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AIIA NSW AGM Is there a duty to intervene in armed conflicts on humanitarian grounds? Taiwan’s Place in Chinese history:  an update

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  • AIIA NSW AGM

    AIIA NSW AGM 2014 Our Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 14th at 6pm at the Glover Cottages and we are seeking nominations for the roles of members of our governing body, the AIIA NSW council, and for the posts of president, vice president, and treasurer. Forms for this purpose are on the AIIA website. Both those nominated and...

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  • Is there a duty to intervene in armed conflicts on humanitarian grounds?

    Is there a duty to intervene in armed conflicts on humanitarian grounds?

    2014 has been a year of unfolding crises and conflict. Armed conflict has surged in the Middle East as the situation in Syria deteriorates, and Iraq finds itself once again in the grasp of terrorism. Meanwhile, tension in the Ukraine threatens to spill over into an armed war. In the shadows of each of these conflicts lies a troubling humanitarian...

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  • Taiwan’s Place in Chinese history:  an update

    Taiwan’s Place in Chinese history: an update

    China makes many territorial claims on the basis of history. However, when we examine these claims, we may discover that they lack merit. One such case is Taiwan, a nation of 23 million people (the same as Australia) that has democratised in the past twenty-five years. Taiwan had no permanent Chinese communities until the Dutch (1624-1662) imported...

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