Asia still festers over WWII wounds

The legacies of the Second World War could mean conflict today, write Nick Bisley and Brendan Taylor.

Why Australia should have joined the AIIB last November

If Australia is serious about infrastructure then it should have signed up to the Chinese bank months ago.

Time for a new China vision

China is not seeking to break the rules of global order, writes Stuart Harris.

Small powers, big difference

How ‘small powers’ can help stop the global spread of landmines, small arms and weapons of mass destruction.

Australia and Nuclear Arms Control as 'Good International Citizenship'

Good International Citizenship, as applied to Australian foreign policy from the late 1980s to the mid-1990s, incorporated elements of pragmatism as well as

New Approaches to Human Security in the Asia-Pacific: China, Japan and Australia

This volume offers a distinctly Asia-Pacific-oriented perspective to human security.

Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World

'Refugees and the Myth of the Borderless World', Keynotes 02, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, The Australian National Universit

The Foreign Policy of the Hawke-Keating Governments: An Interim Review

Still close to the events, this paper attempts an assessment of the foreign policy of the Hawkeâ-Keating governments.

From Paternalism to Partnership: Australia's Relations with ASEAN

In the thirty years since the creation of ASEAN, the relations between Southeast Asia and Australia have changed dramatically.

Framing the Islands: Knowledge and Power in Changing Australian Images of 'The South Pacific'

A new and powerful set of images of the South Pacific, and of Pacific islanders, has recently come to prominence within Australia.


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