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Emeritus Professor Joseph Camilleri OAM

BA (Melbourne), MA (Mon), PhD (London)

Elected: 2002

Discipline: Political Science

Specialisation: International relations, political economy, security studies, conflict analysis, Asia-Pacific, global governance.

Profile

Professor J A. Camilleri is Emeritus Professor at Latrobe University. Professor Camilleri specialises in international relations theory, security studies, the political economy of Asia Pacific, the foreign policies of the great powers, and the relationship between globalisation and governance. His major publications include 'Civilization in Crisis: Human Prospects in a Changing World' (Cambridge University Press), 'Chinese Foreign Policy: The Maoist Era and its Aftermath' (Martin Robertson), 'The End of Sovereignty: Politics in a Shrinking and Fragmenting World' (Edward Elgar), 'States, Markets and Civil Society in Asia Pacific' (Edward Elgar), 'Regionalism in the New Asia Pacific Order' (Edward Elgar), 'Worlds in Transition: Global Goverance across a Stressed Planet' (Edward Elgar), 'Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue and Transformation (MacMillan)

Professor Camilleri is the recepient of St Michael's Award for distinguished service to the community,  member of the International Advisory Panel, International Movement for a Just World (JUST)

Appointments

Managing Director, Alexandria Agenda

Awards

  • Order of Australia Medal 2010
  • Soka University Award of Honor 2009
  • Premier’s Award for Community Harmony, ictoria’s Multicultural Awards for Excellence 2006
  • Bringing Australia Together Award 2003
  • Golden Wattle Peace Award 2002
  • St Michael’s Award for Distinguished Service to the Community 1996
  • Grawemeyer-Evans Award, 1989.

Publications

  • Joseph Camilleri and Aran Martin (2014), The UN Alliance of Civilizations in Asia - South Pacific: Current Context and Future Pathways. A Review and Analysis, Melbourne: Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University.

  • N. A. J. Taylor, Joseph A. Camilleri, and Michael Hamel-Green (2013), 'Dialogue on Middle East Biological, Nuclear, and Chemical Weapons Disarmament: Constraints and Opportunities’, Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 38(1), February 2013,  78-98.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2013), 'The Ethics and Politics of Drone Warfare', The Journal of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, 13(2), November, 5-17.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri et al. (2013), Athens Dialogue on A Middle East zone free of nuclear and other weapons of mass destruction as well as their means of delivery (WMDFZ), published by the European Public Law Organization, Athens and the Centre for Dialogue, La Trobe University, Melbourne.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2013), ‘Drone Warfare: Defending the Indefensible’, E-International Relations, 20 July 2013.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri and Sven Schottmann, eds (2013), Culture, Religion and Conflict in Muslim Southeast Asia: Negotiating Tense Pluralisms, London: Routledge.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2012), ‘Postsecularist Discourse in an “Age of Transition”’, Review of International Studies, 38(5), December 2012, 1019-1039   

  • Dennis Altman, Joseph A. Camilleri, Robyn Eckersley and Gerhard Hoffstaedter, eds (2012), Why Human Security Matters: Rethinking Australian foreign policy, Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri, 'Protection of the Sacred: contrasting perspectives from Australia', Peace & Policy, Vol 17, 2012, pp. 95-102.

  • Luca  Anceschi, J. Camilleri, R. Palapathwala and A. Wicking, eds (2011), Religion and Ethics in a Globalizing World: Conflict, Dialogue and Transformation, New York: Palgrave MacMillan.

  • Luca Anceschi, Joseph Camilleri and Fabio Petito (2009), ‘Europe, the United States and the Islamic World: Conceptualising a Triangular Relationship’, International Politics, 46(5), September 2009, 505-516.

  • Joseph Camilleri, Larry Marshall, M. S. Michael and M. T. Seigel, eds (2007), Asia-Pacific Geopolitics: Hegemony vs Human Security, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri and George Myconos (2004) WTO: the Competitive Dynamic of Globalisation at Work, Law in Context, Vol. 21.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2003) Regionalism in the New Asia Pacific Order: the Political Economy of Asia Pacific, Vol. II. Cheltenham, UK : Edward Elgar Publsihing.

  • Aksu and Joseph A. Camilleri (eds) (2002) Democratising Global Governance. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (ed) (2001) Religion and Culture in Asia Pacific: Violence or Healing?. Melbourne: Vista Publications .

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2001) Globalization of Insecurity: The Democratic Imperative, International Journal on World Peace, Vol. XVIII, No. 4, December 2001, pp. 3-36.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri and Jim Falk (2001) The End of Sovereignty? Politics in a Shrinking and Fragmenting World. : Zhejiang People's Publishing House.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2000) , In Asia's Emerging Regional Order: Reconciling Traditional and Human Security. W. Tow, R.Thakur and In-Taek Hyan (eds.). Tokyo: United Nations University Press.

  • Joseph A. Camilleri (2000) States, Markets and Civil Society in Asia Pacific: The Political Economy of Asia Pacific, Vol 1. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Contact

Website: www.josephcamilleri.org
Email: j.camilleri [at] latrobe.edu.au

Contact Information

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