Past events

18
Oct
2022

The blue edge: science and diplomacy in Antarctica

Annebelle Davis

Antarctica is home to one of the world’s most enduring joint problem solving partnerships. This presentation explores how scientists and diplomats use the interface between their professions in...

20
Sep
2022

Whither the Liberal International Order: Lessons from History

Professor Ayse Zarakol

For almost a decade now, observers have been debating the fate of the Liberal International Order. In her recent book Before the West: The Rise and Fall of Eastern World Orders (Cambridge...

19
Sep
2022

International orders: Past, present and future

Various

This seminar explores the changing nature of international order. It examines how previous international orders rose and fell, using this analysis to outline the shape of contemporary world order...

23
May
2022

The future(s) of International Relations

Laura J. Shepherd

In this talk, I consider the future(s) of international relations practice and International Relations as a discipline. I begin by weighing the international, exploring what is at stake in setting...

28
Feb
2022

Governance gaps and accountability traps in the global shift to renewable energy

Susan Park

About the speaker

Susan Park is a Professor in International Relations at the University of Sydney.

Her research examines the rise, spread and efficacy of accountability mechanisms...

18
Oct
2021

Law and Practice of Peacekeeping

Various speakers

In an increasingly complex world, it is more crucial than ever to have a full picture of how international peacekeeping can be a force for good, but can also have potentially negative impacts on...

15
Mar
2021

States of Justice: The Politics of the International Criminal Court

Dr Oumar Ba

Dr Ba will talk about his new book, States of Justice, which theorises the ways in which states that are presumed to be weaker in the international system use the International Criminal Court (ICC...

01
Mar
2021

To Make Heaven Weep: Civilians and the American Way of War from 1608 to 2020

Professor Neta Crawford

‘To Make Heaven Weep: Civilians and the American Way of War from 1608 to 2020’: War is defined as force on force conflict. So why have civilians so consistently been the deliberate target of...

18
Feb
2021

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs 2021 Orientation Session

Various speakers

Dr Mathew Davies, Deputy Director of Education, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, warmly invites all postgraduate students commencing their studies in the Graduate Diploma of...

Parliament House, Canberra
07
Dec
2020

OCIS 2020 - Save the Date - Oceanic Conference on International Studies

Various

Held every two years, OCIS is the premier conference in international studies held in Australasia. It brings together scholars working across all fields of international studies, and is known for...

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