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Paul J. CARNEGIE

Associate Professor

LLB (Hons), DipLP, MPhil (Dundee), PhD (Queensland)

Room: FASS 2.37

Email: paul.carnegie@ubd.edu.bn

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About

Paul Carnegie is Associate Professor of Politics & International Relations at IAS and is the former Director of Postgraduate Governance Studies at the University of the South Pacific. His research specializes in comparative democratization, human security and localized responses to militant extremism with a specific focus on Indonesia and Southeast Asia alongside the Asia Pacific more generally. Paul has published widely in his fields including the monograph The Road from Authoritarianism to Democratization in Indonesia (Palgrave Macmillan), the edited volume Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia (Springer) and research output in leading international journals including Pacific Affairs, Australian Journal of Politics and History and Australian Journal of International Affairs. He has extensive applied research experience and networks having lived and worked previously in Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Egypt, Fiji and the United Arab Emirates.

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Research Interests

     • Comparative democratization
     • Human security
     • Militant extremism
     • Identity and power relations
     • Indonesia
     • Southeast Asia
     • Asia-Pacific

Select Publications

Monographs

Carnegie, P.J. (2010). The Road from Authoritarianism to Democratization in Indonesia. New York: Palgrave McMillan.

Edited Books

Ratuva, S. et al (eds.) (2019). Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity. New York: Palgrave McMillan, forthcoming.

Carnegie, P.J., V.T. King & Zawawi Ibrahim (eds.) (2016). Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia, Singapore: Springer.

Journal Articles

Carnegie, P.J. & S. Tarte (2018). The politics of transition in Fiji: Is it charting a democratic course? Australian Journal of Politics and History, 64:2, pp. 277-292.

Carnegie, P.J. & V.T. King (2018). Towards a social science understanding of human security. Journal of Human Security Studies, 7:1, pp. 1-17.

Carnegie, P. J. (2017). Of uprisings and regressions: The strange fruit of Egypt’s Arab Spring. Journal of Politics and Democratization, 2:1, pp.1-11.

Carnegie, P. J. (2015). Countering the (re-)production of militancy in Indonesia. Perspectives on Terrorism, 9:5, pp. 15-26.

Carnegie, P.J. et al (2015). The recovery of a non-violent identity for an Indonesian pesantren in an Age of Terror. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69:6 pp.1-19.

Carnegie, P.J. (2014). Is Indonesia’s democratisation a road map for the Arab Spring? Journal of Diplomacy, 15:1, pp. 95-105.

Carnegie, P.J. (2013). Is militant Islamism a busted flush in Indonesia? Journal of Terrorism Research, 4:2, pp. 14-25.

Carnegie, P.J. (2013). Can an Indonesian model work in the Middle East? Middle East Quarterly, 20:3, pp. 59-67.

Carnegie, P.J. (2012). Trouble ahead, trouble behind: Challenges of transition for the Arab Spring. Europolis, 6:1, pp. 3-21.

Book Chapters

Carnegie, P.J. and V.T King (2019). Mapping Circumstances: Reconsidering Human Security in an Age of Globalization. In S. Amin and D. Watson (eds.) Mapping Security in the Pacific. New York: Routledge, forthcoming.

Carnegie, P.J. (2019). Ethno-nationalism and Power: An Introduction. In S. Ratuva et al (eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity. New York: Palgrave McMillan, forthcoming.

Carnegie, P.J. (2019). National Imaginary, Ethnic Plurality and State Formation in Indonesia. In S. Ratuva et al (eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Ethnicity. New York: Palgrave McMillan, forthcoming.

Carnegie, P. J. (2019). Popular Revolt and Military Intransigence in Egypt. In Ratuva. S et al (eds.) Guns & Roses: Comparative Civil-Military Relations in the Changing Security Environment, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 39-53.

Carnegie, P.J. (2017). State, security and militancy in Indonesia. In Romaniuk, S.N., Grice, F., Irrera, D. and Webb, S.T. (eds.) Palgrave Handbook of Global Counterterrorism Policy. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 733-747.

Carnegie P.J. (2016). Imagined communities, militancy and insecurity in Indonesia. In Carnegie, P.J. et al (eds.) Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Springer, pp. 53-68.

Carnegie P.J. et al. (2016). Introduction. In Carnegie, P.J. et al (eds.) Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Springer, pp. 1-5.

Carnegie P.J. et al. (2016). Conclusion. In Carnegie, P.J. et al (eds.) Human Insecurities in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Springer, pp. 193-195.

Carnegie P.J. (2014). Latent Insurgency. In Romaniuk, S.N. and Webb, S.T. (eds.) Insurgency and Counterinsurgency in Modern War, New York: Routledge, pp. 127-134.

Carnegie P.J. (2013). Islam, democracy and party politics in Indonesia. In Romaniuk, S.N. and Marlin, M. (eds.) Beyond Borders: Democracy and Civil Society in a Global Era. Berkshire Academic Press. Chapter 5.

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