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Hack, Karl (2019). We Meet Again: Britain and Singapore 1945-1946. In: Koh, Tommy and Wightman, Scott eds. 200 years of Singapore and the United Kingdom. Singapore: Straits Times Press, pp. 118–125.

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Hack, Karl (2017). The Art of Counterinsurgency: Phase Analysis with Primary Reference to Malaya (1948-60), and Secondary Reference to Kenya (1952-60). In: Thomas, Martin and Curless, Gareth eds. Decolonization and Conflict: Colonial Comparisons and Legacies. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 177–196.

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Hack, Karl (2015). Tropical transitions in colonial counter-insurgency: From Malayan Emergency to post-colonial partnership. In: Johnson, Robert and Clack, Timothy eds. At the End of Military Intervention: Historical, Theoretical, and Applied Approaches to Transition, Handover, and Withdrawal. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 61–85.

Hack, Karl (2015). The Malayan Emergency: British Counterinsurgency Phases and the Triumph of Geo-demographic Control, 1948-60. In: Fremont-Barnes, Gregory ed. A History of Counterinsurgency: From South Africa to Algeria, 1900 to 1954. Santa Barbara, California: ABC-Clio, pp. 125–176.

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Hack, Karl (2013). Malaya - Between Two Terrors: "People's History" and the Malayan Emergency. In: Gurman, Hannah ed. Hearts and Minds: A People's History of Insurgency. New York: The Free Press, pp. 17–49.

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Hack, Karl; Brocheux, Pierre; El Mechat, Samia; Frey, Marc; Nanta, Arnaud; Randrianja, Solofo and Regnault, Jean-Marc (2012). Les Décolonisations au XX Siècle: La Fin des Empires Européens et Japonais. Paris: Armand Colin.

Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin (2012). War Memory and the Making of Modern Malaysia and Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press.

Hack, Karl (2012). Framing Singapore's History. In: Tarling, Nicholas ed. Studying Singapore's Past: C.M. Turnbull and the History of Modern Singapore. Singapore: NUS Press, pp. 17–64.

Hack, Karl (2012). Decolonization and violence in Southeast Asia: crises of authority and identity. In: Bogaerts, Els and Raben, Remco eds. Beyond Empire and Nation: Decolonizing Societies in Africa and Asia, 1930s-1970s. Leiden: KITLV, pp. 137–166.

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Hack, Karl (2011). Negotiating with the Malayan Communist Party, 1948-89. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39(4) pp. 607–632.

Hack, Karl (2011). Between terror and talking, the place of 'negotiation' in colonial conflict. Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History, 39(4) pp. 539–549.

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Hack, Karl and Margolin, Jean-Louis eds. (2010). Singapore from Temasek to the 21st Century: Reinventing the Global City. Singapore: National University of Singapore Publishing.

Hack, Karl and Margolin, Jean-Louis (2010). Singapore: reinventing the global city. In: Hack, Karl; Margolin, Jean-Louis and Delaye, Karine eds. Singapore fromTemasek to the 21st Century. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, pp. 3–36.

Hack, Karl (2010). The Malayan trajectory in Singapore's history. In: Hack, Karl; Margolin, Jean-Louis and Delaye, Karine eds. Singapore from Temasek to the 21st Century. Singapore: National University of Singapire Press, pp. 243–291.

Hack, Karl (2010). Remaking Singapore 1990-2004: from disciplinarian development to bureaucratic proxy democracy. In: Hack, Karl; Margolin, Jean-Louis and Delaye, Karine eds. Singapore from Temasek to the 21st Century. Singapore: National University of singpaore Publishing, pp. 345–383.

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Hack, Karl and Wade, Geoff (2009). The origins of the Southeast Asian Cold War. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 40(3) pp. 441–448.

Hack, Karl (2009). The origins of the Asian Cold War: Malaya 1948. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 40(3) pp. 471–496.

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Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin eds. (2008). Forgotten Captives in Japanese-Occupied Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia, 48. Abingdon: Routledge.

Hack, Karl (2008). The long march to peace of the Malayan Communist Party in southern Thailand. In: Monetesano, Michael J and Jory, Patrick eds. Thai South and Malay North: Ethnic Interactions on a Plural Peninsula. Singapore: National University of Singapore Press, pp. 173–200.

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Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin (2007). The Bridge on the River Kwai and King Rat: protest and ex-prisoner of war memory in Britain and Australia. In: Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin eds. Forgotten Captives in Japanese Occupied Asia: National Memories and Forgotten Captivities. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. Abingdon, Oxon., UK and New York, NY, USA: Routledge, pp. 147–171.

Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin (2007). Japanese-occupied Asia from 1941 to 1945: one occupier, many captivities and memories. In: Hack, Karl and Blackburn, Kevin eds. Forgotten Captives in Japanese Occupied Asia: National Memories and Forgotten Captivities. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. Abingdon, Oxon., UK and New York, NY, USA: Routledge, pp. 1–20.

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Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias eds. (2006). Colonial armies in southeast Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. London, UK: Routledge.

Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias (2006). Imperial systems of power, colonial forces and the making of modern Southeast Asia. In: Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias eds. Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. London: Routledge, pp. 3–36.

Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias (2006). Demography and domination in Southeast Asia. In: Hack, Karl and Rettig, Tobias eds. Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. London: Routledge, pp. 39–73.

Hack, Karl (2006). Imperialism and decolonisation in Southeast Asia: colonial forces and British world power post colonial analyses and residues. In: Rettig, Tobias and Hack, Karl eds. Colonial Armies in Southeast Asia. Routledge Studies in the Modern History of Asia. London: Routledge, pp. 239–266.

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Blackburn, Kevin and Hack, Karl (2005). Did Singapore have to fall? Churchill and the impregnable fortress. London, UK: Routledge.

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Chin, C. C. and Hack, Karl eds. (2004). Dialogues with Chin Peng: New light on the Malayan communist party. Singapore: Singapore University Press.

Hack, Karl and Chin, C. C. (2004). The Malayan Emergency. In: Hack, Karl and Chin, C. C. eds. Dialogues with Chin Peng: New Light on the Malayan Communist Party. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 3–37.

Hack, Karl (2004). Communist Policy and Support: 1948-57. In: Hack, Karl and Chin, C. C. eds. Dialogues with Chin Peng: New Light on the Malayan Communist Party. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 295–301.

Hack, Karl (2004). From Baling to Merdeka: 1955-60. In: Hack, Karl and Chin, C. C. eds. Dialogues with Chin Peng: New Light on the Malayan Communist Party. Singapore: Singapore University Press, pp. 306–316.

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Hack, Karl (2003). Theories and approaches to British decolonization in southeast Asia. In: Frey, Marc; Preussen, Ronald W and Tan, Tai Yong eds. The Transformation of Southeast Asia. New York, NY U.S.: M.E. Sharpe, pp. 105–126.

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Hack, Karl (1999). Iron claws on Malaya: the historiography of the Malayan emergency. Journal of Southeast Asian Stdies, 30(1) pp. 99–125.

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