Justin Morris

Mr Justin Morris

Senior Lecturer/ Director of Undergraduate Admissions

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Business, Law and Politics
  • Department of Politics

Summary

Justin Morris is Senior Lecturer in the School of Law and Politics at the University of Hull. He was Head of the (then) Department of Politics and International Studies from 2007-13. His primary research interests include 'great power' politics and the notion of great power responsibility; the UN Security Council; and the responsibility to protect, specifically in relation to forcible intervention, topics on which he has authored a number of articles.

Book Chapter

The responsibility not to veto: A responsibility too far"

Morris, J., & Wheeler, N. (2016). The responsibility not to veto: A responsibility too far?. In A. J. Bellamy, & T. Dunne (Eds.), Oxford Handbook on the Responsibility to Protect, 227-248. Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198753841.013.13

The responsibility to protect: A long view

Morris, J. (2017). The responsibility to protect: A long view. In A. Hehir, & R. W. Murray (Eds.), Protecting human rights in the 21st Century, 231-248. Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Journal Article

The responsibility to protect and the great powers: the tensions of dual responsibility

Morris, J. (2015). The responsibility to protect and the great powers: the tensions of dual responsibility. Global Responsibility to Protect, 7(3-4), 398-421. https://doi.org/10.1163/1875984x-00704009

The responsibility to protect and the use of force: remaking the procrustean bed"

Morris, J. (2016). The responsibility to protect and the use of force: remaking the procrustean bed?. Cooperation and Conflict, 51(2), 200-215. https://doi.org/10.1177/0010836715612852

Libya and Syria: R2P and the spectre of the swinging pendulum

Morris, J. (2013). Libya and Syria: R2P and the spectre of the swinging pendulum. International Affairs, 89(5), 1265-1283. https://doi.org/10.1111/1468-2346.12071

Postgraduate supervision

Justin Morris welcomes enquiries from prospective PhD students interested in working in the following areas: great power politics and responsibility; the United Nations Security Council, especially permanent membership; responsibility to protect; the English School of international relations theory. Completed PhDs Currently co-supervising doctoral research in genocide in Kurdistan ECOWAS, multiple hegemony and counter-terrorism.