Fractured encounters between locals and Chinese migrant workers in Papua New Guinea: Political economies and post-colonial imaginaries
By arrangement with the Myanmar Constitutional Reform Project (Sydney).
Professor Veronica Taylor, Director, RegNet
U HTAY OO (NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR DEMOCRACY, YANGON)
The TEC project at ANU, funded by the Australian Research Council and the Australian Government's Department of the Environment (DoE) under the ARC Linkage Scheme is nearing its three-year milestone.
Explaining Durable Diversity in International Systems: State, Company, and Empire in the Indian Ocean
Abstract: International Relations theories hold that increased interaction between units in an international system produces convergence in the form of these units. Mechanisms of military competition, rational emulation or normative sociali
It is almost 100 years since the first shots of the First World War rang out.
The SSGM PhD Colloqium will host the best and brightest of SSGM's PhD candidates as they present various topics ranging from 'Post- Conflict' to 'The Role of Education'.
During the Cold War, our defence interests and our economic priorities appeared to be geographically aligned. The ‘west’ and the ‘east’ said it all (or most of it).