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Negotiating inclusion: a study of women’s participation in the Myanmar Peace Process

The Nationwide Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) in Myanmar has been in place since 2013. However, contrary to its name, the NCA is neither nationwide (10 out of 18...

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Morning in Rangoon

A time of celebration for our mid-year graduates

On Friday, 13 July, the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs bid farewell and good luck to 75 graduates across eight degree programs. Amongst them were...

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Bell School mid-year graduates

Endless Opportunities

Jamal Nabulsi is graduating this semester with a Master of International Relations (Advanced) with a plan to continue down the path of academia. Jamal came...

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Jamal Nabulsi

Nuclear Deterrence at Risk

Taking up a year-long research fellowship at Harvard University in August, Dr Ben Zala will be looking for cracks in US nuclear deterrence strategies.

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Nuclear deterrence

Writing Reaction into Theory

International Relations Theory has tended to overlook political reaction, prompting Dr Joseph MacKay to ask why in a recent landmark journal article.

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Make America Great Again

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Dangers to Democracy in India?

India is often cited as being the world’s largest democracy. It scores well on international...

The Provocation of Laughter and the Practice of Resistance: On Humour and the Politics of Subjectivity

Tragedy has played a prominent and active role in the construction of Western political imaginaries...

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