Events

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

01
Sep
2015

The Politics of Aristocracy in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia: Evidence from the Field

Bayu Dardias

After Indonesia’s democratisation began in 1998, some areas have witnessed the political revival of local aristocrats, while in other areas, the traditional nobility failed to stage a comeback.

01
Sep
2015

Intimate Rivals – Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China with Sheila A. Smith from the Council on Foreign Relations

Dr Sheila Smith

Presented by the National Security College and the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre

04
Sep
2015

Symposium on empire, humanitarianism, and R2P

Dr Jacinta O'Hagan, Tomoko Akami, Cecilia Jacob, Lana Moore
Symposium on empire, humanitarianism, and R2P 
Held in honor of Cindy O’Hagan who will soon be leaving us for sunny Brisbane 
 
07
Sep
2015

State of the Pacific Conference 2015

Various Speakers; TBA
The third annual State of the Pacific conference, hosted by the State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program, will be held on 7-9th September 2015 at the Australian National University. A showcase for research on the Pacific region, the conference aims to bring together academics, policy makers, business leaders, civil society representatives and the media to discuss the important nexus between research and policy. Through the themes of Papua New Guinea at 40, Gender in the Pacific, Challenges and Opportunities Associated with Land, Environment and Extractive Industries, and Transitions...
07
Sep
2015

State of the Pacific 2015 - Book Launch Day 1

Various Speakers
We are pleased to be launching a series of books edited and authored by SSGM Scholars during the State of the Pacific 2015 Conference
07
Sep
2015

Dealing with Threats in Tumultuous Times: International Security and Cooperation

General Jim Mattis
In this talk, General Mattis, former commander of US Central Command discusses the changing security environment.
08
Sep
2015

State of the Pacific 2015 - Book Launch Day 2

Various Speakers
We are pleased to be launching a series of books edited and authored by SSGM Scholars during the State of the Pacific 2015 Conference
10
Sep
2015

PNG at 40: Public Lecture Series

Mr Sam Koim

The State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program (SSGM) in partnership with the Papua New Guinea Canberra Students Association (PNGCSA) are hosting a series of public lectures in the lead up to and on the 40th anniversary of the Papua New Guinea’

15
Sep
2015

PNG at 40: Public Lecture Series

Hon Chief John Momis, President of the Autonomous Region of Bougainville

The State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program (SSGM) in partnership with the Papua New Guinea Canberra Students Association (PNGCSA) are hosting a series of public lectures to mark the 40th anniversary of the Papua New Guinea’s independence.

16
Sep
2015

PNG at 40: Public Lecture Series

His Excellency Mr Charles W Lepani

The State, Society and Governance in Melanesia Program (SSGM) in partnership with the Papua New Guinea Canberra Students Association (PNGCSA) are hosting a series of public lectures to mark the 40th anniversary of the Papua New Guinea’s independence.

22
Sep
2015
24
Sep
2015

Book Launch: East Timor Intervention: A retrospective on INTERFET

Dr John Blaxland, Lieutenant General Angus Campbell
Book Launch: East Timor Intervention: A retrospective on INTERFET, edited by Dr John Blaxland
 
Launched by: Lieutenant General Angus Campbell
 

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