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Scott MacWilliam
08
May
2017

The Development of Corporate Capitalism in Papua New Guinea: The first phase, 1884-1945

Scott MacWilliam

Since the 1980s, little systematic attention has been paid to the existence and activities of corporations in Papua New Guinea, even as their presence has grown substantially. There are studies of...

05
May
2017

Leadership and Japanese Grand Strategy: Is there an "Abe Doctrine"?

Dr David Envall, ANU

Since becoming Japanese prime minister for a second time in 2012, Shinzō Abe has sought to remake Japan’s national security posture so that the country can play a more active role in international...

Image: Courtesy Flickr Creative Commons New World Order Wendelin Jacober
02
May
2017

The Dialectics of World Orders

Professor Thomas Biersteker, Graduate Institute of International Development Studies, Geneva

The Dialectics of World Orders manuscript, and the larger collaborative project out of which it emerged, has been long in the making. Begun at MIT in the late 1970s under the guidance of the late...

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02
May
2017

The Politics of Indonesia’s Foreign Policy under President Joko Widodo

Gatra Priyandita

Abstract The South China Sea disputes continue to be one of the most pertinent security issues in Southeast Asia. Historically, Indonesia has adopted a hedging strategy that combines maintaining...

01
May
2017

The German Army and the development of its operational thinking in the era of the world wars

Dr. Gerhard P. Groß, Bundeswehr Center of Military History and Social Sciences

The development of the German Army’s operational thinking in the world war era and beyond is one of that institution’s most significant historical questions. That history is composed of several...

28
Apr
2017

Sino Australian Relations in the Age of Trump

Professor Michael Wesley, Gai Brodtmann MP, Professor Richard Rigby, Professor Hugh White and Dr Shiro Armstrong

China today looms larger than ever in myriad aspects of Australian life — economic, political, strategic and cultural. Already it is plain that this must have implications for our relationship...

Photo by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic
27
Apr
2017

Excavating the Future of the Department of Archaeology at the University of Yangon

Professor San Shwe

Understanding and preserving historical sites and artefacts are essential to the past, present and future of Myanmar and global scholarship. This presentation by Professor San Shwe, Head of...

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18
Apr
2017

The First Political Order: Some Preliminary Results from a Minerva Initiative-Funded Research Project

Professor Valerie Hudson, Bush School of Government and Public Service

In 2014, we were awarded a Minerva Initiative grant from the US Department of Defense to investigate empirically the relationship between the security of women and the security of states. This...

18
Apr
2017

The Structure of Ethnic Inequality and Ethnic Voting

Paul Kenny

While some ethnic groups engage in a high level of ethnic voting, many others do not. We argue that where class and ethnic differences overlap, ethnic voting should be elevated. More specifically...

13
Apr
2017

Networking Peace: Mapping the Israeli Peace Movement

Jo Dixon

From before the declaration of the state of Israel there have been organisations and individuals within Israel arguing for solutions that emphasised justice and autonomy for both Jews and...

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