Faculty of Social Sciences
Associate Professor specializing in International Studies; Chancellor's Research Chair in Global Studies; Graduate Advisor
B.A., M.A., (Laval); Ph.D. (York); post-doctoral work at the University of California at Berkeley and McGill University
My interests revolve around current dynamics of change in the discourse and practice of international relations, with a particular focus on the current reconfiguration of mechanism of international security and governance. Recent research has dealt with the emergence of new forms of multilateralism and their impact on the UN system. I am now writing a book on the notions of universalism and particulrism in Asian relations theory.
* "Human Security in Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia" Contemporary Southeast Asia, Issue 24, no. 3 (December 2002), 509-527.
* "Conflict Resolution as Construction of Security: Peacebuilding, Constructive Intervention, and Human Security in Southeast Asia." in Development and Security in Southeast Asia. David Dewitt, Carolina Hernandex, Hadi Soesastro, eds. London: Ashgate, 2001.
* "Civil Society and Regional Security: Tensions and Potentials in Post-Crisis Southeast Asia." in Contemporary Southeast Asia, Issue 22, no. 3, December 2000, pp.550-569.
* "Testing the Limits of Change: Cambodia’s Politics After the July 1998 Elections," in Southeast Asian Affairs, 1999, pp. 79-91.
* Peace, Power and Resistance in Cambodia. Global Governance and the Failure of International Conflict Resolution. London, New York: Macmillan, St. Martin’s Press, 1999.
* "Sécurité et intégration regional en Asie-Pacifique: Dynamiques et implications théoriques", Études internationals XXVIII, no. 2 (June 1997), pp. 344-355.
* Bring the Khmer Rouge to Trial," in The Globe and Mail, March 15,1998; (This text was also reproduced in the Cambodia Daily, March 17, 1999)