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Ramesh Thakur

Emeritus Professor

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PhD

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  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘The Responsibility to Protect: A Forward-looking Agenda’, in Ramesh Thakur, Walter Kemp and Vesselin Popovski (ed.), Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin-State, United Nations University Press, Tokyo Japan, pp. 10-27.
  • Thakur, R, Kemp, W & Popovski, V, eds, 2011, Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin-State, United Nations University Press, Tokyo Japan.
  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘Libya and the Responsibility to Protect: Between Opportunistic Humanitarianism and Value-Free Pragmatism’, Security Challenges, vol. 7, no. 4, pp. 13-25.
  • Thakur, R 2011, The People vs. the State: Reflections on UN Authority, US Power and the Responsibility to Protect, United Nations University Press, Tokyo Japan.
  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘Delinking Destiny from Geography: The Changing Balance of India-Pakistan Relations’, India Quarterly, vol. 67, no. 3, pp. 197-212.
  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘India and the United Nations’, Strategic Analysis: Institute for Defence Studies and Analysis, vol. 35, no. 6, pp. 898-905.
  • Thakur, R 2011, The Responsibility to Protect: Norms, Laws and the Use of Force in International Politics, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, London.
  • Thakur, R & Heine, J 2011, ‘Conclusions: A Bumpy Ride to Globalisation, Google and Jihad’, in Jorge Heine and Ramesh Thakur (ed.), The Dark Side of Globalisation, United Nations University Press, Japan, pp. 266-281.
  • Thakur, R & Heine, J 2011, ‘Introduction: Globalisation and Transnational Uncivil Society’, in Jorge Heine and Ramesh Thakur (ed.), The Dark Side of Globalisation, United Nations University Press, Japan, pp. 1-16.
  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘The United Nations and the United States: Rebalancing Power and Authority for International Security’, Russia in Global Affairs, no. 4.
  • Thakur, R 2011, ‘Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations: Global Governance Venue or Actor?’, in James P Muldoon, JaAnn Fagot Aviel, Richard Reitano and Earl Sullivan (ed.), The New Dynamics of Multilateralism: Diplomacy, International Organisations, and Global Governance, Westview Press, Boulder, Colorado, pp. 249-65.
  • Thakur, R., 2012c. ‘To Stop Iran Getting the Bomb, Must We Learn to Live with Its Nuclear Capability?’ Strategic Analysis, vol. 36, no. 2 (March ), pp. 326-32
  • Thakur, R., 2012b. ‘International Authority and the Responsibility to Protect’ (Review Essay). European Journal of International Law„ vol. 23, no. 1 (March )
  • Thakur, R., 2012a. Libya and the Responsibility to Protect. Pretoria: Institute for Security Studies, Situation Report (March).
  • Thakur, R., 2011j. ‘If You Want the Peace of the Dead, Prepare for Nuclear War’, UN Chronicle, vol. 48, no. 4 (October-December ), pp. 26-29
  • Thakur, R. 2011i. ‘The United Nations and the United States: Rebalancing Power and Authority for International Security’, Russia in Global Affairs (December)
  • Thakur, R. 2011h. ‘Libya and the Responsibility to Protect: Between Opportunistic Humanitarianism and Value-Free Pragmatism’, Security Challenges, vol. 7, no. 4 (Summer ), pp. 13-25
  • Thakur, R., 2011g. ‘India and the United Nations’, Strategic Analysis, vol. 35, no. 6 (November ), pp. 898-905
  • Heine„ J. and Thakur, R., 2011b. ‘Globalisation and Uncivil Society’, Jindal Journal of International Affairs, vol. 1, no. 1 (October ), pp. 164-81
  • Kemp, W., Popovski, V., and Thakur, R., eds., 2011. Blood and Borders: The Responsibility to Protect and the Problem of the Kin-State. Tokyo: United Nations University Press
  • Thakur, R., 2011f. The People vs. the State: Reflections on UN Authority, US Power and the Responsibility to Protect. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  • Thakur, R. 2011e, The Responsibility to Protect and the North-South Divide. In International Law: Contemporary Issues and Future Developments, edited by S.R. Silverburg. Boulder: Westview: 32-47.
  • Thakur, R. 2011d, Multilateral Diplomacy and the United Nations: Global Governance Venue or Actor? In The New Dynamics of Multilateralism: Diplomacy, International Organizations, and Global Governance, edited by J.P. Muldoon, J.F. Aviel, R. Reitano, and E. Sulivan. Boulder: Westview: 249-265.
  • Thakur, R 2011c. The Responsibility to Protect: Norms, Laws and the Use of Force in International Politics. London: Routledge.
  • Thakur, R 2011b, ‘Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament: Can the Power of Ideas Tame the Power of the State?’, International Studies Review, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 34-45.
  • Thakur, R. 2011a. ‘Delinking Destiny from Geography: The Changing Balance of India-Pakistan Relations’, India Quarterly, vol. 67, no. 3 (September), pp. 197-212.
  • Heine, J. and Thakur, R, eds., 2011a, The Dark Side of Globalization. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  • Chin, G. and R. Thakur, 2010, Will China Change the Rules of Global Order? The Washington Quarterly 33:4 (October): 119-138.
  • Thakur, R. 2010, Law, Legitimacy and United Nations. Melbourne Journal of International Law 11:1 (May): 1-26.
  • Weiss, T.G. and R. Thakur, 2010. Global Governance and the UN: An Unfinished Journey. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
  • Boulden, J., R. Thakur and T.G. Weiss, eds., 2009. The United Nations and Nuclear Orders. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  • Thakur, R. and T.G. Weiss, 2009a, R2P: From Idea to Norm - and Action? Global Responsibility to Protect 1:1 (January-March): 22-53.
  • Thakur, R. and T.G. Weiss, 2009b, United Nations “Policy”: An Argument with Three Illustrations. International Studies Perspectives 10:1 (January-April ): 18-35.
  • Jacobsen, T., C. Sampford and R. Thakur, eds., 2008. Re-envisioning Sovereignty: The End of Westphalia? London: Ashgate.
  • Hughes, E., W.A. Schabas and R. Thakur, eds., 2007. Atrocities and International Accountability: Beyond Transitional Justice. Tokyo: United Nations University Press.
  • Thakur, R. 2006. The United Nations, Peace and Security: From Collective Security to the Responsibility to Protect. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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