AIIA 2014 National Conference
Foreign Policy for a Top 20 Nation Monday 27 October 2014, Hyatt Hotel, Canberra Since 1924, the Australian Institute of International Affairs...Read More
Africa, Australia and International EducationAfrica is too often seen through a negative lens. At the moment, the continent is making news in Australia for Ebola more than anything else. There is, however, another narrative: one of Africa as a land of opportunity. The Economist ran one of its front pages in 2013 on “Africa Rising: the hopeful continent“. Precisely... More >
by Melissa Conley Tyler
G20: Driving Economy via DemocracyEventually, the G20 must extend its mandate beyond global economy issues and work to influence political change in authoritarian regimes – particularly in the Middle East, argues Turkey’s Taha Özhan. Both in terms of its legitimacy and the size of the populations it represents, the G20 has become one of the most important forums of... More >
by Taha Özhan
G20: Ensuring that Growth is the Good KindA G20 focus on infrastructure investment, long-term financing and implementing necessary structural reforms will ensure global economic growth is more robust. The agenda for this year’s G20 Australian presidency is “leaner” compared to many precious Summits. With a clear goal of stronger and resilient growth, supported by vigorous and robust... More >
by Maria Monica Wihardja
Zone of Crisis is a very apt description of what this very informative book is about. Professor Saikal...
It is fashionable for strategic analysts to claim to understand India’s growing role and the...
The Politics of Climate Change Negotiations: Strategies and Variables in Prolonged International Negotiations
Government leaders from around the world will meet in Paris in November 2015 in the latest attempt to...