Past events

Dr. Nelson Simbiken
13
Feb
2017

Past, Present and Future of Coffee Industry in Papua New Guinea

Dr. Nelson Simbiken

Coffee plays an important role in the socio-economic and political development of Papua New Guinea (PNG). Since independence in 1975, the block and plantation sectors were the mainstay of the...

31
Jan
2017

Global Go To Think Tank Index Launch

Various speakers

The Australian Institute of International Affairs Institute for Economics and Peace, National Security College ANU and the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre ANU

are pleased to invite...

Graduation image
14
Dec
2016

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...

Australian War Memorial - AWM058781_https://www.awm.gov.au/collection/058781/
13
Dec
2016

Be cunning, ruthless, and audacious: Australia’s independent companies and commando squadrons in the Pacific war

Dr Karl James, Australian War Memorial

In 1940 the British Army formed commando units to raid, conduct sabotage, and gather information in German-occupied Europe. A small British military mission was sent to Australia, and the first of...

Patricia Kassman
09
Dec
2016

Public-Private Partnerships on the Ground: Making Small to Medium Enterprises (SMEs) Work at the District Level in Papua New Guinea

Patricia Kassman

In this seminar Patricia Kassman will draw on her range of experiences working with the community, private and government sectors to discuss how public-private partnerships supporting SMEs play...

Flickr: U.S Pacific Fleet, Waters near Okinawa (June 7, 2014)
01
Dec
2016

Beyond the ‘arms race’: Explaining the modernization of naval and associated air capabilities in the Asia-Pacific (2001-2016)

Sheryn Lee

This thesis addresses the question whether it is possible to construct a generic explanation for the current modernization of many armed forces in the Asia-Pacific, specifically in the naval...

US CDA map
28
Nov
2016

Reliability and Interdependence in America’s Asian Alliance System

Iain Henry

Are alliance commitments interdependent? Do events in one alliance relationship affect other alliances and if so, how? For America’s bilateral alliances in Asia, policymakers and academics have...

28
Nov
2016

Postgraduate Information Evening

Coral Bell School of Asia Pacifc Affairs

Hear from world leading experts in the diplomacy, international relations, strategy and defence, and find out which postgraduate program best suits your career aspirations and interests.

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Image: Flickr - White House, President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull, Manilla 2015
23
Nov
2016

Book Launch of "Australia's American Alliance"

Launched by: Dennis Richardson AO, Secretary of the Department of Defence

Australia’s American Alliance

The Australia-United States Alliance has been critical to Australian foreign and defence policy since the ANZUS Treaty was signed in 1951. For 63 years...

[Image: Flickr – ‘Children of Ekuvukene’, United Nations photo (http://bit.ly/2dgA5Su)]
17
Nov
2016

Anthony Low Commonwealth Lecture: Commonwealth Diplomacy and the End of Apartheid

Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC

This inaugural lecture is in honour of former ANU Vice–Chancellor and great Commonwealth of Nations scholar, the late Professor Anthony Low. It describes what remains one of the Commonwealth’s...

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