News from the Department
Paris is not the be-all and end-all for global climate change action, writes Lisette Collins for Huffington Post Australia.
The hypocrisy of the West is not to blame for terrorist attacks but thinking that way strengthens Islamic State's hold on the narrative, writes Hussain Nadim in the Sydney Morning Herald.
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?
Open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students, the Australian Political Studies Association Women and Politics prize is presented biennially for the best essay on the topic of women and politics broadly defined. The winner is decided by a committee established by the Women’s Caucus of APSA.
More technology doesn't mean less inequality[25 October 2015]
Policymakers who dream of digital technologies as the quick fix to their development problem need to think twice, writes Dr Aim Sinpeng in The Conversation.
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.