Prof Bethan Greener PhD

Head of School | Doctoral Mentor Supervisor
School of People, Environment and Planning

My research focuses on how states and others seek to provide for security and what this means for world order. This has resulted in books on international policing (2009), police and military roles in peace and stability operations (2014 co-authored with Will Fish) and an edited collection on the New Zealand Army (2017). Ongoing research interests include the relationship between liberalism and the use of force, how states seek to use their various agencies for security provision, international policing through the UN, South Pacific security, gender and security, and the nature of the relationship between public and private security.