Dr. Sarah Phillips writes about the political develoments of Oman and Somaliland on the DLP Blog. Click to read the full op-ed.
Lecture on Travels in Quantum Realities by Professor James Der Derian at St Andrews University, Scotland
The University of St Andrews School of International Relations in Scotland invited Professor Der Derian to present this year's Senior Scholar Symposium. He will give a public lecture on "Travels in Quantum Realities", present a PHD seminar, respond to a roundtable discussion of his work, and screen his documentary "Project Z" during the three-day event.
CISS Associate Dr. Megan Mackenzie commented on a recent article on The Guardian about gender restrictions on combat roles in the Australian defence force.
New updates to the Q2 Symposium blog[6 July 2015]
Visit the qsymposium.net for new updates to the blog by Q rapporteur Benjamin Foldy, and new video clips of some of the speakers who presented at this year's Q2 Symposium.
Carnegie Corporation of New York Announces Major Grant for New Quantum Project by the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney[19 May 2015]
Who will benefit from and who will be harmed by the advent of quantum computing, communications and control? Are networked media, global surveillance and data-mining already producing quantum effects in world politics? Will a quantum revolution bring us better climate change forecasts, medical breakthroughs and increased cybersecurity? Or might it present us with feral algorithms, malicious artificial intelligence, and greater insecurity?