Dr Eglantine Staunton is an Honorary Research Fellow of the Centre. Her research interests lie in human protection, R2P, France’s foreign policy, the United Nations, and the study of the interplay between domestic and international norms.
Eglantine recently completed her PhD (her thesis was entitled: ‘France and human protection: A tale of two norms’) and MA Degree in International Studies (Peace and Conflict Resolution) at the University of Queensland, after graduating from Sciences Po in France.
Book (in French):
Raux (maiden name), Eglantine. 2012. Les ressources environnementales et les conflits armés. Sarrebruck: Editions Universitaires Européennes.
This book investigates the role played by renewable natural resources in conflicts from their prevention to their resolution.
Staunton, Eglantine. 2016. “Two decades later: Understanding the French response to the Rwandan genocide” Modern & Contemporary France 24(3).
Dunne, Tim and Eglantine Staunton. 2016. “The Genocide Convention & Cold War Humanitarian Intervention.” In The Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect, edited by A. Bellamy and T. Dunne. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Staunton, Eglantine. 2015. “France and the Responsibility to Protect.” Asia Pacific Centre for the Responsibility to Protect Brief 5(4). Available from http://www.r2pasiapacific.org/docs/R2P%20Ideas%20in%20Brief/AP%20R2P%20Policy%20Brief%205.4%20France%20and%20the%20Responsibility%20to%20Protect.pdf.
Staunton, Eglantine. 2015. France, ‘cradle of liberty’, struggles to balance anti-terrorism law and rights. The Conversation. Available from https://theconversation.com/france-cradle-of-liberty-struggles-to-balance-anti-terrorism-law-and-rights-41412.
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Dunne, Tim and Eglantine Staunton (formerly Raux). 2013. The Hollande doctrine: Plus ça change. The Interpreter. Available from http://www.lowyinterpreter.org/post/2013/12/17/The-Hollande-Doctrine-Plus-ca-Change.aspx.
United Nations Association of Australia Emerging Scholar Seminar (2014): France and Humanitarian Intervention during the 1990
Oceanic Conference on International Studies (2014): France and Human Protection
Australian Political Sciences Association (2014): France and the Rwandan genocide
Oceanic Conference on International Studies (2016): France and the Responsibility to Protect
Research in Profile: Dr Seb Kaempf interviews Prof Alex Bellamy, Dr Eglantine Staunton, and Dr Sarah Teitt about 'The Oxford Handbook of the Responsibility to Protect' (edited by Tim Dunne and Alex Bellamy) and published by Oxford University Press in 2016. Available at https://vimeo.com/161857250.