James DeShaw Rae
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- PhD. Political Science. University of Hawai'i. 2005.
- MA. International Affairs. American University. 1998.
- BA. Political Science. University of Iowa. 1993.
- Government and Politics in Asia
- International Organization
- International Law
- World Politics
- Rae, James DeShaw. “Promoting Human Rights through Hybrid Courts: The Serious Crimes Process in East
Timor,” in Lilian A. Barria and Steven D. Roper, eds. Development of Institutions of Human Rights. London, U.K.:
Palgrave/Macmillan, 2010 [forthcoming].
- Rae, James DeShaw. Peacebuilding and Transitional Justice in East Timor. Boulder, CO: First Forum/Lynne Rienner Press, 2009.
- Rae, James. “War Crimes Accountability: Justice and Reconciliation in Cambodia and East Timor.” Global
Change, Peace, and Security 15, no. 2 (June 2003): 157-78.
- Irvin, Cynthia and James Rae. “Spain and the Basque Country.” In John Darby. The Effects of Violence on Peace
Processes. Washington, DC: U.S. Institute of Peace Press, 2001: 77-86.
- Rae, James, and John Darby, “Peace Processes from 1988-98: Changing Patterns,” Ethnic Studies Report 17, no.
1 (January 1999): 45-64.
- Serwer, Daniel, Lauren Van Metre, and James Rae, Montenegro-And More-At Risk, Special Report (Washington,
DC: United States Institute of Peace Press, 1999).
- Human Rights, War Crimes, and Transitional Justice
- UN Peacebuilding
- East and Southeast Asia (particularly Cambodia, China, and East Timor)
Last updated: 09/14/2009