CISS Director, Professor James Der Derian wrote an article for a special feature about war in the cyber age on the Berggruen Institute's Zócalo Public Square. Click to read the full article.
Head of the School of Social and Political Studies and CISS associate member Professor Simon Tormey co-authored an article about the changing political landscape for Spanish democracy as part of the Sydney Democracy Network's Democracy Futures project. Click to read the full article.
CISS member Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais will be attending the NTS-Asia Consortium Annual Conference to present a talk on and discuss matters on "Climate Change and Sustainable Development Goals in Asia Pacific". The conference is being held in Singapore, and is organised by the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), of which CISS has a partnership with.
CISS Director, Professor James Der Derian was interviewed on last night's Capital Connection on CNBC to talk about the recent London attack. Click to watch the full interview.
Fulbright Anne Wexler Scholar, Sophie Hollingsworth from New York University joins the University of Sydney to study our world-leading Master of Health Security, which was organised by CISS' Associate Professor Adam Kamradt-Scott.
CISS associate Dr. Christopher Neff was recently quoted in this Smithsonian magazine article. Click to read the full article.
We interviewed our new Visiting Fellows and asked them about their work and research projects here in Sydney.
CISS' cybersecurity expert Dr. Frank Smith will be spending the semester at Berkeley's Centre for Long-Term Cybersecurity (CLTC) as a visiting scholar to research cybersecurity and quantum technology.
CISS Visiting Fellow Cindy Vestergaard wrote an op-ed on the use of the nerve agent VX in the recent death of Kim Jong-nam in Malaysia, highlighting its implications on international organisations. Click to read the full piece, published on Stimson's website.
CISS Visiting Fellow Cindy Vestergaard was speaking at the Australian National University in Canberra today, on a roundtable at the Energy Change Institute on ‘Governing Uranium: How shifting geographies are impacting global uranium trade.’ Later in the afternoon, she presented at ANU’s Department of Physics on ‘The Starting Point of Nuclear Safeguards: History and Clarifications.'
CISS visiting fellow Dr. Cindy Vestergaard recently commented on apparent use of a dangerous nerve toxin VX in the murder of Kim Jong Nam in Malaysia. Click to read the full article via The Washington Post.
Project Q debuts sneak preview of forthcoming documentary at the annual ISA conference[24 February 2017]
At a special roundtable at the International Studies Association (ISA) meeting in Baltimore, Director of CISS, Professor James Der Derian presented the teaser for the documentary film Project Q: The Question of Quantum.
Sino-Indian Relations in the Modi-Xi Era[15 February 2017]
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan's latest paper on Sino-Indian relations in Xi Jinping-Narendra Modi era was recently published by the Future Directions International website. Click to read the full paper.
Seoul considers relatiation after 'success' of North Korea missile test[15 February 2017]
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan was quoted in this article about the recent North Korean missile test in The Times.
CISS members attend the ISA Conference in Baltimore this February[10 February 2017]
CISS will be represented by a large cohort of members joining panels, roundtables and forum events at the upcoming ISA Conference in Baltimore this month.
Project Q is highlighted in this new piece on 'quantum philanthropy'[9 February 2017]
Program director for international peace and security at the Carnegie Corporation of New York, Stephen Del Rosso, writes in The Chronicle of Philanthropy on the increasing need for philanthropists to help further public understanding of the societal implications of quantum innovation, highlighting Project Q’s leading role in the effort.
What are Donald Trump's Foreign Policy Plans in Asia?[8 February 2017]
Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais discussed Donald Trump's foreign policy plans in Asia, including trade and security, on Bloomberg earlier this month. Click to watch the full video.
Bangladesh's controversial relocation plan for Rohingya refugees[8 February 2017]
Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais was featured on a podcast episode by independent current affairs radio station The Wire to discuss the controversial new relocation plan for Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh. Click to listen to the podcast.
CISS member Dr. Frank Smith will give a keynote presentation at the Future Leaders Series on Cyber Security in February. The event is organised by Young Australians in International Affairs, a not for profit organisation committed to engaging young Australians in international affairs and foreign policy.
Five predictions for China in 2017[1 February 2017]
CISS members Jonathan Bogais and Justin Hastings provided predictions for China in 2017 in this news feature. Click to read.
Read the latest report by Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan published by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI) on Sino-US military exchanges between 2001-2016. Click here for the full report.
Associate Professor Charlotte Epstein was recently interviewed by online journal E-IR about her thoughts on the status of international relations today. Click to read the full interview.
Two articles by Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan have recently been published on the Asian Journal of Peacebuilding and the Journal of Current Chinese Affairs.