Past events

16
Aug
2017

Political settlements and their trajectories

Sue Ingram

Over the last decade, international development policies, most notably in the UK, have advanced ‘political settlements’ as a framing concept to guide statebuilding practice in fragile and conflict...

Image: Flickr Public Domain Photography
14
Aug
2017

Does Australia Really Want a Rules-Based International Order?

Professor Shirley Scott, UNSW Canberra

This seminar will enquire into the notable shift in rhetoric on the part of the Australian government from that of support for ‘international law’ to that of support for a ‘rules-based...

10
Aug
2017

Prospects for the Rules-Based Global Order

Dr Greg Raymond, ANU and Associate Professor Rob Mclaughlin, ANU

The two-decade period of United States post-Cold War predominance is now over, and an era of greater multipolarity has begun. Many fear that the rise of China and a resurgent Russia will bring...

08
Aug
2017

Australia 360

Senator the Hon Penny Wong, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate

Australia 360

Featuring keynote speaker

Senator the Hon Penny Wong, Leader of the Opposition in the Senate

Running in its third year, Australia 360 is the nation’s only in-depth...

03
Aug
2017

The Politics of Resentment in the Contemporary United States

Professor Katherine J. Cramer, University of Wisconsin-Madison

What is the nature of current right-wing populism in the United States? In this talk, Cramer will draw on her extensive ethnography of rural voters in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin to help...

Image: Flickr Creative Commons Barbarians from the South, Medieval Poc
03
Aug
2017

Diplomatic Cooperation: An Evolutionary Perspective

Professor Iver B. Neumann, LSE

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...

25
Jul
2017

Jihadists Assemble: the rise of militant Islamism in Southeast Asia

Quinton Temby

Abstract After the attacks of September 11, 2001, in the US and the Bali bombings in Indonesia the following year, Southeast Asia came under scrutiny for its role in the rise of militant Islamism...

20
Jul
2017

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs Orientation Session

Various speakers

Dr Jeremy Youde, Deputy Director of Education, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, warmly invites all postgraduate students commencing their studies in the Master of Diplomacy, Master of...

Two Australian military policemen guard Japanese prisoners outside the court on Labuan Island, Borneo, December 1945. The prisoners are (from left): Lieutenant Ojima, Lieutenant Yamamoto, Captain Nakata and Captain Takino. All four were sentenced to death by shooting for their ill-treatment of prisoners during the war. [AWM 123170]
17
Jul
2017

Book Launch: Japanese War Criminals

Launch by Professor Michael Wesley

“I cannot think of a similar work with such a broad scope…This book is a product of an enormous, novel, research effort and it shows…”

All four authors of this important book...

13
Jul
2017

Graduation Celebration Lunch

MC - Associate Professor Brendan Taylor

We will again be hosting a lunch in celebration of the hard work and commitment of our graduating cohort of undergraduate, postgraduate and research higher degree students. As well, we want to...

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