The 6 October 1976 massacre and coup not only ended the nearly three years of prior open politics, but was also the beginning of an extended period of arbitrary detention and torture of citizens who came to be seen as dissident “dangers to society,” Co
The Strategic & Defence Studies Centre (ANU) and the Australian Centre for the Study of Armed Conflict and Society (UNSW Canberra) are pleased to announce an international conference that explores the future of mil
My research explores the nature of Islamic education systems in Indonesia and Malaysia and the different approaches taken by the states in both countries to manage them.
Few questions in international development and comparative politics have generated as much debate and scholarship as that exploring the relationship between democracy and development. The relevance and stakes of this question have never been sharper.
My study investigates the contemporary separatist movements’ ideological transformations in southern Thailand since the 1980s. The year 2004 marked a dramatic surge of violence in Pattani, Yala, Narathiwat and some parts of Songkhla provinces.
If liberalism’s confidence in the spread of democracy and free markets captured the zeitgeist of the 1990s, the more pessimistic outlook associated with classical realism increasingly seems a better match for today’s world.