February 2022

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08
Feb
2022

Means of production and male offspring in the Chinese post-socialist transition

Fangqi Wen
Previous research has documented that in many dimensions gender equality has deteriorated in former socialist countries. In this study, we incorporate Engels’ private property-monogamy thesis and discussions in the market transition debate to examine the impact of economic privatisation on...

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10
Feb
2022

International politics and climate security in small island developing states

Athaulla Rasheed
Athaulla Rasheed’s doctoral research proposes to explore the impact of small island developing states (SIDS) in building international awareness about climate security. The research will particularly focus on the UN Security Council (UNSC) debates on climate change. While the UNSC has raised the...

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14
Feb
2022

Inside the mind of war: The logic of John Boyd

Stephen Robinson
Colonel John Boyd (1927-1997), a maverick fighter pilot, revolutionized the art of war through his ideas on conflict, the human mind and manoeuvre warfare theory. Boyd’s ideas triggered a revolution within the American military and maneuver warfare concepts became doctrine during the 1980s...

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28
Feb
2022

Governance gaps and accountability traps in the global shift to renewable energy

Susan Park
About the speaker Susan Park is a Professor in International Relations at the University of Sydney. Her research examines the rise, spread and efficacy of accountability mechanisms that have been created by Multilateral Development Banks in order to redress the negative impacts of development...

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