Past events

29
Jul
2016

Women and Violent Extremism: Myth and Reality

Various speakers

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What prompts a young, educated woman brought up in the West to run away to join fundamentalist society where the role of women is highly circumscribed?

Until recently...

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11
Jul
2016

Cyber Threats and Nuclear Weapons: New Questions for Command and Control, Security and Strategy

Dr Andrew Futter, University of Leicester, UK

The development and spread of cyber ‘weapons’, information-warfare capabilities and the new dynamics of the ‘cyber age’ are providing a considerable – albeit nuanced – challenge to the management...

The conservative roots of radicalism: making yesterday’s universities relevant today
13
May
2016

The conservative roots of radicalism: making yesterday’s universities relevant today

Dr Mathew Davies (Bell School), Dr Tamson Pietsch (Sydney University), Professor Quentin Grafton Crawford School), Nigel Stanier (DFAT)

In November 2015, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull outlined plans to overhaul how university research is funded, downgrading the significance of publishing in little-read journals and...

Dr. Simon Adams
19
Apr
2016

The Responsibility to Protect and the UN Security Council

Dr. Simon Adams, Executive Director, Global Centre for the Responsibility to Protect

The Responsibility to Protect (R2P) is a global norm that was adopted at the UN World Summit in 2005. After 10 years it has become the dominant framework at the United Nations for understanding...

Department of International Relations: Power, Ethics & World Order Seminar Series
04
Apr
2016

Orientalism refashioned: 'Eastern moon' in 'Western waters' reflecting back on the East China Sea

L.H.M. Ling

Behind the adage, ‘knowledge is power,’ lies culture: it accounts for the knowledge that drives power. Recognizing culture as power shifts our focus from coercion to creativity, thereby offering a...

Dr. Luke Glanville
23
Mar
2016

Self-interest and the distant vulnerable

Dr. Luke Glanville

What interests do states have in assisting vulnerable populations beyond their borders? While some political leaders and commentators promote a circumscribed understanding of the national interest...

ANU welcome BBQ
05
Mar
2016

GSIA Welcome BBQ

TBA

Please join us to celebrate the beginning of a new academic year, and to welcome new staff and students.

GSIA staff and students, and their families, are warmly invited to Lennox Gardens,...

Christopher Hobson
29
Feb
2016

Humility & vulnerability in international relations

Dr Christopher Hobson, Assistant Professor, Waseda University

Department of International Relations Power, Ethics & World Order Seminar Series

If liberalism’s confidence in the spread of democracy and free markets captured the zeitgeist of the...

Ann Wright
17
Feb
2016

Combat within the US military

Ann Wright

Peace and Conflict Studies Programme Seminar Series Combat positions in the U.S military are officially open to women now, but combat within the military with women being assaulted by men has been...

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs orientation session
10
Feb
2016

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs orientation session

Michael Wesley

Professor Michael Wesley, Director of the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, warmly invites all postgraduate students commencing their studies in the Master of Diplomacy / Master of...

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