Professor Ken Booth "has been a visiting researcher at the US Naval War College, Dalhousie University in Canada, and Cambridge University. He is a former Chair, and the first President of the British International Studies Association. He was part of the editorial team of the Review of International Studies, and is Academic Editor of the Lynne Rienner 'Critical Security Studies' series. He is an elected Academician of the Society of Learned Societies for the Social Sciences." 
Recent Books 
- Worlds in Collision: Terror and the Future of Global Order. Joint editor and contributor, with Tim Dunne (London: Palgrave, 2002) x and 376 pp (joint author: 'Worlds in Collision', pp. 1-23)
- Great Transformations: Empires and Systems in World Politics. Joint editor with Michael Cox (UK) and Tim Dunne (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001) xii and 298 pp (joint author: 'Empires, Systems and States: Great Transformations in International Politics', pp. 1-15)
- How Might We Live? Global Ehtics in the New Century. Joint editor, with Tim Dunne and Michael Cox (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2001) ix and 236 pp (joint author: 'How Might We Live? Global Ethics in the New Century', pp. 1-28).
- The Kosovo Tragedy. The Human Rights Dimensions. Editor and contributor (London: Frank Cass, 2001) xii and 386 pp (author: 'Introduction: Still Waiting for the Reckoning', pp 1-23; 'Ten Flaws of Just Wars', pp. 314-24)
- The Interregnum: Controversies in World Politics, 1989-1999 Joint editor with Michael Cox and Tim Dunne, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999) vii and 303pp. Joint author with Michael Cox and Tim Dunne: 'Introduction: The Interregnum: controversies in world politics, 1989-99', pp3-19.