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  • Australia India Dialogue Report

    The AIIA has published a summary of proceedings report for the Australia India Dialogue held last month in Melbourne. The dialogue aimed to promote greater understanding and cooperation between Australia and India by bringing together...

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  • Books from Casey Library Available to AIIA members

    Another round of books is available for those willing to provide them with new home. As usual, they are free, and those members wishing to get their hands on one or several of the books on the list can collect from the National Office or only...

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  • AIIA NSW President urges arts graduates to think about future science

    AIIA NSW president Colin Chapman has urged arts and communications graduates to keep a much closer watch on global developments and science in a world where it’s likely they may live to 100, and not only change jobs many times but also the...

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  • Julie Bishop’s First Six Months

    The recent blog post, ‘Julie Bishop’s first six months (and first 43 speeches)’, by AIIA National Director Melissa Conley Tyler takes stock of Julie Bishop's first six month as Australia's first female Foreign...

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  • Australian Journal of International Affairs Boyer Prize 2013

    The AIIA congratulates Morten B. Pedersen of UNSW Canberra for winning the 2013 Boyer Prize. His paper, ‘How to promote human rights in the world’s most repressive states: lessons from Myanmar’, published in Volume 67, Issue...

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  • North Korea and Human Rights: Tolerating the Intolerable

    In a sobering assessment of the current Kim Jong-Un regime in Pyongyang, Clint Work challenges us with his bleak and sobering assessments of future prospects for Korean reunification. "While history is littered with dastardly examples of...

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  • She’ll Be Right: the Australian Temperament and International Affairs

    The recent blog post, ‘She’ll Be Right: the Australian Temperament and International Affairs?’, by AIIA National Director Melissa Conley Tyler illustrates how Australia views current issues in international affairs. Australia...

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  • Is the Age of Intervention Over?

    Speech to Chatham House, London by Professor Michael Ignatieff, Professor of Practice, Harvard University; Centennial Chair, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs; Chair: Lindsey Hilsum, International Editor, Ch. 4 News. Professor...

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  • Lowy Director Press Club Address

    Dr Michael Fullilove is the Executive Director of the Lowy Institute for International Policy. He will be delivering a speech titled 'A Larger Australia'. Dr Michael Fullilove writes widely on Australian foreign policy, US foreign...

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  • ABC International CEO on the network’s future

    With foreign minister Julie Bishop considering the future of the DFAT-funded Australia Network, operated under contract by ABC International, ABCI CEO Lynley Marshall talks of future plans, including a new business program featuring Network 7...

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