drug Law Enforcement in Terms of Displacement, Diffusion, and the Containment Hypothesis

Windle, J. and Farrell, Graham 2012. Popping the Balloon Effect: Assessing Drug Law Enforcement in Terms of Displacement, Diffusion, and the Containment Hypothesis. Substance Use & Misuse. 47 (8-9), pp. 868-876.

Insights for Contemporary Drug Policy: A Historical Account of Opium Control in India and Pakistan

Windle, J. 2012. Insights for Contemporary Drug Policy: A Historical Account of Opium Control in India and Pakistan. Asian Journal of Criminology. 7 (1), pp. 55-74.

Afghanistan, Narcotics and the International Criminal Court: From Port of Spain to Kabul, via Rome.

Windle, J. 2012. Afghanistan, Narcotics and the International Criminal Court: From Port of Spain to Kabul, via Rome. European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice. 20 (3), pp. 297-314.

Poppies for Medicine in Afghanistan: Lessons from India and Turkey

Windle, J. 2011. Poppies for Medicine in Afghanistan: Lessons from India and Turkey. Journal of Asian and African Studies. 46 (6), pp. 663-677.

Ominous Parallels and Optimistic Differences: Opium in China and Afghanistan

Windle, J. 2011. Ominous Parallels and Optimistic Differences: Opium in China and Afghanistan. Law, Crime and History. 1 (2), pp. 141-164.
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