Publications: Hameiri, Shahar
Hameiri, S. (2015) China's ‘charm offensive’ in the Pacific and Australia's regional order. The Pacific Review, In Press .
Hameiri, S. and Jones, L. (2015) Regulatory regionalism and anti-money-laundering governance in Asia. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69 (2). pp. 144-163.
Hameiri, S. and Wilson, J.D. (2015) The contested rescaling of economic governance in East Asia: a special issue. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 69 (2). pp. 115-125.
Hameiri, S. (2014) Avian influenza, ‘viral sovereignty’, and the politics of health security in Indonesia. The Pacific Review, 27 (3). pp. 333-356.
Hameiri, S. (2014) The crisis of liberal peacebuilding and the future of statebuilding. International Politics, 51 (3). pp. 316-333.
Hameiri, S. (2013) Theorising regions through changes in statehood: Rethinking the theory and method of comparative regionalism. Review of International Studies, 39 (2). pp. 313-335.
Hameiri, S. and Jones, L. (2013) The politics and governance of non-traditional security. International Studies Quarterly, 57 (3). pp. 462-473.
Hameiri, S. (2012) Mitigating the risk to primitive accumulation: State-building and the logging boom in Solomon Islands. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 42 (3). pp. 405-426.
Clapton, W. and Hameiri, S. (2012) The domestic politics of international hierarchy: Risk management and the reconstitution of international society. International Politics, 49 (1). pp. 59-77.
Hameiri, S. (2011) Bringing State Theory Back In: Why We Should Let Go of ‘Failed States’. Global Dialogue, 13 (1).
Hameiri, S. and Kuhn, F.P. (2011) Introduction: Risk, risk management and international relations. International Relations, 25 (3). pp. 275-279.
Hameiri, S. and Jayasuriya, K. (2011) Regulatory regionalism and the dynamics of territorial politics: the case of the Asia-Pacific Region. Political Studies, 59 (1). pp. 20-37.
Hameiri, S. (2011) State transformation, territorial politics and the management of transnational risk. International Relations, 25 (3). pp. 381-397.
Hameiri, S. (2011) A reality check for the critique of the liberal peace. In: Campbell, S., Chandler, D. and Sabaratnam, M., (eds.) A Liberal Peace? The Problems and Practices of Peacebuilding. Zed Books, London, UK, pp. 191-208.
Hameiri, S. (2010) Regulating Statehood: State Building and the Transformation of the Global Order. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, NY.
Hameiri, S. (2009) Beyond methodological nationalism, but where to for the study of regional governance? Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 430-441.
Hameiri, S. (2009) Capacity and its fallacies: International state building as state transformation. Millennium - Journal of International Studies, 38 (1). pp. 55-81.
Hameiri, S. (2009) Governing disorder: the Australian Federal Police and Australia's new regional frontier. The Pacific Review, 22 (5). pp. 549-574.
Hameiri, S. (2009) State Building or Crisis Management? A critical analysis of the social and political implications of the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands. Third World Quarterly, 30 (1). pp. 35-52.
Hameiri, Shahar (2009) State building or state transformation? Risk management at the fringes of the global order. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Hameiri, S. (2009) The region within: RAMSI, the Pacific Plan and new modes of governance in the Southwest Pacific. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 63 (3). pp. 348-360.
Hameiri, S. (2008) Risk management, neo-liberalism and the securitisation of the Australian aid program. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 62 (3). pp. 357-371.
Carroll, T.J. and Hameiri, S. (2007) Good governance and security: The limits of Australia's new aid programme. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37 (4). pp. 410-430.
Hameiri, S. (2007) Failed states or a failed paradigm? State capacity and the limits of institutionalism. Journal of International Relations and Development, 10 (2). pp. 122-149.
Hameiri, S. (2007) The Trouble with RAMSI: Reexamining the Roots of Conflict in Solomon Islands. The Contemporary Pacific, 19 (2). pp. 409-441.
Carroll, T. and Hameiri, S. (2007) Why development requires less nuance and more class: a response to Patrick Kilby. Australian Journal of International Affairs, 61 (3). pp. 306-311.