Dr. Brooke Coe earned her B.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. She conducts research and teaches at the intersection of comparative politics and international relations, and her interests include comparative regional law and organizations in the global South, state sovereignty and international intervention, and transitional justice. Her book on comparative regionalism, Sovereignty in the South: Intrusive Regionalism in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia, traces the evolution of state sovereignty since decolonization.
Regionalism in the Global South (Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia), International Law & Organizations, Human Rights, Peace and Security
- Coe, Brooke and Kathryn Nash. 2020. "Peace process protagonism: the role of regional organisations in Africa in conflict management." Global Change, Peace & Security 32 (2): 157-177.
- Coe, Brooke. 2019. Sovereignty in the South: Intrusive Regionalism in Africa, Latin America, and Southeast Asia. New York: Cambridge University Press.
- Coe, Brooke. 2019. "The regional brand: collective image consciousness in Africa and Southeast Asia." Third World Quarterly, 40 (7): 1304-1321.
- Coe, Brooke. 2017. Regional Human Rights Institutions and R2P: The Role of State Monitoring in Atrocity Prevention. Global Responsibility to Protect 9(3): 294-317.
- Coe, Brooke. 2015. Sovereignty Regimes and the Norm of Non-Interference in the Global South: Regional and Temporal Variation. Global Governance 21(2): 275-298.