International law

Journal article
14 February 2017

The resilience of the ocean is decreasing. The biodiversity of the high seas, which constitute almost half of the Earth’s surface, remains largely unprotected from multiple threats.

14 February 2017

This special issue takes a global perspective and explores the major challenges facing humanity in the 21st century through the lens of ‘global studies’.

Report
31 August 2016

Argues that the international asylum seeker protection regime is failing, that Australia has a responsibility to help fix it, and that promoting reform at the domestic, regional and global levels...

Journal article
10 August 2016

Examines the issue of war criminals in Australia and demonstrates that Australia has an incomplete and largely dormant enforcement apparatus, a problematic immigration regime and a poor record of...

Audio interviewAudio program
14 July 2016

Interview with Dr Andrew Davies, Australian Strategic Policy Institute Defence and Strategy program Director, to discuss China's role in the South China Sea dispute.

Blog post
13 July 2016

The South China Sea ruling between the Philippines and China is a test for our ‘patchwork’ global order. Will Beijing pass?

Audio interviewAudio program
13 July 2016

Australian Foreign Minister, Julie Bishop, joins the program to discuss Australia's role in the fall-out over the recent Permanent Court of Arbitration ruling over China's expansion in the South...

Essay
18 April 2016

Examines how non-state actors are increasingly of more importance in the prevention and resolution of crisis and conflict.

Report
13 April 2016

Investor-state arbitration has been in the Australian spotlight due to the current parliamentary discussions on ratifying the Trans-Pacific Partnership.