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Ewha University

The Graduate School of International Studies

Brendan M. Howe Professor

Department of International Studies/International Studies

Brendan M. Howe 프로필 사진
Brendan Howe is an international theorist from England, trained at Oxford University (B.A./M.A. Modern History); the University of Kent at Canterbury (M.A. International Conflict Analysis); and the University of Dublin, Trinity College (Ph.D. Political Science). He joined GSIS in 2001 and lectures on international security, organizations and politics. Previous posts include Visiting Professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University, and lecturer at University Malaysia Sarawak. His research leave has taken him to University of Sydney (2007-2008) and to Freie Universit t Berlin (2014-2015). He has published extensively on human security, post-conflict development, and humanitarian intervention. He is Editor of the International Studies Review (ISR), President of the Korea International Studies Association (KISA), Director of the Asian Political and International Studies Association (APISA), Honorary Envoy for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), and Member of the International Institute for Security Studies (IISS). He previously served as Department Chair and Associate Director of the Institute for Development and Human Security (IDHS). 
  • Dean, The Graduate School of International Studies/Director, Institute for International and Area Studies
  • International Education Building #908
  • 02-3277-3348
Research Record
  • Geopolynomics and Japan: Asia-Pacific Policy Prescriptions Asia-Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, 2024, v.22 no.1, 5822
    Scopus dColl.
  • Non-traditional Security Leadership and Cooperation in the Face of Great Power Conflict: The Rise of New Actors Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 2022, v.10 no.1, 243-270
    Scopus KCI dColl.
  • Challenges to and Opportunities for International Organisation in East Asia Global Society, 2021, v.35 no.4, 501-521
    Scopus dColl.
  • Comprehensive Security and Sustainable Peacebuilding in East Asia: Reflections on a Post-COVID-19 Operating Environment The Korean Journal of Security Affairs, 2020, v.25 no.1, 1-29
    KCI dColl.
  • Introduction: Democratic Hopes and Challenges Asian Affairs(UK), 2020, v.47 no.1, 1-15
    Scopus dColl.
  • South Korea: Transformative Challenges to the Economic and Political “Miracle on the Han River” Asian Affairs(UK), 2020, v.47 no.1, 16-40
    Scopus dColl.
  • Human security, peacebuilding, and the responsibility to protect in east asia Asian Journal of Peacebuilding, 2019, v.7 no.2 Special Issue, 183-218
    Scopus KCI dColl.
  • South Korea's (incomplete) middle-power diplomacy toward asean International Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies, 2019, v.15 no.2, 117-142
    Scopus dColl.
  • Civil society and domestic politics in international relations: Lessons from global climate governance Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 2018, v.18 no.1, 127-140
    Scopus dColl.
  • Divergent Interpretations of the R2P and Human Security: implications for engagement with governance challenges in Myanmar The Korean Journal of Security Affairs, 2018, v.23 no.1, 80~101
    KCI dColl.
  • United Nations Contributions to Promoting Human Rights in the DPRK: Impetus for Change Asian International Studies Review, 2018, v.19 no.2, 115~137
    KCI dColl.
  • CIVIC VIRTUE: THE RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF CITIZENSHIP PHILOSOPHIA-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PHILOSOPHY, 2017, v.18 no.1, 102-117
    AHCI Scopus dColl.
  • Challenges and Opportunities for South Korean Diplomacy in an Era of New Varieties of Power and Influence THE KOREAN JOURNAL OF SECURITY AFFAIRS, 2017, v.22 no.1, 4~22
    KCI dColl.
  • Nargis and Haiyan: The Politics of Natural Disaster Management in Myanmar and the Philippines Asian Studies Review, 2017, v.41 no.1, 58-78
    SSCI AHCI Scopus dColl.
  • The evolution of the “ASEAN Way”: Embracing human security perspectives Asia-Pacific Social Science Review, 2017, v.16 no.3, 1-15
    Scopus dColl.
  • East Asian ‘Econophoria’ in Theory and Practice Asian International Studies Review, 2016, v.17 no.1, 101~120
    KCI dColl.
  • Good governance and human security in Malaysia: Sarawak’s hydroelectric conundrum Contemporary Southeast Asia, 2016, v.38 no.1, 81-105
    SSCI Scopus dColl.
  • Japanese 'War Legislation': International and Domestic Threat Assessment JOURNAL OF EAST ASIA AND INTERNATIONAL LAW, 2016, v.9 no.1, 253-261
    SSCI Scopus KCI dColl.
  • Socratic War Ethics in Ancient Greece 윤리연구, 2016, v.1 no.107, 119~133
    KCI dColl.
  • Trustpolitik: The Failure to Build Trust in Inter-Korean Relations Journal of Peace and Unification, 2016, v.6 no.2, 95
    KCI후보 dColl.
  • Normative and Legal Challenges to un Peacekeeping Operations Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2015, v.19 no.1-2, 1-31
    Scopus dColl.
  • Addressing North Korean security challenges through non-state-centric international economic engagement North Korean Review, 2014, v.10 no.1, 39-54
    Scopus dColl.
  • Introduction Post-Conflict Development in East Asia, 2014 , 3-14
    Scopus dColl.
  • Laos in 2013 Macroeconomic Ambitions, Human-centered Shortcomings ASIAN SURVEY, 2014, v.54 no.1, 78-82
    SSCI Scopus dColl.
  • Northeast Asian Perspectives on UN Peacekeeping Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2014, v.18 no.3-4, 133-153
    Scopus dColl.
  • Post-conflict development in East Asia Post-Conflict Development in East Asia, 2014 , 1-253
    Scopus dColl.
  • Security, post-conflict development, and good governance in East Asia Post-Conflict Development in East Asia, 2014 , 15-31
    Scopus dColl.
  • Thailand's Participation in UN Peacekeeping Missions Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2014, v.18 no.3-4, 236-255
    Scopus dColl.
  • The Politics, Challenges, and Future of UN Peacekeeping Contributions from the Asia-Pacific Journal of International Peacekeeping, 2014, v.18 no.3-4, 123-131
    Scopus dColl.
  • [학술발표] Middle Power “Do-Gooding": Asian versus Western Humanitarian Diplomacy International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, 캐나다, Toronto, 2019-03-29 International Studies Association , 2019
Courses
  • 2024-1st

    • Global Governance and Human Security

      • Subject No IS636Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • International Human Rights

      • Subject No IS647Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
  • 2023-2nd

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Comprehensive Peacebuilding

      • Subject No IS629Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-1001)
      • Classroom Changed
  • 2023-1st

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Global Governance and Human Security

      • Subject No IS536Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
  • 2022-2nd

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Comprehensive Peacebuilding

      • Subject No IS629Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
  • 2022-1st

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Global Governance and Human Security

      • Subject No IS536Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
  • 2021-2nd

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Mon 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Comprehensive Peacebuilding

      • Subject No IS629Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-1001)
      • Classroom Changed
  • 2021-1st

    • International Relations: Theory and Practice

      • Subject No IS408Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Tue 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
    • Global Governance and Human Security

      • Subject No IS536Class No 01
      • Year ( 3Credit , 3Hour) Wed 4~5 (I-EDU-902)
Academic Background

Trinity College Dublin Ph.D.(정치학)

University of Kent 석사(국제관계)

University of Oxford 학사(역사)

Work Experience

Director, Institute for International and Area Studies 2021-08-01 ~ 2025-07-31

Dean, The Graduate School of International Studies 2021-08-01 ~ 2025-07-31

Associate Dean, The Graduate School of International Studies 2016-02-01 ~ 2020-01-31

Department Chair, Department of International Studies 2011-08-01 ~ 2014-07-31