Four new publications for Prof. Ken Christie
New publications from Prof. Ken Christie include research on why human rights are a marginalized business issue in Southeast Asia; and the nexus between refugees, mediation attempts in resolving conflicts, and how we operationalize tools for resolving human security and rights issues.
- Christie, Kenneth and Hanlon, Robert J. Human security and peacebuilding: Critical Tools for operationalizing human rights in the post cold war world. in Routledge Companion to Peace and Conflict Studies. (London:Routledge) 2019. Edited by Sean Byrne et al. pp.403-414.
- Christie, Kenneth and Hoffman, Evan. Managing the crises at home: the role of Suu Kyi's mediation efforts in Myanmar in Research Handbook on Mediating Interntional Crises. (London: Edward Elgar) 2019. Edited by Jonathan Wilkenfeld et al.
- Christie, Kenneth. Introduction: Migration, Refugees and Human Security in the Twenty-First Century in Migration Refugees and Human Security in the Meditteranean and MENA. (2018) (New York: Palgrave MacMillan) pp.3-21.
- Christie, Kenneth and Hanlon, Robert J. Human rights and corporate social responsibility in Southeast Asia. in Routledge Handbook of Human Rights in Asia. First Edition (London, Routledge) 2018. Edited by Fernand de Varennes, Christie M. Gardiner.
Christie has recently been appointed to the editorial board to the Athenian Periodical of Critical Praxis. He is regularly featured in media, commenting on international issues.