Barry Hashimoto

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Barry Hashimoto is a Lecturer of Political Science in the Division of Social Science at New York University Abu Dhabi specializing in international law and courts, political economy, and methodology. He received his Ph.D. and M.A. in Political Science from Emory University, and his A.B. in Government from Dartmouth College. Previously, he was a member of the faculty at the Department of Politics at New York University, NYU Shanghai, and the American University of Sharjah. At NYU Abu  Dhabi, he teaches courses in the Political Science and Legal Studies programs. Information about his publications, works in progress, and courses taught is in his curriculum vitae (October 2020).

Selected publications and supplementary material

Barry Hashimoto. 2020. Autocratic consent to international law: the case of the International Criminal Court’s jurisdiction, 1998–2017. International Organization 74(2), pp. 331-362. [Appendix].

Nigel Lo, Barry Hashimoto, Dan Reiter. 2008. Ensuring peace: foreign imposed regime change and postwar peace duration, 1914-2001. International Organization 62(4), pp. 717-36. [Appendix].

Barry Hashimoto. 2017. Poisoned chalice or just poison? Foreign-imposed regime change and peace. H-Diplo: International Security Studies Forum, June, pp. 1–7. [Preprint].

Nicholas D. Klemen, Paul L. Feingold, Barry Hashimoto, Cary P. Gross, Kevin Y. Pei. 2020. Mortality benefits of thromboprophylaxis. The Lancet Haematology. Accepted and forthcoming. [Preprint and Appendix].

Nicholas D. Klemen, Paul L. Feingold, Barry Hashimoto, Melinda Wang, Svetlana Kleyman, Alexandria Brackett, Cary P. Gross, Kevin Y. Pei. 2020.  Mortality risk associated with venous thromboembolism: a systematic review and Bayesian meta-analysis. The Lancet Haematology 7(8), pp. e583-e593. [Appendix].

Teaching & course syllabi

Mooting (Fall 2020)

Global Governance (Fall 2020)

Introduction to International Politics (Spring 2020)

Politics of International Law (Spring 2019)

Human Rights Law (Spring 2019)

International Political Economy (Fall 2018)

Civil Wars (Spring 2012)

At NYU Shanghai, the first joint Sino-American venture in higher education in Shanghai, Dr. Hashimoto co-designed and co-taught the curriculum for Global Perspectives on Society.


As a “Friend of the Jessup,” Dr. Hashimoto has advised and judged five undergraduate teams advocating cases before the International Court of Justice as part of the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, and served as a judge at the White & Case International Rounds. His teams competed as the UAE National Representatives in the 2017, 2018, and 2020 White & Case International Rounds, placed first in written memorials in the 2019 UAE Jessup National Rounds, and placed first overall in the 2017 and 2018 Gulf Cooperation Council Jessup Friendly Competitions in Kuwait City. He is the faculty advisor of the Mooting Student Group at NYU Abu Dhabi, and faculty member of the chapter of the International Law Students Association at NYU Abu Dhabi.



Dr. Hashimoto was formerly a climbing guide of the Dartmouth Mountaineering Club, an alumnus of the Student Conservation Association, and a ranger and trail-crew member with the Inyo National Forest in California and Merck Forest and Farmland in Vermont. He has published essays on climbs in the East Side Sierra Nevada, the Peruvian Andes, the Denali Massif, and the Cascades of Washington State.