Renee Jeffery is a Professor of International Relations at Griffith University. She works on conflict, justice and human rights in the Asia-Pacific.
Can states have strategic personalities?
Understanding Australian traits and behaviours could explain how the country works with others – and how it’s perceived.
Who was Hugo Grotius and what is a “Grotian world”?
The PM extols a philosopher who put moral conduct at the centre of international relations.
Domestic politics drive Malaysia’s abrupt global court U-turn
Politicking to protect rights of Malaysia’s hereditary rulers has dashed plans to join the International Criminal Court.
Taking transitional justice to Cambodia’s youth
Decades after Khmer Rouge, reparations could not be afforded to its victims. So justice is looking at Cambodia’s youth.
Malaysia joins the International Criminal Court
Why now, after resisting membership for more than 20 years, has Malaysia decided to ratify the Rome Statute?
Nepal’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission limps on
A culture of impunity has proved stubborn and entrenched.