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What's next after ISIS?

ISIS did not bring about peace in the Middle East and the void was filled by old conflicts and new ambitions. We explore what these mean now and in the future for the Middle East. [More]
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What's next after ISIS?

ISIS did not bring about peace in the Middle East and the void was filled by old conflicts and new ambitions. We explore what these mean now and in the future for the Middle East.

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The Foreign Policy White Paper

Following its publication in November 2017, how is the white paper being implemented six months later? Has it really changed anything? Discuss these questions with former Australian Ambassador, Cavan Hogue. [More]
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The Foreign Policy White Paper

Following its publication in November 2017, how is the white paper being implemented six months later? Has it really changed anything? Discuss these questions with former Australian Ambassador, Cavan

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Decline of the Middle Class... Decline of the West?

Several commentators in the West (notably Charles Murray [‘Coming Apart’], Joel Kotkin [The New Class Conflict'], Allan Ornstein[‘Class Counts’]) have documented the socio-economic decline of the Middle Classes in the West over the last two decades or so. And they also draw the intriguing inference that – at the same time as we stand at the beginning of the Asian Century of economic & political dominance – the decline of the West is crucially related to that Middle Class decline in... [More]
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Decline of the Middle Class... Decline of the West?

Several commentators in the West (notably Charles Murray [‘Coming Apart’], Joel Kotkin [The New Class Conflict'], Allan Ornstein[‘Class Counts’]) have documented the socio-economic decline of the

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Refugee Women: A Reflection on Human Rights in Australia

Gender has commonly been neglected in the prevailing interpretation of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. However, gender can play an important role in shaping experiences of persecution. SUGGESTED READING Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, 189 UNTS 151 (entered into force on 22 April 1954). A Roberts, Gender and Refugee Law (2002), 22 Australian Yearbook of International Law 160, 164 H Crawley, Refugees and Gender: Law and Process (2001), 21–26,... [More]
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Refugee Women: A Reflection on Human Rights in Australia

<p>Gender has commonly been neglected in the prevailing interpretation of the 1951 Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. However, gender can play an important role in shaping experiences of

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International War Crimes Tribunals

Take a closer look at the history and legacy of International War Crimes Tribunals. Without such a forum there would be no method for assuring that the masterminds and perpetrators of genocide and other war crimes are held responsible and taken to justice. Explore the history of the International Criminal Court, officially established in 2002 and located in The Hague' as well as its famous ‘forerunners’, the Nuremberg and Tokyo Trials. PLANNED LEARNING OUTCOMES By the end of this... [More]
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International War Crimes Tribunals

<p>Take a closer look at the history and legacy of International War Crimes Tribunals. Without such a forum there would be no method for assuring that the masterminds and perpetrators of genocide and

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The CIA in Latin America: History, Culture, Rebellion

Since its establishment in the early post-war years, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has run controversial operations on a global scale, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean. Phillip Agee, a key CIA defector after his postings in Mexico, Uruguay and Ecuador (1959-1969), first exposed its operations in the region and links to foreign capital in his CIA Diary (1975). It sold a million copies in its first months; an official ban in much of Latin America only... [More]
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The CIA in Latin America: History, Culture, Rebellion

Since its establishment in the early post-war years, the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) has run controversial operations on a global scale, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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The Unstoppable Rise of Radical Right-Wing Populism in the West

The socio-economic factors identified as producing a surge of radical right-wing Populism show no sign of abating. The rise of Populism promises new political challenges in Australia & elsewhere such as ‘ can the Centre hold’; the integration of immigrants & refugees/asylum-seekers; rising, entrenched inequalities; fiercely contested street-politics and more. [More]
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The Unstoppable Rise of Radical Right-Wing Populism in the West

The socio-economic factors identified as producing a surge of radical right-wing Populism show no sign of abating. The rise of Populism promises new political challenges in Australia & elsewhere such

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