Luis Cabrera

Luis Cabrera

Luis Cabrera is Associate Professor of Political Science in the Griffith Asia Institute and School of Government and International Relations at Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. His research has focused on trans-state normative issues, including human rights, citizenship and migration, and the development of democratically accountable regional and global political institutions. His books include The Practice of Global Citizenship, The Theory of Global Justice, and The Humble Cosmopolitan: Rights, Diversity, and Trans-state Democracy. Before turning to academia full time, Cabrera worked as a staff reporter for The Associated Press in Seattle. He holds a PhD from the University of Washington.

GTI Contributions
Reasserting Moral Cosmopolitanism
Forum Contribution
Reasserting Moral Cosmopolitanism

February 2020

Forum: Toward a Great Ethics Transition



Luis Cabrera
Roundtable
Contribution to Roundtable on Human Rights

April 2018

Authoritarian and nationalist governments pose major obstacles to the human rights agenda, but the growth of regional institutions is a basis for hope.


Author's Response: Roundtable on Global Government
Roundtable
Contribution to Roundtable on Global Government

October 2017

Luis Cabrera addresses points raised by the contributors to this roundtable discussion.


Global Government Revisited: From Utopian Dream to Political Imperative
Essay
Global Government Revisited: From Utopian Dream to Political Imperative

October 2017

Ensuring economic and civil rights for all requires much deeper regional and global political integration—and ultimately a democratic world government.