HBA, MPhil, DPhil
My research interests include theories of global order and governance; international institutions and organisations; interpretive and postcolonial approaches; and the Global South in historical international society, especially with reference to the Non-Aligned Movement and the G77 plus China. I am also completing a book, Intervention before Interventionism: Contestation and Decolonization in Global Order, currently under contract with Oxford University Press.
I teach the IR undergraduate core course as well as each of the IR specialist courses (International Relations in the Era of Two World Wars; International Relations in the Cold War). I am also co-teaching the core MPhil course (The Development of the International System and Contemporary Debates in International Relations Theory) and convening the MPhil/DPhil option Historical and Interpretive Methods.
I supervise graduate students in the MPhil in International Relations programme.
Interventionist or internationalist? Coercion, self-determination, and humanitarianism in Third World practice. International Relations, first view.
The South, the West, and the meanings of humanitarian intervention in history. Review of International Studies, 46(4), 514-533.
The uses of history in international society: From the Paris Peace Conference to the present. International Affairs, 95(1), 181-200. (co-authored with Margaret MacMillan)
Introduction: World politics 100 years after the Paris Peace Conference. International Affairs, 95 (1). (co-authored with Margaret MacMillan and Anand Menon)
Discussion of co-edited special issue (International Affairs, Volume 95, Issue 1) for OUP Blog (co-authored with Margaret MacMillan and Anand Menon)
Bandung, 1955: Asian-African Conference and Human Rights. Online Atlas on the History of Humanitarianism and Human Rights, edited by Fabian Klose, Marc Palen, Johannes Paulmann, and Andrew Thompson, Andrew Thompson, Leibniz Institute of European History and the Centre for Imperial and Global History at the University of Exeter.