foreign policy

Lost at Sea: Australia in the Turbulence of World Politics

Christian Reus-Smit, ‘Lost at Sea: Australia in the Turbulence of World Politics’, IR Working Paper 2002/04, Canberra: Department of International Relations, Research School of Pac

Creating "Good International Citizens": Middle Powers and Domestic Political Institutions

Jeremy Youde and Tracy Hoffmann Slagter, ‘Creating “Good International Citizens”: Middle Powers and Domestic Political Institutions’, Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations

Selling the State: State Branding as a Political Resource in South Africa

Jeremy Youde, ‘Selling the State: State Branding as a Political Resource in South Africa’, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, 5(2) 2009: 126‒40.

Why Look East? Zimbabwean Foreign Policy and China

Jeremy Youde, ‘Why Look East? Zimbabwean Foreign Policy and China’, Africa Today, 53(3) 2007: 3‒19.

Blood Year: Islamic State and the Failures of the War on Terror

"We’re now in the fifteenth year since 9/11 and, horrible though it is to contemplate, we may be nowhere close to the end of the War on Terror.

Seminar: Thailand's Strategic Culture

Thailand’s external security policy is mostly considered in terms of its traditionally astute foreign policy.

Convergence and divergence: the paradox of US-China relations

The US-China relationship - arguably the most consequential bilateral relationship in the world - is defined by an abiding paradox: while the two countries

Special Seminar: Xi Jinping's "New Confucian" Foreign Policy

This talk will outline the results of a long-t

Australia's digital diplomacy failing

Failing to exploit the net for foreign policy gain limits our global influence, argues DANIELLE CAVE.

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