Emeritus Joseph Camilleri
College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce
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Area of study
Professor Camilleri is one of Australia's leading International Relations scholars. With over 30 years experience, Professor Camilleri has pursued a wide range of research interests covering almost the entire gamut of the International Relations discipline. These include regional and global governance, the political economy of Asia-Pacific, thee role of religion and culture in international affairs, the politics of oil and the Middle East, and security policy (including weapons non-proliferation). He has supervised more than 30 PhD and MA candidates; published over 15 books, several of which have been translated into Arabic, Japanese and Mandarin; has produced over 20 chapters in books since 1993; and has had 20 refereed articles published in academic journals.
Human Rights and Justice Issues
- Peace, security and strategic studies
- Asia-Pacific regionalism
- International relations
- Camilleri, JA and Falk, J 2009, Worlds in Transition: Evolving Governance Across a Stressed Planet, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, UK.
- Anceschi, L, Camilleri, JA and Tolosa Jr, BT (eds), 2009, Conflict, Religion, and Culture: Domestic and International Implications for Southeast Asia and Australia, Phippines-Australia Studies Network and Ateneo de Manila University.
- Camilleri, JA and Anceschi, L 2009, 'Introduction', in L Anceschi, Joseph A Camilleri, and BA Tolosa Jr (eds), Conflict, Religion and Culture: Domestic and International Implications for Southeast Asia and Australia, Ateneo de Manila University Press, Quezon City, pp 7-17.
- Anceschi, L, Camilleri, JA and Petito, F 2009, 'Europe, the United States and the Islamic World: Conceptualising a triangular relationship', International Politics, 46(5): 505-516.
- Camilleri, JA 2009, 'The Alliance of Civilisations: Possible pathways for Asia Pacific', Soka University Peace Research Institute, Tokyo, 23 March.
- Camilleri, JA 2008, 'The "War on Terror": Reassessing its Rationale and Efficacy', in Hans Kochler (ed.), The "Global War on Terror" and the Question of World Order, International Progress Organisation, Vienna, pp 57-83.
- Camilleri, JA 2008, 'The Competition for Power and Legitimacy in an Age of Transition', in Hussein Solomon (ed.), Challenges to Global Security, IB Tauris & Co Ltd, London, pp 27-52.
- Camilleri, JA 2008, 'Sovereignty Discourse and Practice - Past and Future', in Trudy Jacobsen, Charles Sampford and Ramesh Thakur (eds), Re-envisioning Sovereignty the End of Westphalia?, Hampshire, Ashgate, pp 33-49.
- Camilleri, JA 2008, 'Europe between Islam and the United States: interests, identity and geopolitics’, Global Change, Peace & Security, 20(1): 9-24.
- Michael, MS, Marshall, L, Seigel, M and Camilleri, JA (eds), 2007, Asia-Pacific Geopolitics: Hegemony versus Human Security, Edward Elgar, London.
- Central Asia between Islam and the Great Powers since September 11.
- Globalisation and Governance: A Study of Patterns and Thresholds.
- Australia’s handling of tensions between Islam and the West since September 11.