Robert C. Johansen
Professor Emeritus of Political Science
(PhD, Columbia University, 1968)
114 Hesburgh Center
Geographic focus: International
Thematic interests: Ethics and international relations; United Nations peacekeeping; peace and world order studies; multilateral efforts to increase compliance with international laws prohibiting genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes.
“Measuring Acceptance of International Enforcement of Human Rights: The United States, Asia, and the International Criminal Court” (with Alex Dukalskis), Human Rights Quarterly 35, 3 (2013).
A United Nations Emergency Peace Service (2006)
The Constitutional Foundations of World Peace (1993)
Toward an Alternative Security System: Moving Beyond the Balance of Power in the Search for World Security (1983)
The National Interest and the Human Interest: An Analysis of US Foreign Policy (1980)
Articles have appeared in World Politics, the Journal of Peace Research, Global Governance, Third World Quarterly, Human Rights Quarterly, World Policy Journal and Mershon International Studies Review
More popular articles on public policy have appeared in the Atlantic, Harper’s, the New York Times, Christian Century, and other periodicals. He is the founding editor-in-chief of World Policy Journal