Ph.D. Columbia University 1997
Comparative & International Relations
Henry F. (Chip) Carey is Associate Professor of Political Science at Georgia State University, where he has been based since 1998. He has published many books and articles on international law, human rights and comparative democratization. He received his Ph.D. from Columbia University in 1997. His most recent books are: Understanding International Law Through Moot Courts: Genocide, Torture, Habeas Corpus, Chemical Weapons and the Responsibility to Protect (2014); European Institutions, Democratization, and Human Rights Protection in the European Periphery (2014); Trials and Tribulations of International Prosecution (2013); Privatizing the Democratic Peace: Policy Dilemmas of NGO Peacebuilding (2012); and Reaping what you Sow: A Comparative Examination of Torture Reform in the United States, France, Argentina, and Israel (2012).
"The Domestic Politics of Protecting Human Rights in Counter-Terrorism: Poland, Lithuania and Romania’s Secret Detention Centers and other East European Collaboration in Extraordinary Rendition,” East European Politics and Societies Vol. 28, (2013), pp.1-37.
“Economic, Social and Cultural Rights” in Henry F. Carey and Robert J. Beck (eds.), ISA Compendium on International Law (Oxford: Blackwell, 2010), pp.1261-1283.
“Teaching International Law,” with Robert J. Beck, in Henry F. Carey and Robert J. Beck (eds.), ISA Compendium on International Law (Oxford: Blackwell, 2010). pp. 6801-6819.
“Introduction to International Law,” with Robert J. Beck, in Henry F. Carey and Robert J. Beck (eds.), ISA Compendium on International Law (Oxford: Blackwell, 2010), pp.cxi-cxxix.
“The 2009 Iranian Elections in Comparative Perspective,” Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis, Vol.26, no.2 (Fall 2009), pp.68-82.