Past events

17
Jun
2019

Australia and the war in Afghanistan

Dr Rhys Crawley, Australian War Memorial

** PLEASE NOTE, THE VENUE FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW THE MOLONGLO THEATRE, JG CRAWFORD BUILDING, 132 LENNOX CROSSING, ANU, ACTON **

Despite being Australia’s longest war, the part that...

12
Jun
2019

51st meeting CSCAP General Conference

CSCAP

The 51st Aus-CSCAP meeting will be held in Canberra at ANU on 12 June 2019. Details will be provided at a later date.

06
Jun
2019

Workshop: How does the ‘Pacific’ fit into the ‘Indo-Pacific’? The changing geopolitics of the Pacific Islands

Collin Beck (Solomon Islands Ministry of Foreign Affairs and External Trade), Ewen McDonald (Head of the Office of the Pacific, DFAT), Margaret Keen (ANU), Tess Newton Cain (UQ), Anna Powles (Massey University), Patrick Kaiku (UPNG), Fulori Manoa (University of the South Pacific), Steve Ratuva (University of Canterbury), Sandra Tarte (University of the South Pacific), Bernard Yegiora (Divine Word), Wesley Morgan (University of the South Pacific), Richard Balkonan Olul (Department of Foreign Affairs, Vanuatu), George Carter (ANU), and more...

In the 2013 Defence White Paper the Australian government identified its zone of strategic interest as the Indo-Pacific, which it described as ‘connecting the Indian and Pacific Oceans through...

Professor Joan Beaumont, Professor Evelyn Goh, Dr Aurore Chow, Dr Amy King, Dr Meighen McCrae, Dr Joanne Wallis
29
May
2019

SDSC International Security Women Scholars and their Scholarship

Professor Joan Beaumont, Professor Evelyn Goh, Dr Aurore Chow, Dr Amy King, Dr Meighen McCrae and Dr Joanne Wallis

“The field of international security is particularly male-dominated, whether in academia, the armed forces, policy practice, or the private sector. In academia, courses related to international...

07
May
2019

Asia's economic outlook: what are the risks?

Various

Amid slowing global growth, weaker external demand and rising protectionism, the near-term prospects for the East Asian region are expected to be softer, while the longer term economic...

American Marines march with local children down street of Zegra, Kosovo
02
May
2019

Finishing the job or mission creep? How American Presidents justify humanitarian intervention exit strategies

Anna Samson

Humanitarian interventions to stop mass atrocities are among America’s most controversial uses of military force overseas since the end of the Cold War. While there is much research analysing...

01
May
2019

Strategise your career: International Security Studies mid-degree career info session

ANU Careers, SDSC

ANU Careers and the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) warmly invite all current mid-degree International Security Studies students to attend the upcoming info session, ‘Strategise your...

11
Apr
2019

After American Primacy: Imagining the future of Australia's defence

Emeritus Professor Hugh White AO

Australian defence policy sits at a crossroads. For over seventy years the ‘Lucky Country’s’ strategic position had been anchored by the US-led international order that has been in place since the...

Postgraduate Information Evening
04
Apr
2019

Postgraduate Information Evening

Program convenors, top academics, students and alumni, program coordinators

Acton Theatre, JG Crawford Building, 132 Lennox Crossing

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is Australia’s leading centre for research and teaching on the world’s most dynamic region....

21
Mar
2019

Book Launch - Coalition Strategy and the End of the First World War: The Supreme War Council and War Planning, 1917-1918

Major General Mick Ryan

Book launch by Major General Mick Ryan. MAJGEN Ryan was appointed as the Commander of the Australian Defence College in 2018, after having variously served in East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan....

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