International Studies
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Name Brendan M. Howe (Associate Dean Professor)
Alma Mater Ph.D. University of Dublin, Trinity College
Research International Relations, International Security, International Norms, Decision-Making, Governance, Human Security
Major Fields of Instructions International Relations, International Security, Conflict Analysis, Global Governance
Tel +82-2-3277-3348
Brendan Howe is an international theorist from the Southwest of England, trained at Oxford University (B.A./M.A. Modern History); the University of Kent at Canterbury (M.A. International Conflict Analysis); and the University of Dublin, Trinity College (Ph.D. Political Science).

He joined GSIS in 2001 and lectures primarily on international relations, international security, governance, and human security. Previous posts include Visiting Professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University, and lecturer at University Malaysia Sarawak. His research leave (2014-2015) took him to Freie Universität Berlin, and (2007-2008) Korea National Defense University and the University of Sydney. He has published extensively in the fields of governance, human security, Northeast Asian security, foreign policy decision-making, post-conflict development, and humanitarian intervention. Recent publications include, (2017) National Security, State-centricity, and Governance in East Asia (ed.) (London: Palgrave Macmillan); (2016) Peacekeeping and the Asia-Pacific (with Boris Kondoch eds.) (Leiden: Brill); (2015) Democratic Governance in Northeast Asia: A Human-Centred Approach to Evaluating Democracy (ed.) (London: Palgrave Macmillan); (2014) Post-Conflict Development in East Asia (ed.) (London: Ashgate); (2013) The Protection and Promotion of Human Security in East Asia (Basingstoke: Palgrave).

He is President of the Korean International Studies Association (KISA), and former President of the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA). He is an advisor to the South Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and to the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. He is the Chief Editor of the Asian International Studies Review, and a book series editor for Palgrave Macmillan.

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