Past events

15
Mar
2017

Trump, Brexit, and the rise of Populism: Economic have-nots and cultural backlash

Professor Pippa Norris, Harvard University

Rising support for populist parties has disrupted the politics of many Western societies. What explains this phenomenon? Two theories are examined here. Perhaps the most widely-held view of mass...

AIIA Careers Forum 2017
07
Mar
2017

AIIA International Careers Forum 2017

Professor Michael Wesley; DFAT

Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) International Careers Forum 2017.

Are you fascinated by international affairs? Looking for a career that will take you places?

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28
Feb
2017

Climate Change and Ecological Security

Matt McDonald, University of Queensland

There is increasing engagement with the relationship between climate change and security in international relations thought and practice. Yet the nature of this engagement differs significantly,...

28
Nov
2016

Postgraduate Information Evening

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacifc Affairs

Hear from world leading experts in the diplomacy, international relations, strategy and defence, and find out which postgraduate program best suits your career aspirations and interests.

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17
Nov
2016

The Military Revolution Goes Global: International Relations, History and Western Expansion

Professor Jason Sharman (Griffith University)

International Relations scholarship on the rise of the West is premised on historians’ thesis of a military revolution in early modern Europe: military competition drove the development of tactics...

09
Nov
2016

Cultural Diversity and International Order

Professor Christian Reus-Smit

The modern international order is facing significant challenges. Power is shifting to non-Western states and diffusing to non-state actors, including transnational insurgents. This is more than a...

Responsibility to Protect, R2P, foreign assistance, domestic processes
27
Oct
2016

Implementing the Responsibility to Protect: Domestic processes and foreign assistance

International and Domestic Speakers

As the international community grapples with extensive humanitarian crises across the globe, the need for stronger domestic and regional capacity to prevent atrocities and protect populations is...

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26
Oct
2016

International Dynamics of Making Peace and Preventing Atrocity: Where Do We Stand

Professor Scott Straus and Associate Professor Severine Autesserre

In this seminar, two internationally renowned scholars of conflict and genocide studies, Professor Scott Straus and Associate Professor Severine Autesserre, will present their recent research on...

22
Sep
2016

Asia Pacific hypothetical: Confronting a regional crisis

Professor Michael Wesley

The Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs in collaboration with the Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) Western Australia branch, is hosting an event for youth to engage with...

20
Sep
2016

The United States as a rising power in the Asia-Pacific region

Professor Alan Henrikson

Today the geopolitics of the Asia-Pacific region is dominated by the rise of new powers. The role of the United States, as the established political and military power in the region, is...

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