Selected publications -
Windle, J., Morrison, J. F., Winter, A., & Silke, A. (Eds.). (2018). Historical Perspectives on Organized Crime and Terrorism. Routledge.
Windle, J. (2016). Suppressing illicit opium production: Successful intervention in Asia and the Middle East. IB Tauris.
Hourigan, N., Morrison, J. F., Windle, J., & Silke, A. (2018). Crime in Ireland north and south: Feuding gangs and profiteering paramilitaries. Trends in Organized Crime, 21(2), 126-146.
Windle, J. (2018). Why do South-east Asian states choose to suppress opium? A cross-case comparison. Third World Quarterly, 39(2), 366-384.
Windle, J. (2016). Security trumps drug control: How securitization explains drug policy paradoxes in Thailand and Vietnam. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 23(4), 344-354.
Windle, J., & Briggs, D. (2015). Going solo: the social organisation of drug dealing within a London street gang. Journal of youth studies, 18(9), 1170-1185.
Windle, J., & Briggs, D. (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), 105-119.
Windle, J. (2013). Harms caused by China's 1906–17 opium suppression intervention. International Journal of Drug Policy, 24(5), 498-505.