international relations

Regional roundup spotlights Australia’s key relationships

Speaking at the Australian National University’s annual Australia 360 event last Tuesday, a panel of academics broke down Australia’s key regional relationships, starting in Southeast Asia.

What Happens When ISIS Becomes an Online Caliphate?

After the fall of Mosul, devising effective ways to combat Islamic State propaganda will be critically important, writes Dr Haroro Ingram.

Diplomatic Cooperation: An Evolutionary Perspective

Public Lecture co-hosted by the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy and the Department of International Relations, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, The Australian National University

Ebola 2.0?

Ebola is back, but that doesn’t mean that the world should panic.

From the frontline to first-class Masters

James Garrison has been serving as an Officer with the United States Army for ten years. So when he received the General Wayne A. Downing Scholarship for postgraduate study, he leapt at the opportunity to pursue a Master of International Relations (Advanced).

Cultural Diversity and International Order

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 power transition, though: it is also about culture. Western states now share the stage with powers such as China who bring their own cultural values, practices, and histories. And new forms of transnational violence are justified not in the name of political ideology but religious identity and belief.

Raymond Aron and the Morality of Realism

Murielle Cozette, ‘Raymond Aron and the Morality of Realism’, IR Working Paper 2008/5, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Affairs

The Politics of Post-Trauma Emotions: Securing Community after the Bali Bombing

Emma Hutchison, ‘The Politics of Post-Trauma Emotions: Securing Community after the Bali Bombing’, IR Working Paper 2008/4, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Researc

Understanding Emotions in World Politics: Reflections on Method

Roland Bleiker and Emma Hutchison, ‘Understanding Emotions in World Politics: Reflections on Method’, IR Working Paper 2007/5, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Rese

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