CISS Staff Dr. Sarah Phillips comments on how U.S. strategy could empower AQAP in Yemen, in a new article on Foreign Affairs. Click to read the full article.
This new paper on joint venture negotiations, co-written by CISS Honorary Associate Professor Simon Reay Atkinson and Greg Tolhurst (Law, University of Sydney) seeks to show how the uncertainty of each stage of negotiations may be assessed to allow informed decisions to be made and taken. It also seeks to understand the role of law and of lawyers in the negotiation process. Click to read the paper.
CISS Associate Dr. Aim Sinpeng comments on the political context behind the recent Bangkok bombing in an interview with CNBC. Click to watch the interview (if the video doesn't work in Safari, please try a different browser)
CISS Associate Dr. Megan MacKenzie joined two radio show interviews recently to discuss her new book Beyond the Band of Brothers and to comment on women in combat and military roles.
CISS Associate Dr. Megan MacKenzie writes about the myths and stereotypes associated with women in the U.S. military for Foreign Affairs. Read the article here.
CISS Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais newly appointed with the Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asian Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC[11 August 2015]
Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais has recently been appointed as a Senior Associate (Non-resident), Sumitro Chair for Southeast Asian Studies, at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Washington DC, U.S.
Going Digital in Cyberspace[10 August 2015]
CISS Associate Dr. Aim Sinpeng writes in the latest SSPS magazine about the challenges of using ‘big data’ and conducting research in cyberspace. Read the full article here.
Today, the Marie Bashir Institute and Centre for International Security Studies are pleased to release the interim report of Saving Lives: The Civil-Military Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa.
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[30 April 2015]
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.