How Globalisation and Climate Change will Reshape Humanitarian Crises and Aid
Public Seminar hosted by the Department of International Relations and RegNet How Globalisation and Climate Change will Reshape Humanitarian Crises and Aid Peter Walker Rosenberg Professor of Nutrition and Human Security, and Director of the Feinstein International Center, Tufts University Date: Tuesday 9 February 2010 Time: 12.30 -- 2pm Venue: Centre for Arabic and Islamic Studies Al Falasi Lecture Theatre, Building 127, Ellery Crescent, ANU Peter Walker has been active in development and disas
APW2010: Divergent Dictators: Legacies of Leadership in Three Asian Authoritarian Regimes
"Finding the right place for individuals is an old problem for political analysis," explains Richard Samuels in his comparative analysis of leadership in Japan and Italy. "Do individuals make history, or does history make individuals who make history?" This paper examines the highly divergent legacies that came forth from the leadership of three Asian dictators: South Korea's Park Chung Hee (1961-1979), Indonesia's Suharto (1965-1998), and the Philippines' Ferdinand Marcos (1965-1986). Through t
APW2010: The Best and Worst of Times: Indonesia and Crises, with some Southeast Asian Comparisons
Economic crises cause serious social and economic distress, and sometimes have significant political consequences. These effects are often more severe in developing countries, because their governments are less likely to have the fiscal and institutional capacity to protect their citizens. Southeast Asia has experienced two major economic crises in recent times, the Asian financial crisis of 1997-98 and the current global financial crisis. This presentation examines the causes and consequences o
Graduate Studies in International Affairs: Special Responsibilities -The United States in Global Gov
GSIA SPECIAL PANEL Special Responsibilities: The United States in Global Governance Speakers Mlada Bukovansky Mlada Bukovansky is Associate Professor of International Relations at Smith College. Her research focuses on the evolving norms and institutions of the international system, both current and historical. She has published articles in the journals International Organization, Review of International Studies, Review of International Political Economy, and International Relations. Her book, L
India & NPT: How does a nuclear power & non-signatory of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty engage
India's Nuclear Elephant In The Room How can India - a state with nuclear weapons which is not a signatory to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) - still influence proceedings at this year's review of the NPT? That's the subject to be discussed at a public lecture today at The Australian National University. The lecture - India and NPT - will be delivered by Professor Swaran Singh of Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi, India. Professor Singh says that in the five years since the last review
Thailand in Crisis vodcast series: Episode 06
Nicholas Farrelly is joined by three outstanding young Thai scholars keen to offer their views on the situation in their home country. All three have been students in the Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific in a range of fields - politics, international relations and history. Nattakant Akarapongpisak, Pongphisoot Busbarat, and Preedee Hongsaton
Forum on Burma's 2010 Elections
Forum on Burma's 2010 Elections This forum considers scenarios for and beyond Burma's anticipated 2010 elections. While the elections are part of the military regime's "7-point Road Map", many aspects of how they will play out, their prospects and limitations, remain unclear. What will be their aftermath? How will the domestic, regional and international communities respond to the post-ballot constitutional order and new government? Burma scholars from ANU, a representative from the Australian E
Graph a linear function
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Express the eq of a line as a linear function
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Connection Between Relation and Function, Domain and Range
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Faculty Overview: Thomas Farr on International Religious Freedom
The Berkely Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs? Tom Farr discusses the future of U.S. international religious freedom policy under the Obama presidency.
Interpreting the Middle East 'Against the Grain': An interview with Michael Oren
International historian Michael Oren discusses what it means to interpret the Middle East for Westerners in a manner that deliberately goes 'against the grain.'
The Jewish Response to Nostra Aetate: A Nostra Aetate Lecture
Rabbi David Rosen, President of the International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations speaks about the Jewish response to Nostra Aetate, the Declaration on the Relation of the Church to Non-Christian Religions.
A Common Word: Panel Four: Where Do We Go from Here?
A summary and wrap-up discussion of the previous four panels, the moderators invite participants to reflect on the issues explored and the future of inter-faith dialogue between Muslims and Christians. How are traditional theological foundations for love of neighbor interpreted and applied in response to neighbors in today?s global community? In what ways has this understanding informed Muslim-Christian relations in the work of major international NGOs?
Water, Energy and Climate Change in the Gulf: A panel of experts discusses energy and climate concer
Chaired by the interim dean of SFS-Q, Mehran Kamrava, panelists include Professor Tim Beach of Georgetown University, Professor Sharif Elmusa of Georgetown University School of Foreign Service in Qatar, and Mari Luomi, a researcher at The Finnish Institute for International Affairs.
Financing the Global HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Expert commentary by William McGreevey
William McGreevey, Ph.D., associate professor of international health at the School of Nursing & Health Studies, discusses the costs associated with the global HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Renewable Energy in China: Expert commentary by Joanna Lewis
Joanna Lewis, an assistant professor of science, technology and international affairs, discusses renewable energy and policy development in China.
Intl Law and Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Lecture by Dr. Victor Kattan, School of Oriental
Dr. Kattan explores how international law in the late 19th and early 20th century brought about the Arab-Israeli conflict.
Linking Land, Water, and Food: Issues in the Mideast and U.S. Southwest
Dr. Gary Paul Nabhan of the University of Arizona talks about the shared risks to environmental health, reproductive health and food security in the Middle East.