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.
Dr. Aim Sinpeng and Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais will both join a policy roundtable this Friday on "Politics in Action: Democratic Updates from Southeast Asia" to discuss their research on Thailand and Cambodia respectively.
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott will present a paper on the World Health Organisation and global health security at the United Nations Association of Australia (UNAA) NSW Conference taking place on Friday July 22nd.
Adam Kamradt-Scott to join panel of responders for global health security event at the Sydney Law School
Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott will be joining a panel of responders on today's (Wednesday 20 July) Distinguished Speakers Program "Advancing Global and National Health Security" at the Sydney Law School.
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.
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.
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais was recently featured on Bloomberg to discuss the recent South China Sea ruling and the next steps for China and the Philippines in resolving the issue. Watch the video here.
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan's review article on US-China relations in the Asia-Pacific was recently published in the Chatham House flagship journal International Affairs. Click to read the review article.
On the occasion of the the Australian premiere of 'Zero Days' at the 2016 Sydney Film Festival, the Centre for International Security Studies presents this special podcast of a conversation between CISS Director James Der Derian and the award-winning documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney, recorded shortly after the remarkable trifecta screenings at the 2015 Sydney Film Festival of Gibney's 'Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief'; 'Mr. Dynamite: The Rise of James Brown'; and 'Steve Job: The Man in the Machine.'
Violence and the Contradictory Coexistence of Peace and Conflict in the Asia Pacific Region[16 June 2016]
CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais wrote a piece for the Middle East Institute introducing the current crisis in the South China Sea and reflecting on the 1956 Suez Crisis. The article criticises the strategies used by leading states to become the "dominant identity" by provoking violence in seemingly non-violent environments for one purpose only: maintaining hegemony.
CISS Associate, Dr. Christopher Neff has commented on the recent Orlando shooting on ABC's program The Drum and The Canberra Times.
Professor James Der Derian and Dr. Sarah Phillips represented the Centre at last Friday's New Voices Conference on Technology, Terrorism and the State in the 21st Century, hosted by the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Canberra.
ESRC GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY WORKSHOP: 'Examining the role of the private sector in health-related humanitarian response'[7 December 2015]
The entry of for-profit organisations in health-related humanitarian response has been a relatively new phenomenon, but the move towards what some have described as the “privatization” of humanitarian response has been observed across multiple humanitarian-related areas and activities, particularly in the areas of medical aid, surveillance and logistics. Visit this post to watch the individual video presentations from the ESRC Public Lecture.