March 2020

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02
Mar
2020

China Governs Borderless Threats: Chinese Counter-Narcotics and Riverine Law Enforcement in Southeast Asia

Associate Professor Shahar Hameiri
China Governs Borderless Threats: Chinese Counter-Narcotics and Riverine Law Enforcement in Southeast Asia China is often seen as clinging resolutely to sovereignty and non-interference. This is typically viewed as a liability in an era where practically every problem appears to be transnational,...

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exclusion from Australia, our history books, our flag, anthem and for many years our democracy can never be undone—and the damage it has done cannot be reversed. What can be done, alongside efforts in health, education and employment, are practices of inclusion. The culture, population and environment of Australia have all changed significantly since colonisation and these ceremonies can seem strange or meaningless to some. However, all areas of Australia have or had tr
03
Mar
2020

Decolonising Humanitarian Protection? Survival vs. Rights of Indigenous Peoples in Asia

Ms Uchacha Chak; Dr Rupananda Roy; Ms Ena Tripura
Decolonising the ANU Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exclusion from Australia, our history books, our flag, anthem and for many years our democracy can never be undone—and the damage it has done cannot be reversed. What can be done, alongside efforts in health, education and employment, are...

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Image: Shanghai Nanking Road in the 1930s
04
Mar
2020

An Imported Ideology? The Neglected Endogenous Origins of Chinese and East Asian Developmentalism

Professor Eric Helleiner
East Asian developmentalism is often depicted as an ideology imported from the West. According to the most common story, the ideas of Friedrich List were imported to Japan after the Meiji Restoration and then exported from there to the rest of East Asia in the 20th century, with China being the...

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17
Mar
2020

Australian Foreign Affairs Launch: Can We Trust America? A Superpower in Transition

Professor Brendan Taylor; Ms Felicity Rub; Professor Bruce Jentleson
The United States is entering a new era, in which it is no longer the world’s unrivalled superpower. This is posing unfamiliar challenges for the US at a time when Washington is already paralysed by its partisan divides. Can the US maintain its traditional dominance of Asia? If so, how? And what...

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