University of Sidney (Australia)
Ryan Griffiths is a Lecturer in the Department of Government and International Relations at the University of Sydney. His research focuses on two related areas. The first examines the dynamics of secession with a particular emphasis on the international and domestic causes of secessionist conflict over time. He has recently begun a second book that looks at the relationship between democracy and secessionist outcomes, a project that is being funded by an ARC (Australian Research Council) Discovery Early Career Research Award. The second research area investigates the organization of the international system, with a specific interest in sovereignty and different types of political order, historically and in the future. Griffiths is one of the lead investigators on the International System(s) Dataset (ISD) Project.
- 2015.Between Dissolution and Blood: how Administrative Lines and Categories Shape Secessionist Outcome. International Organization, 69 (3): 731-751.
- 2015.Alternative International System? System Structure and Violent Conflict in 19th Century West Africa, Southeast Asia, and South Asia. Review of International Studies, 41 (4): 715-737.
- 2015.Between the Sword and the Wall: Spain's Limited Options for Catalan Secessionism. Nations and Nationalism, 21(1): 43-61.
- 2014.Secession and the Invisible Hand of the International System. Review of International Studies, 40 (3): 559-581.
- 2014.The Future of Self-Determination and Territorial Integrity in the Asian Century. The Pacific Review, 27 (3): 457-478.
- 2014.Membership has Its Privileges: The Changing Benefits of Statehood. International Studies Review, 16 (1): 79-106.
- 2013.Introducing the International System Dataset (ISD), 1816-2011. International Interactions, 39 (5): 748-768.