In September, in the margins of the UN General Assembly, Australia will assume the role of chair for a little known grouping of countries known as MIKTA – Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, Turkey and Australia.
A new national centre to counter radicalisation and violent extremism has been launched at The Australian National University (ANU).
Gemma Carey and Mark Mathews have featured in an article in The Mandarin looking at the case-study of the NDIS.
Two articles by Howard Bamsey and Frank Jotzo write that while this new climate plan won’t solve Obama’s climate change dilemma, it will make a difference to the US energy
This new working paper series is part of the ‘Strengthening the International Human Rights System: Rights, Regulation and Ritualism’ research project funded by the ARC’s Laureate Fellowship scheme.
In this opinion piece in the Canberra Times (July 31), RegNet’s Kyla Tienhaara and Deborah Gleeson (La Trobe University) look at the potential costs of investor state dispute settlements.
Since Christmas 2014, it’s been possible to buy a book version of the US Senate Select Committee on Intelligence report on the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program. Why?
As the finalisation of the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement approaches, investor state dispute settlements (ISDS) remain in the mix.
What would Canberra look like as a restorative city?
A growing understanding—if not an expectation—that reparations are to be earmarked for the benefit of individuals