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Ian Hurd is a scholar of the politics of international law at Northwestern University. He examines the boundary between legality and illegality in international affairs as a matter of history, politics, and public policy. A leading scholar of IR theory, he is the Director of the International Studies Program at Northwestern. He serves on the editorial boards of several journals on law, politics, and global affairs. His work appears in leading journals, edited collections, and several single-authored books, and he contributes regularly to media on international affairs. Upcoming work is on the international rule of law, the interdisciplinary history/law/politics of global governance, and the forthcoming Oxford Handbook of International Organizations.

Recent writing:

How to Get Away with Cholera, with Mara Pillinger and Michael Barnett in Perspectives on Politics 2016http://www.politicalsciencenow.com/how-to-get-away-with-cholera-the-un-haiti-and-international-law/
The International Rule of Law and the Domestic Analogy, in Global Constitutionalism 2015Home_files/hurd+intl+rule+of+law+dom+analogy.pdf
Enchanted and Disenchanted International Law, in Global Policy 2016Home_files/hurd+enchanted+disenchanted.pdf