Publications

 

BOOKS

  1. Aning, K., Brown, A., Boege, V. and Hunt, C. T. eds. (2018) Exploring Peace Formation: Security and Justice in Post-Colonial States (Abingdon: Routledge)
  2. Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. eds. (Under contract, expected 2018) Regionalism and Human Protection:  Reflections from Southeast Asia and Africa (Leiden: Martinus Nijhof)
  3. Hunt, C. T. (2015) UN Peace Operations and International Policing: Navigating Complexity, Assessing Impact and Learning to Learn (Oxford: Routledge)
  4. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. and Curth-Bibb, J. (2013) Forging New Conventional Wisdom Beyond International Policing: Learning from Complex Political Realities (Boston: Brill)
  5. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. & Kondoch, B. eds. (2010) Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-building Operations: Rethinking Policing and Beyond (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff)

JOURNAL SPECIAL ISSUES

  1. Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. eds. (2016) Global Responsibility to Protect, 8(2-3), ‘Africa and Southeast Asia: Region-to-region dialogue on Human Protection Norms
  2. Hughes, B. and Hunt, C. T. eds. (2010) Journal of International Peacekeeping, 14(3-4) ‘International Peacekeeping, Policing and beyond

JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Hunt, C. T. (2017) “Beyond the binaries: towards a relational approach to peacebuilding“, Global Change, Peace & Security, 29(3): 209–227.
  2. Hunt, C. T. (2017) “All Necessary Means to what ends? The Unintended Consequences of the ‘Robust Turn’ in UN Peace Operations”, International Peacekeeping, 24(1): 108-131.
  3. Hunt, C. T. (2016) “Emerging Powers and the Responsibility to Protect: Non-linear Norm Dynamics in Complex International Society”, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 29(2): 761-781.
  4. Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. (2016) “Human Protection across Regions: Learning from Norm Promotion and Capacity Building in Southeast Asia and Africa”, Global Responsibility to Protect, 8(2-3): 105-110.
  5. Hunt, C. T. (2016) “Regionalism and Human Protection Norms: An Overview in Africa”, Global Responsibility to Protect, 8(2-3): 201-226.
  6. Hunt, C. T. with Bellamy, A. (2015) “Twenty-first Century UN peace operations: protection, force and the changing security environment”, International Affairs, 91(6): 1277–1298.
  7. Hunt, C. T. with Bellamy, A. (2011) “Mainstreaming the Responsibility to Protect in Peace Operations”, Civil Wars, 13(1): 1-20
  8. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. (2010) “Rethinking Policing and Beyond”, Journal of International Peacekeeping, 14(3-4): 217-22.
  9. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. (2010) “Assessing Police Peacekeeping: Systemisation not Serendipity”, Journal of International Peacekeeping, 14(4): 403-424.
  10. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. (2009) “The Rule of Law in Peace and Capacity Building Operations: Moving beyond a Conventional State-Centred Imagination”, Journal of International Peacekeeping, 13(3): 267-293
  11. Hunt, C. T. (2006) “Public Information as a Mission Critical Component of West African Peace Operations”, Conflict Trends, 2006(3): 32-38.

BOOK CHAPTERS

  1. Hunt, C. T. and Sharland, L. (Forthcoming) “Chapter 13. Implementing the Responsibility to Protect through United Nations Peacekeeping Operations: Opportunities and Challenges” in Cecilia Jacob, C. and Mennecke, M. eds. Implementing R2P: First Experiences and a Future Agenda
  2. Hunt, C. T. (Forthcoming, 2018) “Relational Perspectives on Peace Formation: Symbiosis and the Provision of Security and Justice” in Aning, K., Brown, A., Boege, V. and Hunt, C. T. eds. Exploring Peace Formation: Security and Justice in Post-Colonial States (Abingdon: Routledge): 78-99.
  3. Hunt, C. T. (Forthcoming, 2018) “Regionalism and Human Protection Norms: An Overview in Africa” in Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. eds. Regionalism and Human Protection: Reflections from Southeast Asia and Africa (Leiden: Martinus Nijhof)
  4. Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. (Forthcoming, 2018) “Introduction: Regionalism and Human Protection in Southeast Asia and Africa” in Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. eds. Regionalism and Human Protection: Reflections from Southeast Asia and Africa (Leiden: Martinus Nijhof)
  5. Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. (Forthcoming, 2018) “Conclusion” in Hunt, C. T. and Morada, N. eds. Regionalism and Human Protection: Reflections from Southeast Asia and Africa (Leiden: Martinus Nijhof)
  6. Hunt, C. T. (2018) “Hybridity Revisited: Relational Approaches to Peacebuilding in Complex Sociopolitical Orders”, in Wallis, J., Kent, L., Forsyth, M., Dinnen, S. and Bose, S. eds. Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development: Critical Conversations (Canberra: ANU Press): 51-65.
  7. Hunt, C. T. (2018) “The Unintended Consequences of the Use of Force by UN Peacekeepers” in Nadin, P. ed. The Use of Force in UN Peacekeeping, Global Institutions Series (Abingdon: Routledge): 145-168.
  8. Hunt, C. T. (2017) “Peacekeeping and Capacity-building” in Morley, S. Turner, J. Corteen, K. & Taylor, P. eds. A Companion to State Power, Liberties and Rights (Chicago: University of Chicago Press)
  9. Hunt, C. T. (2016) “Côte d’Ivoire” in Bellamy, A. and Dunne, T. eds. The Oxford Handbook of The Responsibility to Protect (Oxford: Oxford University Press): 693-716
  10. Hunt, C. T. (2016) “Avoiding Perplexity: Complexity-oriented Monitoring and Evaluation for Peace Operations” in Brusset, E., de Coning, C., Hughes, B. eds. Complexity Thinking for Peacebuilding Practice and Evaluation (London: Palgrave): 79-109.
  11. Hunt, C. T. (2014) “The Role of the African Standby Force in Implementing Article 4(h)” in Kuwali, D. and Viljoen, F. eds. Africa and the Responsibility to Protect: Article 4(h) of the African Union Constitutive Act (Oxford: Routledge): 173-194.
  12. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. (2010) “Introduction: Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-building Operations” in Hunt, C. with Hughes, B. & Kondoch, B. eds. Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-building Operations: Rethinking Policing and Beyond (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff): 1-7.
  13. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. (2010) “Assessing Police Peacekeeping” in Hunt, C. with Hughes, B. & Kondoch, B. eds. Making Sense of Peace and Capacity-building Operations: Rethinking Policing and Beyond (Leiden: Martinus Nijhoff): 191-212.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

  1. Hunt, C. with Sands, L. (2016) “Will the World Humanitarian Summit “Grand Bargain” deliver? Reflections on the Inaugural World Humanitarian Summit”, Spotlight on R2P, Issue 31, August 2016.
  2. Brown, A., Boege, V, & Hunt, C. T. (2015) “Understanding and Working with Local Sources of Peace, Security and Justice in West Africa – Ghana and Liberia“, ADRAS Policy Brief (Canberra: DFAT)
  3. Hunt, C. T. and Malan, M. (2014) “Between a Rock and a Hard Place: The UN and the protection of civilians in South Sudan”, ISS Paper 275 (Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies)
  4. Hunt, C. T. (2013) “UN Peace Operations and ‘All Necessary Means’”, R2P Ideas in Brief, Vol. 3, No. 3 (Brisbane: APR2P)
  5. Hunt, C. T. et al (2013) Design of an M&E Framework for the I4S in Eastern DRC (Channel Research on behalf of DfID and UN Department of Peacekeeping Operations)
  6. Weir, E. A. and Hunt, C. T. (2011) “DR Congo: Community-Based Tools for MONUSCO”, Field Report (Washington DC: Refugees International)
  7. Hunt, C. T. with Hughes, B. and Curth-Bibb, J. (2011) Collaborative Policing, Monitoring & Evaluation: Program Management Framework – Rethinking International Policing, Reorienting Monitoring and Evaluation, Comprehensive Report prepared for the International Deployment Group, Australian Federal Police (Institute for Social Science Research, University of Queensland)
  8. Hunt, C. T. (2009) “The Protection of Civilians and The Responsibility to Protect: Perspectives and Precedents in the Asia-Pacific”, Working Paper No. 2, Program on the Protection of Civilians (Brisbane: Asia-Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect)
  9. Malan, M. and Hunt, C. T.  (2007) African Union Peace Support Operations Preparations: Reflecting the Responsibility to Protect? (Ottawa: Department of Foreign Affairs & International Trade Canada, Human Security Section)
  10. Hunt, C. T. (2006) Public Information as a Mission Critical Component of West African Peace Operations, (New York: UN Peacekeeping Best Practices Section)

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS & PUBLIC LECTURES

  1. “Challenges of UN Peace Operations”, Australian Command & Staff College, Canberra, Australia, 24 November 2017
  2. “Social resilience in the face of political volatility and threat: Lessons from the Global South”, Global Frictions Seminar Series, Centre for Global Research, RMIT University, 16 November 2017
  3. (with Curran, D.) “Stabilising, resolving, or transforming? Stability in the UN peacekeeping context” British International Studies Association (BISA) Annual Conference, Brighton, UK, 14-16 June 2017
  4. (with Curran, D.) “Stabilisation and Peacebuilding in UN Peace Operations”, European Workshops in International Studies (EWIS), Cardiff, UK, 7-10 June 2017
  5. “Measuring the Impact of UN Peace Operations”, NUPI Seminar on Researching the Effectiveness of Peace Operations, Oslo, Norway, 31 May-1 June 2017
  6. UN Peacekeeping: At an Inflection Point“, Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA), Melbourne, 23 May 2017
  7. “Complexities of Peace and War: Assessing The ‘Complexity Turn’ in Global Security Governance”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, USA, 22-25 February 2017.
  8. “Unintended Consequences of the Use of Force by UN Peacekeepers”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Baltimore, USA, 22-25 February 2017.
  9. “Doing Statebuilding Better?”, Global Frictions Seminar Series, Centre for Global Research, RMIT University, 25 August 2016
  10. “Beyond the Binaries: Hybridity and Symbiotic Relationality”, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Brisbane, Australia, 4-6 July 2016
  11. “The Use of Force by Peacekeepers for Civilian Protection: Trends and Externalities”, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Brisbane, Australia, 4-6 July 2016
  12. “Unintended Consequences of the ‘Robust Turn’ in UN Peacekeeping”, School of Social Sciences, Monash University, Australia, 9 May 2016.
  13. “21st Century UN Peace Operations: civilian protection, use of force and stabilization”, Pan-European Conference in International Studies (EISA), Sicily, Italy, 22-26 September 2015.
  14. “Complex Social Systems and Peace Formation: Implications for peacebuilding policy and practice”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA, 17-21 February 2015.
  15. “Variables and Vectors of Normative Behaviour in Complex International Society: Rising Powers and the Responsibility to Protect”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA, 17-21 February 2015.
  16. “Multilayered governance in West Africa: Revealing the nature of state-nonstate relational and emergent social order”, Annual Conference of the International Association for Peace and Conflict, Humanitarian and Conflict Response Institute (HCRI), University of Manchester, 11-12 September 2014.
  17. “Symbiosis and relational governance in conflict-affected states”, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Melbourne, 9-11 July 2014.
  18. “‘All Necessary Means to Protect Civilians’: The Co-evolution of R2P and Civilian Protection in UN Peace Operations”, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Melbourne, 9-11 July 2014.
  19. “The Drivers and Direction of Change in Emerging Powers’ Normative Behaviour”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March 2014.
  20. “Predatory, Parasitic or Symbiotic Relations? Revealing Relationships Between State and Non-State Providers of Security and Justice in West Africa”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Toronto, Canada, 26-29 March 2014.
  21. “Contemporary Peace and Conflict in Africa”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, San Francisco, USA, 3-6 April 2013.
  22. “More Blue, Less Green: The Rise of Policing in UN Peace Operations”, Australian Institute for International Affairs (AIIA), Brisbane, 13 November 2012
  23. “Not Everything That Counts Can Be Counted: Monitoring and Evaluating The Impact of Police In Peace Operations”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal, Canada, 16-19 March 2011.
  24. “The Responsibility to Protect and Peace Operations: Mutually reinforcing or exclusive?” British International Studies Association Annual Conference, Leicester, UK, 14-16 December 2009.
  25. “Integrating the Responsibility to Protect in Strategic Thinking for Peacekeeping: Opportunities and Challenges for Japan”, Future of Peace Operations Conference, National Institute for Defense Studies, Government of Japan, Tokyo, 2 December 2009
  26. “Protection of Civilians and the Responsibility to Protect: Perspectives and Precedents in ASEAN”, International Studies Association Annual Convention, New York, USA, 15-18 February 2009.
  27. “Aggregating Performance Assessments for Peacekeeping”, Oceanic Conference on International Studies, Brisbane, 2-4 July 2008.

BLOGS

  1. (2018) “Protecting Peacekeepers Requires Better Politics, Not More Force”, IPI Global Observatory, 14 February.
  2. (2017) “Back to Basics or Adapt to Circumstance? The Options for UN Peace Operations”, IPI Global Observatory, 14 June.
  3. (2017) “The Last Station Before Hell: UN Peacekeeping at Inflection Point”, AIIA Outlook, 29 May.
  4. (2016) “UN Peacekeeping Defence Ministerial focuses on military planning and performance when strategic political guidance is still missing”, Protection Gateway, 27 September.
  5. (2016) “Peacekeeping Needs Reform, Not Just Reinforcement”, IPI Global Observatory, 14 September.
  6. (2016) “Learning from Norm Promotion and Capacity Building in Southeast Asia and Africa”, Protection Gateway, 20 July.
  7. (2014) “Credit to Australia as Security Council makes UN Policing a Priority”, The Conversation, 26 November
  8. (2014) “UN in South Sudan: The ghosts of Rwanda and Srebrenica”, The Interpreter, 22 July (Lowy Institute for International Policy)
  9. (2013) “Peacekeepers and the Protection of Civilians: Realities in the Eastern DRC”, Protection Gateway, 7 March.