Department of International Relations (ANU)

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30 Oct 2009

Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums.

(New) media technology, in other words, has become...


10 Aug 2009

Significant interest in Australia's uranium export industry has re-emerged in the face of increased energy demand, fears of eventual reduced supplies of traditional energy sources, further evidence of global climate change and prospective higher electricity prices.

This paper examines how Australia will respond...


12 Oct 2006

Religion and the resurgence of faith-based foreign policies have become a central theme in contemporary world politics. In a series of short essays, Lorraine Elliott, Mark Beeson, Shahram Azbarzadeh, Greg Fealy and Stuart Harris investigate the main features of this resurgence and put to the...


22 May 2006

Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, the UK prime minister and chancellor of the exchequer respectively, set out a highly ambitious ‘development’ agenda for 2005 at the Group of 8 annual summit in Gleneagles. This agenda embraced issues of aid and debt, trade and climate change....


22 May 2006

The Bush administration’s foreign policies have sparked off a round of new debates on America’s power and its international role. At the core of these debates are ideas of empire and hegemony, but these terms are used in many senses and often interchangeably. James L....

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