Mathew Davies

Brexit serves as a warning to ASEAN

The lesson from the UK-EU split should not be one of smugness, but that regional cooperation only exists thanks to citizens’ permission.

Brexit shows the vandals aren't at the gates; they’re the ones in power

With this statement Gove captured something of the state of affairs across the Western world within its supposedly secure democracies; the rejection of even a pretence of interest in facts and their relevance for our political discussion.

From Arrow to Path: International Relations Theory and the Humanitarian Space

Mathew Davies, ‘From Arrow to Path: International Relations Theory and the Humanitarian Space’, in Michele Acuto, ed., Negotiating Relief: The Politics of Humanitarian Space, London: Hurst

Rhetorical Inaction? Compliance and the Human Rights Council of the United Nations

Mathew Davies, ‘Rhetorical Inaction? Compliance and the Human Rights Council of the United Nations’, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 35(4) 2010: 449-68.

The Perils of Incoherence: ASEAN, Myanmar and the Avoidable Failures of Human Rights Socialization?

Mathew Davies, ‘The Perils of Incoherence: ASEAN, Myanmar and the Avoidable Failures of Human Rights Socialization?’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 34(1) 2012: 1-22.

Rethinking International Relations Theory

Book Review of Martin Griffiths, Rethinking International Relations Theory, in Australian Journal of International Affairs, 67(2) 2013: 247-8.

The Legacy of Ataturk: The Limits of Conditionality in the Turkish Application to the European Union

Mathew Davies, ‘The Legacy of Ataturk: The Limits of Conditionality in the Turkish Application to the European Union’, Australian Journal of International Affairs, 67(4) 2013: 511-25.

Explaining the Vientiane Action Programme: ASEAN and the Instituionalisation of Human Rights

Mathew Davies, ‘Explaining the Vientiane Action Programme: ASEAN and the Instituionalisation of Human Rights’, Pacific Review, 26(4) 2013: 385-406.

ASEAN and Human Rights Norms: Constructivism, Rational Choice, and the Action-Identity Gap

Mathew Davies, ‘ASEAN and Human Rights Norms: Constructivism, Rational Choice, and the Action-Identity Gap’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, 13(2) 2013: 207-31.

The ASEAN Synthesis: Human Rights, Non-Intervention, and the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration

Mathew Davies, ‘The ASEAN Synthesis: Human Rights, Non-Intervention, and the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration’, Georgetown Journal of International Affairs, 14(2) 2013: 51-8.

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