international relations

The Eternal Divide? History and International Relations

George Lawson, ‘The Eternal Divide? History and International Relations’, European Journal of International Relations, 18(2) 2012: 203-26.

The Global Transformation: The Nineteenth Century and the Making of Modern International Relations

Barry Buzan and George Lawson, The Global Transformation: The Nineteenth Century and the Making of Modern International Relations’, International Studies Quarterly, 57(3) 2013: 620-34.

Global Historical Sociology

Julian Go and George Lawson, eds, Global Historical Sociology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017.

The Global Transformation: History, Modernity and the Making of International Relations

Barry Buzan and George Lawson, The Global Transformation: History, Modernity and the Making of International Relations, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015.

Anatomies of Revolution

George Lawson, Anatomies of Revolution, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019.

What are the unintended consequences of Rohingya humanitarian aid on Bangladeshi host communities?

More than 85 percent of the world’s protracted refugee situations (PRS) are hosted by developing countries in the Global South, where the burden of caring for refugees falls on the countries often suffering from their own economic, social, and environmental challenges.

Book Launch by the Governor-General - National Versus Human Security: Australian and Canadian Military Interventions

Join us for the launch of National Versus Human Security : Australian and Canadian Military Interventions by author Dr Gregory MacCallion.

Coral Bell School at ANU Open Day 2019

On Saturday, 31 August, 9am - 4pm The Australian National University will open its doors to everyone and anyone interested in studying at Australia’s top-ranked university.

Program convenors, academics, current students and staff from the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs will be available to speak to you about all of our programs (undergraduate and postgraduate) and will be offering the following information sessions on the day:

The wall that moves: The separation barrier in the West Bank

In this seminar, Dr Umut Ozguc explores the ways in which the separation wall operates as a complex network that brings together diverse social, political and spatial elements in novel ways. The wall generates new connections, codes, and discontinuities in the West Bank. It creates its own fixed and fluid elements, statements, and functions. The wall first empties Palestinian land to occupy it. It then captures that land, its people and resources, and imposes its own behavioral, legal, and institutional codes. These codes are made up of ever-shifting heterogeneous elements.

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