security

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.

Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan

Bina D’Costa, ‘Gender Justice and (In)security in Pakistan and Afghanistan’, Postcolonial Studies, 19(4) 2016: 409-26.

What Security Makes Possible: Some Thoughts on Critical Security Studies

Anthony Burke, ‘What Security Makes Possible: Some Thoughts on Critical Security Studies’, IR Working Paper 2007/1, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School

Threat Perception and Developmental States in Northeast Asia

Tianbiao Zhu, ‘Threat Perception and Developmental States in Northeast Asia’, IR Working Paper 2001/03, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific

Bipolarity and the Future of the Security Order in East Asia

William Tow, ‘Bipolarity and the Future of the Security Order in East Asia’, Trends in Southeast Asia, 10, Singapore: ISEAS Yusof Ishak Institute, 2016.

High Politics, Low Politics, and Global Health

Published in Journal of Global Security Studies, 1(2) 2016: 157‒70.

Transforming Security Politics: Koizumi Jun'ichiro and the Gaullist Tradition in Japan

Published in Electronic Journal of Contemporary Japanese Studies, 20 July 2008.

South Pacific Security and Global Change: The New Agenda

In the South Pacific, the end of the Cold War has not been the dramatic turning point in security terms assumed for other regions.

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