October 2022

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10
Oct
2022

The Almost War: The Empire and the Chanak Crisis, 1922

Paul R. Bartrop
September this year will be the centenary of the Chanak Crisis of 1922, when Lloyd George and Churchill almost took the Empire to war with Kemal Ataturk’s Nationalists—Gallipoli 2.0 they’d probably be calling it today. The event was characterised in Australia particularly through the...

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19
Oct
2022

Renegotiating Japan’s ‘Post-War Bargains’

Yusuke Ishihara
The 1970s witnessed significant changes to the post-war international order: the rise and fall of U.S.-Soviet détente, Sino-U.S. rapprochement, the crisis of the Bretton-Woods system/the General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, and shifts to a multilateral landscape in East Asia. In this research...

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20
Oct
2022

Power and Restraint in China’s Rise

Chin-Hao Huang
Why and when does China exercise restraint—and how does this aspect of Chinese statecraft challenge the conventional narrative about rising powers’ behaviour? Chin-Hao Huang is associate professor of political science at Yale-NUS College. His research and teaching focus on Chinese foreign policy,...

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24
Oct
2022

Climate change: can Australia survive?

Dr Albert Palazzo
Climate change is the number one security threat Australia is facing. Unlike more traditional state-on-state threats, climate change has the potential to destabilise Australia to the point that it collapses, a risk that most other societies also share. Security thinkers, as well as the Australian...

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