Events

November 2014

03
Nov
2014

Normative Power India?

Dr Ian Hall

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.

03
Nov
2014

Papua New Guinea: Where From? Where To? Learning from the Julian Moti Affair

Mr Sumasy Singin - Papua New Guinea Consul-General

Abstract: Mr.

05
Nov
2014

Fiji: Return to Democracy Workshop

Stewart Firth @ Various TBA

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

11
Nov
2014

'Informality and "the Idea of the Town" in Hubert Murray's Papua'

John Conroy

The paper follows my study of informality among Chinese and indigenous Tolai in German New Guinea (GNG), where the goal was to impose conformity with a German  ideology of 'national-economic purpose'.

17
Nov
2014

How Hierarchic was the Historical East Asian System?

Dr Feng Zhang

Hierarchy is becoming a central topic in recent International Relations scholarship, and the historical East Asian hierarchy offers an important case study.

18
Nov
2014

Promoting the human rights of people with HIV, men who have sex with men, and transgenders in Papua New Guinea

Tim Leach – PhD Candidate, School of Culture, History and Language, ANU

Igat Hope is the national organisation for people living with HIV in Papua New Guinea (PNG). Kapul Champions is the national organisation for men who have sex with men (or men with diverse sexualities) and transgenders in PNG.

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