Human rights

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.

States of Compliance? Global Human Rights Treaties and ASEAN Member States

Mathew Davies, ‘States of Compliance? Global Human Rights Treaties and ASEAN Member States’, Journal of Human Rights, 13(4) 2014: 414-33.

An Agreement to Disagree: The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration and the Absence of Regional Identity in Southeast Asia

Mathew Davies, ‘An Agreement to Disagree: The ASEAN Human Rights Declaration and the Absence of Regional Identity in Southeast Asia’, Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 33(3) 2014

Women and Development, Not Gender and Politics: Explaining ASEAN's Failure to Engage with the Women, Peace and Security Agenda

Mathew Davies, ‘Women and Development, Not Gender and Politics: Explaining ASEAN’s Failure to Engage with the Women, Peace and Security Agenda’, Contemporary Southeast Asia, 38(1) 20

Towards an accounting of late cold war human rights violations in Thailand

The 6 October 1976 massacre and coup not only ended the nearly three years of prior open politics, but was also the beginning of an extended period of arbitr

Understanding the Myanmar National Human Rights Commission (MNHRC) in the Context of Transition

During the 28th Session of the Human Rights Council in March 2015, Myanmar’s Deputy Foreign Minister U Thyant Kyaw declared “In order to be more compliant wi

The Challenge of United Nations Reform

'The Challenge of United Nations Reform', Keynotes 05, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National University, Nove

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