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Dr Noele Crossley

Noele Crossley

Dr Noele Crossley

Teaching Fellow in in International Organisations and International Security

Introduction:

Noele Crossley is a Teaching Fellow in International Organisations and International Security. She holds an MSc and a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE). Before joining the Department of Political Science at UCL, she taught at LSE, and at Nazarbayev University in Astana, Kazakhstan, seconded from UCL as a Teaching Fellow in International Relations. Noele has previously worked in the private and public sectors, including at the Office of the Under-Secretary-General for Disarmament Affairs at the United Nations in New York. 

Noele is the author of ‘Evaluating the Responsibility to Protect: Mass Atrocity Prevention as a Consolidating Norm in International Society’ (Routledge 2016), which draws heavily on fieldwork conducted in Sudan and Kenya for in-depth case studies of the Darfur conflict and the Kenyan post-electoral violence of 2007, respectively.

Research interests:

Noele’s research interests are in the areas of security studies and peace and conflict studies, revolving, in particular, around constructivism, norms and international society, humanitarian intervention, and the responsibility to protect.

Modules taught:

· Terrorism PUBLG009

· Foreign Policy Analysis PUBLG066

· International Organisations PUBLG078

· Rebellion PUBLG080

· International Security POLS7005

· International Organization POLS7014

Publications:

Peer-reviewed articles, monographs, book chapters

  • Crossley, Noele (forthcoming). ‘Is R2P Still Controversial? Continuity and Change in the Debate on "Humanitarian Intervention"’. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 31(5).
  • Crossley, Noele (2017). ‘The Responsibility to Protect and the Use of Force: An Uneasy Relationship’. Fenkart, Stephanie et al. (eds.), Gerechte Intervention? Zwischen Gewaltverbot und Schutzverantwortung. LIT.
  • Crossley, Noele (2016). Evaluating the Responsibility to Protect: Mass Atrocity Prevention as a Consolidating Norm in International Society. Routledge.
  • Crossley, Noele (2013). ‘A Model Case of R2P Prevention? Mediation in the Aftermath of Kenya's 2007 Presidential Elections’. Global Responsibility to Protect 5(2), 192-214.
  • Crossley, Noele (2008). Multilateralism Versus Unilateralism: The Relevance of the United Nations in a Unipolar World. Peter Lang

Online articles and book reviews

  • Crossley, Noele (2018). ‘The Responsibility to Protect: Time to Move On?’ CRIA Views, 5 December. http://www.inthelongrun.org/criaviews/
  • Crossley, Noele (2016). ‘Misguided Policies: Syria in Retrospect’. Global Policy, 4 April. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2012). ‘The Responsibility to Protect in 2012: R2P Fails in Syria, Brazil’s “RWP” Emerges’. Global Policy, 28 December. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2012). ‘The Responsibility to Protect in 2012: R2P Fails in Syria, Brazil’s “RWP” Emerges’. Global Policy, 28 December. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2012). ‘Has the Responsibility to Protect Failed in Syria?’ Global Policy, 21 July. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2012). ‘How the Arab League Tried, and Failed, to Protect in Syria’. Global Policy, 25 February. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). Book Review: Gareth Evans, ‘The Responsibility to Protect’ (Brookings Institution Press), and Alex J Bellamy, ‘Responsibility to Protect’ (Polity Press).
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). ‘The Responsibility to Protect in Libya: An Assessment’. Global Policy, 28 September. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). ‘A New State Comes into Being, a Troubled History Continues: Sudan’s Prospects after the Secession of the South’. Global Policy, 5 July. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). ‘Legitimacy through Regional Governance: The African Union’. Global Policy, 3 April. www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). ‘A Responsibility to Protect in Libya?’ Global Policy, 24 February.  www.globalpolicyjournal.com
  • Crossley, Noele (2011). ‘Côte D’Ivoire: Global and Regional Responses to the Post-Election Violence’. Global Policy, 14 February. www.globalpolicyjournal.com