A RegNet alumnus, Dr Edwina Thompson has given a TED talk titled ‘What the war on terror has taught me’.
The plan to strip Australian Jihadists of their citizenship is more complex than it might at first seem and could be a recipe for statelessness, writes Peter Hughes.
Invitation to submit abstracts to present at the Torture After 9.11: The Asia-Pacific Context Workshop
Leaked internal UN report emphasizes the continued failings of the UN and deploying states to address sexual abuse effectively and to address impunity.
Visas which give wealthy business people and investors a pathway to permanent residence and Australian citizenship through various forms of investment have been around for many years.
RegNet PhD and Roland Wilson scholar, Suzanne Akila will present at Harvard University’s Institute for Global Law and Policy conference in early June.
Reporting on a recent RegNet supported workshop where Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb outlined the key priorities for research and funding, Jacqui Hoepner discusses the long-ter
“Wins” and “losses” as multi-stakeholder processes transform the form and exercise of global power
Yvette Selim writes about the deaths of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran.
Appointment is the fulfillment of a lifelong dream for PhD graduate Dr Megan Davis.