international relations

Does Australia have a ‘one China’, ‘two Chinas’ or ‘one China, one Taiwan’ policy – or all three?

Australia’s current position reflects a curious Confucian obfuscation between a foreign policy that recognises one China and a strategic policy that doesn’t.

Putin, Xi friendship ‘driven by their hatred for West’

The conjoining of Beijing and Moscow’s strategic ambitions increases the potential for conflict in the world.

The Implications and Imperfections of Practice

Kirsten Ainley, ‘The Implications and Imperfections of Practice’, Human Rights Review, 12(2) 2011: 241-246.

The International Criminal Court on Trial

Kirsten Ainley, ‘The International Criminal Court on Trial’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, 24(3) 2011: 309-333.

Excesses of Responsibility: The Limits of Law and the Possibilities of Politics

Kirsten Ainley, ‘Excesses of Responsibility: The Limits of Law and the Possibilities of Politics’, Ethics & International Affairs, 25(4) 2011: 407-431.

Evaluating the Evaluators: Transitional Justice and the Contest of Values

Kirsten Ainley, Evaluating the Evaluators: Transitional Justice and the Contest of Values, International Journal of Transitional Justice, 11(3) 2017: 421-422.

International Criminal Justice on/and Film

Kirsten Ainley, Stephen Humphreys, and Immi Tallgren, ‘International Criminal Justice on/and Film’, London Review of International Law, 6(1) 2018: 3-15.

Understanding International Relations

Chris Brown and Kirsten Ainley, Understanding International Relations, 4th edn, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2009.

IB 2020/05 American Strategic Considerations Drive Compact Negotiations in Micronesia: Part 2

In a flurry of activity over the last nine months, the United States has rediscovered the strategic value of the freely associated states in Micronesia.

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