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Nina Markovic

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It’s complicated: a timeline of Australia–Iran relations in a historical perspective

This paper seeks to contextualise Australia’s bilateral relationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran upon the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations, and at a time when the potential for military conflict is escalating. It canvasses key milestones and events in the bilateral relationship from 1945...
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Climate change discussions and negotiations: a calendar

This background note will be updated to include any new developments on the formal negotiations are taking place within the meetings and working groups that have been established under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change and Kyoto Protocol framework. The Rudd Government has...
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Courted by Europe? Advancing Australia's relations with the European Union in the new security environment

The election of the Rudd Government on 24 November 2007 signalled a more multilaterally-oriented role for Australia, in particular in the country’s relations with the United Nations (UN) and other like-minded international organisations. This research paper examines Australia’s relationship with the European Union (EU) and...
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Background note: Climate change negotiations

In the recent Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Green Paper the Rudd Government emphasised that a major part of its efforts to control global gas emissions would be its participation in international negotiations leading to a global agreement on this issue. Australia is party to the...
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Climate change negotiations

In the recent Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme Green Paper (8408) the Rudd government emphasised that a major part of its efforts to control global gas emissions would be its participation in international negotiations leading to a global agreement on this issue. Australia is party to...