Past events

02
Aug
2022

Career pathways: Meet potential employers

Various

Does international affairs fascinate you? Gaining insights from industry representatives can help you clarify your career aspirations and make informed choices.

ANU Careers and the Coral...

01
Aug
2022

Why did Russia attack Ukraine and what are its geopolitical implications?

Emeritus Professor Paul Dibb

This ANU Public Lecture will examine why President Putin decided to invade Ukraine and what the implications are for international order, including the risk of a wider war in Europe and the...

26
Jul
2022

Drones and Global Order: Reflections on Ukraine

Various

Following the terrorist attacks of 9/11, the U.S. inaugurated the use of armed Unmanned Aerial Vehicles or drones to combat terrorists. Since then, drones have proliferated broadly. Over 102...

19
Jul
2022

An eventful year ahead in Thai Politics and Foreign Policy: Change or continuity?

Various

Eight years on from the 2014 military coup d’état, Thailand seems poised for political change. After years of youth-led protests, and slowing economic growth, the pressure is mounting on the...

12
Jul
2022

The reversal progress of Thai clientelism: The return of authoritarian bureaucratic polity after the dawn of electoral democracy

Viengrat Nethipo

Viengrat Nethipo’s recent Thai book, Uppatham kam Krai [Clientelism and Election in the Thai Authoritarian Regime, is the source for this talk. The book investigates changes in the clientelism...

05
Jul
2022

2022 John Gee Memorial Lecture - The future of IAEA safeguards, and the future of global security

Ambassador Rafael Mariano Grossi

Please note the change of venue for this event. A reception will follow the lecture where refreshments will be served.

About the speakerMr Rafael Mariano Grossi is Director-General,...

Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos Jr. Image from BBM Facebook page
23
Jun
2022

From Duterte to Marcos Jr

Various

This online forum examines the transition from the Duterte administration to the incoming presidency of Marcos Jr. With the Duterte presidency widely considered a rupture in Philippine politics,...

21
Jun
2022

The Return of the Marcoses: What’s Ahead for the Philippines?

Paul Hutchcroft

The 9 May 2022 elections in the Philippines produced a landslide victory for presidential candidate Ferdinand ‘Bongbong’ Marcos, Jr., the only son of ‘conjugal dictators’ Ferdinand and Imelda...

20
Jun
2022

Searching for supply: RAAF expansion and US Operational Aircraft, 1935-1941

Dr Liam Kane

When Japan attacked European and US possessions in the Asia-Pacific on 7-8 December 1941, the Australian government had more combat aircraft on order from American firms than Australian and...

14
Jun
2022

Interpreting the role of ideology in Myanmar's revolutionary situation

Nick Ross

When Myanmar’s military deposed a semi-civilian government about to resume office in February 2021 after an election the previous November, some observers viewed this as taking the country back...

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