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Since its founding, the primary purpose of the Bell School has been grounded in our scholars' ability to conduct and publish academically rigorous, conceptually innovative, world-leading research, and use that knowledge to educate, train, and engage with multiple stakeholders.

We have demonstrated commitment to high quality, multi-disciplinary, and impactful research. We have maintained a strong record of research partnerships with other universities, government agencies, and international organisations. And we have collaborated and helped build capacity with regional partners and local communities.

This book examines everyday inequalities in sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR), and the failure to address them in crisis settings from a feminist international relations (IR) perspectiv
Myanmar: A Political Lexicon book cover
Across sixteen entries the lexicon stages dialogues about political speech and action in this country at the nexus of South, East and Southeast Asia.
The Coalitions Presidents Make: Presidential Power and Its Limits in Democratic Indonesia
How Indonesia has turned its volatile post-authoritarian presidential system into one of the world's most stable.
Resource Nationalism in Indonesia
Dr Eve Warburton traces nationalist policy trajectories in Indonesia back to the preferences of big local business interests.
Chinese Investments in Southeast Asia: Patterns and Significance
Explore Southeast Asia's complex economic ties with China. Goh and Liu's study offers a comprehensive analysis of Chinese investments from 2005 to 2019, revealing political and strategic implications.
Revealing Secrets John Blaxland
Revealing Secrets is a compelling account of Australian Signals intelligence, its efforts at revealing the secrets of other nations, and keeping ours safe.
Islands of Hope: Pan-Pacific Indigenous Resource Management in a Changing Pacific
In the Pacific, as elsewhere, indigenous communities live with the consequences of environmental mismanagement and over-exploitation but rarely benefit from the short-term economic profits.
Sepúlveda on the Spanish Invasion of the Americas: Defending Empire, Debating Las Casas
Translation of the dispute between Juan Ginés de Sepúlveda and Bartolomé de las Casas regarding the justice of Spain's invasion of the Americas, peaking in their famous debate in Valladolid in 1550-51