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  • AIIA at Asian Think Tank Summit

    The Australian Institute of International Affairs (AIIA) was represented at the Third Asian Think Tank Summit by National Executive Director Melissa Conley Tyler. The event was co-organised by the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the ADB Institute...

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  • The Drivers of Australian Foreign, Trade and Security Policies

    On Tuesday evening 19 May at Glover Cottages, Editor at Large for the Australian, Paul Kelly, gave his analysis of the current drivers of Australian foreign, trade and security policies. The success of any nation's foreign policy rested...

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  • The Fund for Peace Interships: Opportunities for Australians in International Affairs and Conflict Assessment

    The Fund for Peace Interships: Opportunities for Australians in International Affairs and Conflict Assessment

    The Fund for Peace The Fund for Peace is an independent, nonpartisan, non-profit research and educational organisation that works in over 50 countries with a wide range of partners in all sectors in order to prevent violent conflict and promote...

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  • Cancellation: Advancing Australia-Macedonia Relations

    Cancellation: Advancing Australia-Macedonia Relations

    Unfortunately due to ongoing domestic issues the Macedonian Foreign Minister has been called to Brussels and will be unable to attend the event in Melbourne on 27 May 2015. The AIIA apologises for any inconvenience.

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  • AIIAV Study Tour to Japan

    AIIAV Study Tour to Japan

    The Australian Institute of International Affairs Victoria is pleased to announce that this year's study tour will be to Japan and we are currently calling for expressions of interest. 9TH SEPTEMBER 2015 TO TUESDAY 22ND SEPTEMBER 2015...

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  • Vale: Michael MacKellar

    Vale: Michael MacKellar

    Former AIIA VIC President The Hon Michael MacKellar AM passed away on 9th May, 2015. Mr MacKellar held five ministerial posts between 1975 and 1982. He was the Minister for Immigration and Ethnic Affairs from 1975 – 1979, the Minister for...

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  • AIIA National Publication Support Grant- Winner Announced

    AIIA National Publication Support Grant- Winner Announced

    The Australian Institute of International Affairs is pleased to announce the recipient of the AIIA publication support grant: 'Arc of instability' or 'arc of opportunity'? Australia's strategy in the South Pacific by Dr Joanne Wallis, to be...

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  • Islam in – and against – History

    UNSW Emeritus Professor Clive Kessler addressed AIIA NSW at Glover Cottages on Tuesday 12 May. His subject was Islam in - and against - History. It was a thought-provoking take on the essential nature of a religion that has spawned much press...

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  • Advancing Australia Macedonia Relations – A Public Lecture Featuring the Macedonia’s Foreign Minister, Nikola Poposki

    The Australian Institute of International Affairs in collaboration with the School of Government at the University of Melbourne and the United Macedonian Diaspora is pleased to host a public lecture featuring the Macedonia’s Foreign...

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  • A Credible India

    At Glover Cottages on Tuesday 5 April, Peter Hartcher, political and international editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, addressed an engaged audience on his impressions of India. He had just been there as part of the Australia-India Walkley...

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