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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.
Research and strategic initiatives
Eglantine Staunton's innovative theoretical framework offers a valuable tool for understanding the interplay between domestic and international norms.
A personal account, in which Dr Aqorau describes the journey of the countries belonging to the Parties of the Nauru Agreement (the PNA) in fighting for control of their tuna resources.
The Handbook covers wide array of themes such as democracy promotion, transitional justice and humanitarianism, as well as the involvement of drones and cyber technology in conflicts.
The book focuses both on how the particular tradition of 'just war' thought has evolved over time and how it has informed the practice of states and the legal architecture of international society.
This book examines core thematic approaches to the Responsibility to Protect (R2P) and analyzes case studies regarding the implementation of this important global norm.
This book argues that for Australia and Canada, the concept of human security works better in practice than it does in theory.