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The international community founded the United Nations in 1945 as the centrepiece of an ambitious institutional strategy to prevent the recurrence of world war, global depression, and massive humanitarian crises. Sixty years later the world is again confronting multiple governance challenges, none of which can...
Nicole George asks whether new insights can be gained by differentiating between advocacy and activism when examining the work of civil society organisations in relation to gender equality.
Focusing upon the ways in which women's organisations in Fiji approach issues of gender equality, she...
In the past year the 'war against terror' and perceptions of state failure within the post-colonial Pacific have sparked an Australian-led initiative to deepen and widen regional integration in Oceania. Greg Fry argues that behind the seeming unanimity of the 2004 Auckland Declaration and agreement...
In the post-Vietnam era, no Australian government has placed such faith in the unbounded nature of American power, or in the rationality of American policymakers, as has the Howard government. Chris Reus-Smit discusses the character and implications of the government's approach to American power.