- New Publication: Global Public Governance: Toward World Government?
- Ending Forced Migration as a “Weapon of War”
- Working Paper Series: May 2, 2022
- CARFMS22: “Crisis” and Forced Migration: Manifestations of power in a changing world
- New publication: Peace and Security in Indo-Pacific Asia - IR Perspectives in Context
Peter Grbac is a third year law student in the BCL/LLB program at McGill University. He holds a Masters with Distinction in Refugee and Forced Migration Studies from the University of Oxford and an AB Magna cum Laude in Social Studies from Harvard College. His research interests focus on social theory, the urban dynamics of forced displacement and migration, borders and citizenship, and International Human Rights and Refugee Law. His undergraduate research centered on the situation of the Roma population in France, specifically the way in which their identity was crystallized in and through French urban space. His graduate research explores the urbanity of the refugee camp space, conceiving the camp as a space in which particular rights, namely the right to the city, can be conceived and realized.