Past events

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...

13
Feb
2013

Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) Workshop 2013

Various

The Transnational Environmental Crime (TEC) Project team invite you to attend the TEC Workshop, to be held in Canberra on Wednesday, February 13 at the Australian National University. The workshop...

15
Sep
2011

International Conference on Transnational Environmental Crime: illicit networks and enforcement networks

Various

The Transnational Environmental Crime project, based in the Department of International Relations at the Australian National University, will host an international conference in Canberra on 15...

19
Jul
2011

Transnational Environmental Crime Project - official launch July 19 2011

TEC

There will be an official event to launch the Transnational Environmental Crime project.

Date: 19 July 2011 Place: APCD Lecture Theatre, Hedley Bull Centre, Australian National University...

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