Rebecca Adler-Nissen is Associate Professor at the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen. She received the Nils Klim Prize for excellent research within the social sciences. The Nils Klim Prize is an annual prize, which is awarded to promising scholars under the age of 35. Adler-Nissen’s research primarily revolves around international political sociology, sovereignty and diplomacy. She is currently involved in research projects on images in international security, status and stigma.
Two articles produced by CISS members have topped the best read articles of 2014 in the Australian Book Review.
Asia remains a region of vertical and potential horizontal nuclear proliferation, despite the limited progress in the early 1990s. Driven by a combination of threat perceptions, domestic factors, and lack of effective multilateral security institutions, the region continues to face significant proliferation challenges. Find his chapter in The Oxford Handbook of the Internaitonal Relations of Asia.
The latest article by CISS associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais on Myanmar has been published by the Asian Studies Association of Australia. In this article Dr Bogais writes that "the term ‘Religious apartheid in Myanmar’ is an appropriate term to use to describe the racial violence and segregation that is enshrined at all levels of Myanmar institutions and state practices against the Rohyngya people.
Tsuneo Nishida meets CISS Faculty[26 February 2015]
A group of CISS faculty met Mr. Nishida to discuss future collaborations with the University of Sydney
CISS at the 56th Annual ISA Convention[6 February 2015]
CISS staff and associates head to New Orleans for the 56th Annual ISA Convention. Below you will find the list of the panels, roundtables, and presentations during the event. For more detailed information, visit the ISA website
Black oil, red budgets: how long can Gulf states endure low prices?[5 February 2015]
CISS Lecturer, Dr. Jennifer Hunt is interviewed for The Conversation on energy and economic security in the Gulf region.
Charlie Hebdo's Irreverent Role in French Life[9 January 2015]
University of Sydney's Charlotte Epstein explains Charlie Hebdo's irreverent role in French life. She speaks with Bloomberg TV's Asia Edge with Angie Lau.
WHO must remain a strong global health leader post Ebola[9 January 2015]
An open letter of support for the World Health Organization authored by CISS' Adam Kamradt-Scott, and signed by 94 other public health and international relations experts, has today been published in The Lancet.