Jonathan Bogais' essay on peace and conflict in the Asia Pacific region highlighted in the latest NTS-Asia e-newsletter
CISS member Jonathan Bogais wrote an essay on the violence and contradictory coexistence of peace and conflict in the Asia Pacific region for the Middle East Institute, which was just highlighted in the September issue of the NTS-Asia Bulletin.
Congratulations to CISS members Dr. Justin Hastings and Dr. Sarah Phillips for being awarded the Stephen Ellis Prize for the Most Innovative Article published in the African Affairs journal.
Project Q featured in article on quantum technologies and international relations published in Foreign Affairs
Project Q led by Professor James Der Derian was recently featured in an article that explores the effects and implications of new quantum technologies on intenrationa relations, which was published on Foreign Affairs. Click to read the article.
Jonathan Bogais comments on Cambodia's political unrest and the new initiative to address the Rohingya issue by the Myanmar Government
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais was recently interviewed to comment on on the political unrest in Cambodia as well as a new initiative to address the Rohingya issue in Myanmar.
CISS Associate, Dr. Minglu Chen spoke to JUNKEE in response to the controversy and what it means for the Australian-Chinese relationship.
CISS Director, James Der Derian spoke with E-International Relations (E-IR) about his research in quantum and security studies, and discussed the current state of international relations. Click to read the full interview.
Watch the full 8th Annual Michael Hintze Lecture in International Security presented by Sir Hew Strachan
The full recorded lecture by Sir Hew Strachan titled "The Great War and Today's World" is now available online for viewing. Sir Strachan presented his lecture for the 8th Annual Michael Hintze Lecture in International Security this year.
CISS Director, Professor James Der Derian recently spoke to Bloomberg about Donald Trump securing the Republication nomination for president, and the turmoil in Turkey. Watch the full interview here.
Jonathan Bogais invited to present special lectures on his work in the Asia Pacific region at the Thammasat University in Bangkok[30 August 2016]
CISS associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais will be attending the Thammasat University in Bangkok next week to present two seminars at the German-Southeast Asian Center of Excellene for Public Policy and Good Governance.
"Project Z" film review: 'Norbert's Nightmares: On Zombie Wars, with a Nod to Cybernetics'[17 August 2016]
Project Z: The Final Global Event which was written by Professor James Der Derian and directed by Phillip Gara has been reviewed on Feedback, a community project of Open Humanities Press.
What are the implications of Thailand's referendum?[8 August 2016]
CISS Associate, Dr. Aim Sinpeng discussed the political conflict riddling Thailand's referendum on the constitutional draft with CNBC last weekend. Click to watch the interview.
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott will present a keynote speech on 'Multisectoral planning for making Healthy Cities' at the upcoming Safe Cities Conference in Melbourne this August.
Fifteen nations placed on genocide watchlist[5 August 2016]
CISS Associate, Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith has urged 'intensive monitoring' of nations facing significant risk of genocide, as part of the University of Sydney's Atrocity Forecasting Project of which he is chief investigator.
Highlights of the Michael Hintze Lecture "The Great War and Today's World" by Sir Hew Strachan on ABC Radio Big Ideas Program[2 August 2016]
Highlights from the Michael Hintze Lecture presented by Sir Hew Strachan will be broadcast on ABC Radio's Big Ideas program at 8.00pm on Tuesday, August 2nd.
CISS members to discuss security and economic diplomacy in SEA and China at ASEAN Forum 2016[27 July 2016]
Sir Hew Strachan on last night's ABC Radio program on the failure of western military strategy[19 July 2016]
Sir Hew Strachan (University of St Andrew), who will be presenting the 8th Annual Michael Hintze Lecture in International Security today, was on ABC Radio National's Late Night Live program to talk about the failure of western military strategy, and the lessons we can gather from past conflicts in hopes of preventing another global war.