Government and International Relations
The study of Government and International Relations is a dynamic area, responding to contemporary developments affecting the governance of societies, from terrorism to public sector reform. The relentless globalization of business and society means that no politics is purely local any more, since many international events have domestic ramifications. So Australians are affected by economic and political changes in Asia and Eastern Europe, just as they face similar policy challenges as those in Western Europe and North America. Our areas of expertise therefore cover many aspects of public policy and international relations: the state and economic structures; communist and post-communist systems; public management and policy analysis; political and social change; security and defense; human rights; welfare policy; international political economy; media; parties and elections; and democratic theory.
Dr Susan Park, Dr Benjamin E Goldsmith, Professor Michael Jackson, Associate Professor John Mikler, Associate Professor Ariadne Vromen, Professor Linda Weiss, Professor Allan McConnell, Dr Rodney Smith, Dr Anna Boucher, Dr Anika Gauja, Dr Peter Chen, Dr James Reilly, Professor John Keane, Associate Professor Alex Lefebvre, Dr Sarah Phillips, Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan, Associate Professor Justin Hastings, Professor David Schlosberg, Dr Ryan Griffiths, Associate Professor Megan Mackenzie, Dr Minglu Chen, Professor David Goodman, Professor Simon Tormey, Dr Charlotte Epstein, Dr Diarmuid Maguire, Associate Professor Lily Rahim, Dr Betsi Beem, Dr Frank Smith, Associate Professor Gaby Ramia, Dr Stewart Jackson
Research in the Department of Government and International Relations spans the discipline of political science. The supervisor links above will take you to more information for each researcher listed below.
International Relations: Professor Colin Wight, Dr Benjamin E Goldsmith, Dr John Mikler, Dr James Reilly, Dr Sarah Phillips, Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan, Dr Adam Kamradt-Scott, Dr Justin Hastings, Dr Ryan Griffiths, Dr Megan Mackenzie
Public Policy: Dr Anna Boucher, Dr Minglu Chen, Dr Peter Chen, Dr Paul Fawcett, Professor David Goodman
Political Theory: Dr Paul Fawcett, Dr Ryan Griffiths, Professor Michael Jackson, Professor John Keane, Dr Alex Lefebvre, Professor Allan McConnell, Professor David Schlosberg, Professor Simon Tormey
Comparative Politics: Dr Anna Boucher, Dr Minglu Chen, Associate Professor Ariadne Vromen, Dr Paul Fawcett, Dr Anika Gauja, Professor Graeme Gill, Dr Benjamin E Goldsmith, Dr Ryan Griffiths, Dr Justin Hastings, Professor Allan McConnell, Dr John Mikler, Dr Sarah Phillips, Professor David Schlosberg, Professor Linda Weiss, Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan
Australian Politics: Dr Anna Boucher, Dr Peter Chen, Dr Anika Gauja, Dr Rodney Smith, Associate Professor Ariadne Vromen
This Department is also home to the Centre for International Security Studies, which welcomes PhD, MPhil and Master of Arts applications from candidates with demonstrated records of academic and research excellence. Supervisors in the Centre include Dr Sarah Phillips, Associate Professor Jingdong Yuan, and Dr Adam Kamradt-Scott.
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