In the first fifteen years after India became independent, in 1947, it was a keen "norm entrepreneur" in international society, prompting anti-imperialism, anti-racism, nuclear disarmament and the peaceful settlement of disputes.
Parties in opposition and government: exploring alternation in Indonesia's post-authoritarian party system
The existence of party-based opposition is generally accepted as intrinsic to democracy, yet has been deemed lacking in post-authoritarian Indonesia.
In September, Fiji held its first election in eight years, the first under the 2013 constitution, and the first using a common roll of electors with proportion
Even if the leaders of China and Japan can lessen the significant political tensions between North Asia’s two biggest powers, the East China Sea dispute could still spark a bilateral war which might also bring in the United States.
Hierarchy is becoming a central topic in recent International Relations scholarship, and the historical East Asian hierarchy offers an important case study.
Fresh from the lab: What the latest techniques can tell us about how Australians view our major foreign policy challenges
Abstract: The 2008 US Presidential Election introduced the general public to many of the innovative techniques which political scientists and others have developed to analyse survey data, producing increasingly accurate fore