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Prof. Dr. Alejandro Rodiles

Prof. Dr. Alejandro Rodiles

e-Mail: alejandro.rodiles(at)itam.mx
Homepage: ITAM
Profile: Short CV & Select Publications

Short CV:

Alejandro Rodiles is an associate professor of international law and global governance at ITAM School of Law, in Mexico City. He earned his law degree (LL.B.) from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and obtained his PhD from Humboldt University, Berlin. His PhD thesis was awarded with the Faculty Price of the Faculty of Law of Humboldt University. In July 2016, he was elected a member of Mexico’s National Research System (SNI, level I). Rodiles has been a lecturer at UNAM’s Faculty of Law, a research fellow at Humboldt University, and a visiting professor at El Colegio de México. He has been awarded with the British Academy Newton Mobility Grant (together with Gavin Sullivan from Kent University) and with the ESIL Book Prize 2019 for his monograph Coalitions of the Willing and International Law (CUP 2018). He is a member of the International Law Association (ILA, Mexican Branch) and of ITAM’s Centre for Studies on Security, Intelligence and Governance (CESIG). Alejandro Rodiles has ample experience as a former Mexican diplomat. Among other duties, he served as the legal adviser of the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations, in New York, during his country’s elected membership of the Security Council (2009-2010).

Professor Rodiles’ research has focused on the impacts of global governance mechanisms on the structures of international law, with a focus on security issues and treaty law. Also, he has been involved in projects on comparative international law, foreign relations law, infrastructures as regulation (InfraReg), and cities and international law.

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