July 2019

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Hugh White
04
Jul
2019

In Conversation with Hugh White

Hugh White, and Sam Roggeveen
Hugh White will be in-conversation with Sam Roggeveen on Hugh’s new book How to Defend Australia.

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16
Jul
2019

Dynastic Cycles: The Rise and Fall of Political Families in the Philippines, 1907-2019

Professor Julio Teehankee
This presentation shall map the rise and fall of political families in the Philippines in four historical periods: colonial era (1907-1941); postwar era (1946-1972); authoritarian era (1972-1986); and post-authoritarian era (1986-2019).

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17
Jul
2019

Ripples of Change in Grassroots Women Organising in Papua New Guinea: A Personal Perspective.

Sarah Garap
In this presentation Sarah Garap will reflect on her personal journey from grassroots activism to academia, drawing upon more than 30 years of active citizenship in the areas of human rights, politics, peacebuilding and community organizing for community development. Sarah is a proponent and...

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Plane
23
Jul
2019

The Pacific step-up: Will it work and what happens if not?

James Gilling, Hugh White, Katerina Teaiwa, and Graeme Smith
At this event, a panel of experts will examine Australia’s security and diplomacy challenges, such as China’s growing reach into the Pacific and the impact that climate change will have in reshaping Canberra’s ties with its Pacific neighbours.

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Jeffery Chwieroth, Andrew Walter, and "The Wealth Effect"
29
Jul
2019

The Wealth Effect: How the Great Expectations of the Middle Class Have Changed the Politics of Banking Crises

Jeffrey Chwieroth, and Andrew Walter
In this book launch seminar, Jeffrey Chwieroth and Andrew Walter explain how mass political demand has contributed to rising financial fragility and political instability and discontent in contemporary democracies.

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Propaganda in North Korea
30
Jul
2019

The North Korea watchers: An ethnographic study of an expert community

Jeffrey Robertson
This seminar will explore the distinctiveness of English language policy discourse on North Korea; the widely used narratives and implications for policy discourse on North Korea; and will touch upon the progress to date in the ultimate aim of the research.

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