Salvador Santino F. Regilme, Jr.


Dr. Regilme is affiliated with the University of Leiden, the Center for Global Cooperation Research at the University of Duisburg-Essen and MacMillan Center for Area and International Studies at Yale University. 

Areas of Specialization:

Asia-Pacific Region, Global Politics, Human Rights, International Relations, United States Foreign Policy 

Recent Publications:

Salvador Regilme Jr. (2018), ‘Does US Foreign Aid Undermine Human Rights? The ‘Thaksinification’ of the War on Terror Discourses and the Human Rights Crisis in Thailand, 2001-2006,’ Human Rights Review, pp. 1-23.
Salvador Regilme Jr. and J. Parisot (2017), American Hegemony and the Rise of Emerging Powers, London: Routledge
Salvador Regilme Jr. (2017), ‘Genocide and Transitional Jusice,’ Human Rights Review.
Salvador Regilme Jr. (2016), ‘Global Migration as a Human Rights Issue: Prospects for Global Cooperation or Conflict?’ in M. Böckenförde, N. Krupke and P. Michaelis (eds.) A Multidisciplinary Mosaic: Reflections on Global Cooperation and Migration, pp. 73-76, Global Dialogues no. 13.

Further information here.

2020 - Volume 14 Issue 2