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When examining security issues in the Indian Ocean region, we need to embrace a “New Indo-Pacific” concept — that is, a view of the region as including China, rather than merely the Indian Ocean and its littoral states. The...
Climate change is the behemoth of our age. It defies description, is too large to comprehend, and what we do understand about it is often terrifying. This is for many, a good reason to stop thinking about it or, like Scarlett O’Hara, decide to “think...
In this paper for the 2007 Australasian Political Science Association conference Hayley Stevenson describes how Australia’s foreign policy-makers have re-framed the issue of climate change to evade the immense challenge posed by the original norms of climate governance to Australia’s foreign policy traditions. The diversion...