The Changing Central Balance and Australian Policy

Coral Bell, ‘The Changing Central Balance and Australian Policy’, IR Working Paper 1989/1, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pacific Studies, Aust

Angela Merkel declares independence, sort of

In her speech in Frankfurt, Angela Merkel was keen to emphasise that 'We Europeans truly have to take our fate into our own hands'.

Germany’s Lessons for Korea: The Strategic Diplomacy of Unification

Jochen Prantl (APCD) and Kim Hyun-Wook (Korean National Diplomatic Academy) compare notes from Germany and Korea by looking at entry, tipping and endpoints of strategic diplomacy on unification.

The Military Revolution Goes Global: International Relations, History and Western Expansion

International Relations scholarship on the rise of the West is premised on historians’ thesis of a military revolution in early modern Europe: military competition drove the development of tactics, gunpowder technology, and the Westphalian state, innovations that enabled European trans-continental conquests. This paper critiques the military revolution thesis of European expansion and offers an alternative perspective.

Russia, IS and the future of NATO

The years 2014-15 were a watershed for European security.

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