Accepted to International Organization

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Hun Joon Kim and Jason Sharman have just had their paper “Accounts and Accountability: Corruption, Human Rights, and Individual Accountability Norms” accepted for publication with International Organization, the top journal in International Relations. The paper explains the rise of parallel norms mandating that state leaders guilty of major human rights and corruption crimes be held accountable […]

Luke Glanville’s book has been accepted for publication with University of Chicago Press

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Luke Glanville’s book, Sovereignty and the Responsibility to Protect, has been accepted for publication with University of Chicago Press. The book examines the history of responsibilities that sovereign rulers and sovereign states have been understood to bear for the protection of populations from mass atrocities from the sixteenth century through to the present. It challenges the conventional story […]

Professor Rod Rhodes

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Professor Rod Rhodes commenced his appointment as Professor, Centre for Governance and Public Policy .  Rod is no stranger to Griffith, having been a visitor to the Centre several times over the years.  His recent work takes an interpretive approach to the study of politics, arguing that explanations in political science must and should take […]

Luke Glanville and Hun Joon Kim win Griffith Business School Research Excellence Award

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  Congratulations to Dr Luke Glanville and Dr Hun Joon Kim from the Centre for Governance and Public Policy & Griffith Asia Institute for their joint win of the  Griffith Business School Research Excellence Awards for 2012 for Individual Early Career Researcher.  They have won $2500 each. Luke and Hun Joon are outstanding contributors to Griffith’s research performance […]

Glenn Kefford wins prize at the 2012 APSA Conference

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A PhD Student from the Centre for Governance and Public Policy was presented with an award at the 2012 Australian Political Studies Assocation (APSA) Conference held in Hobart from September 24 to 26. The award for best postgraduate paper at the Conference went to Glenn Kefford for his paper entitled Are Leaders Becoming More Powerful? Kevin Rudd and […]

Two New Books with Cambridge University Press

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This week Hun Joon Kim received a contract with Cambridge University Press for his co-edited volume Transitional Justice in the Asia Pacific. Although truth commissions and trials in response to mass atrocities in Europe, Latin America and Africa have received a great deal of scholarly attention, those occurring in our region have up until now […]