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Hawksley, Charles Dr

Senior Lecturer, Politics and International Studies (PAIS)

  • Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts
  • School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

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Research Overview


  • Charles is Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Studies. His research is mainly focussed on topics associated with Oceania (Pacific Islands + Timor Leste and Australia/New Zealand), including food security, state building, police building, intervention, aid and development. He teaches introductory politics, political theory, political economy, social science methods, human rights, and anything else that needs teaching. 

    He is currently completing a book with Dr Nichole Georgeou (Western Sydney University) entitled Police-building and the Responsibility to Protect in Oceania: Gender, Civil Society and Human Rights Culture in Oceania (Routledge, forthcoming 2019). Together they have written several book chapters, refereed journal articles and policy briefs, and public commentary on food security, police building, international aid and development, and international politics. They edited and contributed to The Globalization of World Politics: Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific a compendium of contributions from eminent scholars that accompanies the best selling UK text (Oxford University Press 2014, reprinted 2016.)

Available as Research Supervisor

Available for Collaborative Projects

Selected Publications


Available as Research Supervisor

Potential Supervision Topics


  • Australian Foreign Policy

    Pacific Islands Aid and Diplomacy

    Development and Security

    Human Rights Protection (Responsibility to Protect)

    International Relations Theory

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Surveillance in the People’s Republic of China and the Evolution of the Social Credit System: State and Citizen Perceptions and Justifications
    Doctor of Philosophy Hands Across the Pacific? Australian - Chilean Defence Relations 2000 - 2020 Martin, Rafael
    Doctor of Philosophy Palestinian Diplomatic Resistance: A Political-Historical Study Badra, Shamikh
    Master of Research -LHA Prospects for a Return to Genocide in Rwanda Pritchard, Jeune
    Doctor of Philosophy Organisasi Papua Merdeka: Origins and strategies of resistance McKinlay King, Julian King
    Doctor of Philosophy Norms, protection, and the development of climate-related displacement policies in the Pacific Moore, Liam
    Master of Research -LHA Transitional Justice Approaches to Sexual Violence in War and Conflict: A Comparative Case Study Roodenrys, Caitlin

Top Publications


Research Overview


  • Charles is Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Studies. His research is mainly focussed on topics associated with Oceania (Pacific Islands + Timor Leste and Australia/New Zealand), including food security, state building, police building, intervention, aid and development. He teaches introductory politics, political theory, political economy, social science methods, human rights, and anything else that needs teaching. 

    He is currently completing a book with Dr Nichole Georgeou (Western Sydney University) entitled Police-building and the Responsibility to Protect in Oceania: Gender, Civil Society and Human Rights Culture in Oceania (Routledge, forthcoming 2019). Together they have written several book chapters, refereed journal articles and policy briefs, and public commentary on food security, police building, international aid and development, and international politics. They edited and contributed to The Globalization of World Politics: Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific a compendium of contributions from eminent scholars that accompanies the best selling UK text (Oxford University Press 2014, reprinted 2016.)

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


  • Australian Foreign Policy

    Pacific Islands Aid and Diplomacy

    Development and Security

    Human Rights Protection (Responsibility to Protect)

    International Relations Theory

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Surveillance in the People’s Republic of China and the Evolution of the Social Credit System: State and Citizen Perceptions and Justifications
    Doctor of Philosophy Hands Across the Pacific? Australian - Chilean Defence Relations 2000 - 2020 Martin, Rafael
    Doctor of Philosophy Palestinian Diplomatic Resistance: A Political-Historical Study Badra, Shamikh
    Master of Research -LHA Prospects for a Return to Genocide in Rwanda Pritchard, Jeune
    Doctor of Philosophy Organisasi Papua Merdeka: Origins and strategies of resistance McKinlay King, Julian King
    Doctor of Philosophy Norms, protection, and the development of climate-related displacement policies in the Pacific Moore, Liam
    Master of Research -LHA Transitional Justice Approaches to Sexual Violence in War and Conflict: A Comparative Case Study Roodenrys, Caitlin
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