CISS Associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais, talks to Cambodian government spokesman Mr Phay Siphan live on Channel News Asia’s “Between the Lines” as Cambodia is on the brink of a political crisis.
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan recently commented on an article published by CNN about the involvement of China in the war against the Islamic State. Click to read the full article.
A/Professor Jingdong Yuan to visit the National University of Singapore as Senior Visiting Research Fellow
Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan has been appointed a Senior Visiting Research Fellow with the East Asian Institute at the National University of Singapore.
CISS Intern and PhD candidate Jiye Kim recently wrote about the rising tensions between US and China over a dispute in the South China Sea. Her article was published on The Conversation and can be read here.
CISS associate, Adjunct Associate Professor Jonathan Bogais, recently wrote an article for the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) in Washington DC in which he warned that regardless of the elections results in Myanmar, violence against the Muslim Rohingya will continue with the potential for another 'boat-people' crisis.
Today, the Marie Bashir Institute and Centre for International Security Studies are pleased to release the final report of Saving Lives: The Civil-Military Response to the 2014 Ebola Outbreak in West Africa.
Jingdong Yuan speaks to Bloomberg's Rishaad Salamat on the importance of the trilateral talks between Japan, China and South Korea.
CISS Associate Professor discusses the symbolism and relevanc of this Asian Summit where Japan, South Korea and Chine pledge to rebuild cooperation among them.
China Radio International (CRI) interview with Professor Jingdong Yuan on Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit toVietnam and Singapore.
Some of the questions asked to Professor Yuan to comment on were what is the background to President Xi's visits? How are China's bilateral relations with Vietnam and Singapore developing? And what issues might be addressed in the leaders' talks?
Xi-Ma summit to focus on cross-strait stability[10 November 2015]
A/Professor Jingdong Yuan recently joined CNBC for a live interview to discuss the recent China-Taiwan summit in Singapore, and the relationship between Xi Jin-ping and Ma Ying-jeou. Click here to watch the interview.
Book Launch: "Managing Global Health Security" and "Disease Diplomacy" by CISS Senior Lecturer Dr. Adam Kamradt-Scott.[7 November 2015]
The Centre for International Security Studies and the Marie Bashir Institute for Infectious Diseases and Biosecurity invites you to attend the book launch of 'Managing Global Health Security: The World Health Organisation and disease outbreak control' and 'Disease Diplomacy: International Norms and Global Health Security' by Dr. Adam Kamradt-Scott.
CISS Associate and sessional lecturer, Dr. Jennifer Hunt recently wrote an opinion piece about the business and trade of armed drones, published on The Lowy Interpreter. Click through to read the article.
HBO premieres 'The Diplomat' about the life of Richard C. Holbrooke[4 November 2015]
A new documentary on the late American diplomat Richard Holbrooke has just premiered on HBO, which features clips from one his last personal interviews with CISS Director, Professor James Der Derian.
Consolidating control in cyberspace[28 October 2015]
CISS Associate, Dr. Aim Sinpeng discusses the implications behind the 'great firewall of Thailand' and what it means for the battle over information control in Thailand, in a new article published on policyforum.net. Click to read.
More technology doesn't mean less inequality[27 October 2015]
CISS Associate Dr. Aim Sinpeng discusses the link between digital technologies and development in a new op-ed published on The Conversation. Click to read the full article.
CISS Associate Dr. Megan MacKenzie recently spoke at one of the many special talks run by Raising the Bar Sydney 2015, on her research in women on the frontline and GI Jane. Listen to the full recording of Dr. MacKenzie's talk here.
Jingdong Yuan comments on China's Communist Party Liu Yunshan's visit to North Korea for AP[15 October 2015]
Will warmer relations with China moderate North Korean's provocative and unpredictable behavior, seen by many as the biggest threat to peace and security in northeast Asia? "I think this is a gradual restoration of a sense of normalcy between the two countries," said Jingdong Yuan, a specialist on Asia-Pacific security at Australia's University of Sydney. "Bilateral relations have really been strained to some extent because of North Korean provocations."
President Xi Jinping’s repeated calls for reform to global governance show he’s determined to put China on an equal footing with the US in managing world affairs, analysts say. “China wants to be recognised as an important player and the new order should also reflect the balance of developed/emerging economies,” said Jingdong Yuan, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney’s Centre for International Security Studies.
Launch of Project Q's new website[12 October 2015]
CISS has just launched the new website for 'Project Q: Peace and Security in a Quantum Age', a new project funded by the Carnegie Corporation of New York that focuses on the significant and globa impact of quantum innovations.
Thought Experiment with Alexander Wendt[12 October 2015]
Political scientist Professor Alexander Wendt recently filmed an interview and short feature film with the team behind Project Q, to introduce his new book 'Quantum Mind & Social Science' and to talk about the importance of understanding the social sciences through quantum science.