Past events

14
Aug
2014

Investigating the costs and benefits of nuclear power

Various

Building off a two-day, international workshop, this public forum aims to cut through the misinformation that has often characterised the public debate in many countries about nuclear power, and...

19
Jun
2014

Book launch of 'China's Foreign Policy' by Emeritus Professor Stuart Harris

Launched by: The Hon Bob Hawke AC, former Prime Minister of Australia

You are invited to attend the book launch onChina's Foreign Policy(PolityPress) by Emeritus Professor Stuart Harris, on Thursday 19th June.

The launch will be held in...

11
Jun
2014

The 'Responsibility to Protect' and the Protection of Conflict Induced Internally Displaced Persons: Gender and Global Norms

Lucy Hall, PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales

As distinct areas, R2P, Internal Displacement Protection Frameworks and the Women, Peace and Security Agenda are receiving increasing amounts of attention in relation to their relevance vis-ÌÊ-vis...

01
May
2014

Southern Thailand: from conflict to negotiations

Professor Duncan McCargo

Since 2004 separatist violence in southern Thailand has claimed over 6000 lives. Malaysian government backed peace talks, which were officially endorsed by the Thai government in 2013, have now...

24
Mar
2014

Privatising the "War on Drugs"

Dr Christopher Hobson (Waseda University)

A defining feature of the 9/11 wars has been the prominent role played by private military and security companies (PMSCs). The growth of this market for military and security services has not gone...

17
Mar
2014

Change and Continuity in Post-Cold War Pacific Alliances: Case Studies on Japan's and Australia's Alliance Relations with the US

Sampo Kemppainen (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, Tokyo)

The United States' alliances with Japan and Australia are the most important bilateral security alliances in the Asia-Pacific. Given the uncertain strategic conditions in the wider region, the...

14
Mar
2014

Transnational Environmental Crime Project: Black trade, criminal networks and enforcement responses

Professor Lorraine Elliott

The Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) project at ANU, funded by the Australian Research Council and the Australian Government’s Department of the Environment (DoE) under the ARC...

21
Nov
2013

Theorising the international humanitarian order

Dr Jacinta O'Hagan

Theorising the international humanitarian order

01
Nov
2013

China's Rise in International ICT Standardisation: Techno-nationalism and Techno-globalism

Professor Heejin Lee

China has become a significant player in the international standardisation regime of telecommunications. It is currently attempting international standardisation of its indigenous technologies. It...

25
Oct
2013

The US Pivot to Asia: What It Means for Australia

Professor Geoffrey Garrett

After Barack Obama was forced by the government shutdown/debt ceiling crisis to stay in Washington rather than participate in APEC and the EAS, and with crises inexorably drawing the US back into...

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