Operation Protective Edge, the Israeli name for the war in Gaza is over two weeks old. Before the ground invasion of Gaza, Netanyahu was forced to sack his deputy defence minister after Cabinet criticism of his military strategy. How does the Gaza war affect the political future of Israeli PM, Benjamin Netanyahu?
“Global Challenges, Reluctant Publics? The Role of Public Opinion in International Cooperation on Crucial Global Issues.”
CISS Associate Professor Ben Goldsmith comments on European involvement in the wake of the MH17 tragedy on CNBC. Watch the full clip here.
Professor Peter Curson's work on the 1903-1906 war in Namibia featured in forthcoming El Globo documentary
CISS staff member Professor Peter Curson was recently interviewed by El Globo, Brazil’s leading TV news channel about his research on the war in Namibia (then German Southwest Africa) between 1903 and 1906 when two major tribes – the Herero and the Nama – rose in revolt against the Germans.
Professor James Der Derian’s article on Edward Snowden and the NSA is in the June–July issue of ABR. In this timely article Der Derian reviews four books, including Luke Harding and Glenn Greenwald’s accounts of Snowden’s defection.
Greed the unseen peril on Myanmar's road to democracy[24 June 2014]
CISS Associate and Adjunct Associate Professor, Jonathan Bogais' latest article on Myanmar's difficult road to democracy has been featured in the June/July issue of the journal of the Asian Studies Association of Australia. Read the full article here.
Asia and America need a confident Japan[3 June 2014]
Michael Hintze Fellow Dr. John Lee recently published an opinion piece co-written with Charles Horner from the Hudson Institute that comments on the re-emergence of a confident Japan in an American-led alliance system in Asia.