China and the US-Japan Alliance: Comparing 1960 and 2010
In its 50th year, the US-Japan Security Treaty has come under scrutiny in Washington, Tokyo, and in capitals around East Asia. Japan's Prime Minister has called for a more equal place for Japan within the alliance; a more cooperative relationship with China; and a stronger "East Asian community". Together, these shifts depict a more independent and assertive Japan, and one that is attempting to reshape the future of the US-Japan alliance and Japan's place in the region. Yet these developments ar
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Frontiers of knowledge: Thailand's border patrol police in the age of Internet research
Over the past decade, Thailand has experienced rapid growth in the number of Internet users and today about one third of the Thai population is regularly online. These Internet users have readily become producers of content, and the proliferation of local language material sees Thai ranked in the top 20 global Internet languages. Thai security agencies have embraced these trends and now maintain a wide range of official websites. In this paper I sketch out a tentative methodology for studying Th
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South Asia Seminar Series: Policing, governance, security and India's rise to power
In India, internal security and poor governance are closely linked. Policing is still conducted according to the repressive colonial model and the 1861 Police Act has not been significantly reformed. Policing is also increasingly constrained in its effectiveness by poor governance and corruption, including amongst the political class and especially at state level. In terms of internal security, India's 1.5 million police are currently 'part of the problem' rather than 'part of the solution'. Sin
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Launch of the National Security College by Prime Minister Kevin Rudd
Australia's first National Security College will begin activities in May after its official launch by the Prime Minister Kevin Rudd at The Australian National University today. In a major address on national security this afternoon, the Prime Minister said the National Security College at ANU will enhance collaborative leadership in the national security community and build trusted networks within and outside government.
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Promoting Cloud Computing: Legal and Policy Challenges
Cloud computing offers the potential for efficiency, cost savings and innovation gains to governments, businesses and individual users alike. And because the cloud transcends national boundaries, cloud computing also offers a unique opportunity to bring Australia and other countries one step closer to achieving the vision of a robust and better-integrated digital market across the region and around the world. To realize these benefits, however, there are public policy and regulatory challenges -
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Asian Security Seminar: Building Asia's Security
As global economic and strategic weight shifts to Asia, countries in the region are considering how to protect themselves better in the uncertain strategic landscape of the twenty-first century. Alliances with the United States remain pivotal, but China is an ever more dominant presence. Faced with this, and with growing transnational threats such as terrorism, energy insecurity and infectious diseases, Asian governments are increasingly interested in multilateral security cooperation. New multi
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Thailand in Crisis vodcast series: Episode 02
Thailand is a nation on the verge - from the Red Shirt protests that culminated in violence and loss of life, to ongoing issues about democratic accountability and political instability. Over the next six weeks, the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will bring you Thailand in Crisis - a series of six vod and podcasts released each Friday and beginning on 28 May. The vodcast will be available for viewing on ANUchannel at YouTube, while the podcast will be available for download from this page a
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Thailand in Crisis vodcast series: Episode 03
Thailand is a nation on the verge - from the Red Shirt protests that culminated in violence and loss of life, to ongoing issues about democratic accountability and political instability. Over the next six weeks, the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will bring you Thailand in Crisis - a series of six vod and podcasts released each Friday and beginning on 28 May. The vodcast will be available for viewing on ANUchannel at YouTube, while the podcast will be available for download from this page a
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Thailand in Crisis vodcast series: Episode 04
Thailand is a nation on the verge - from the Red Shirt protests that culminated in violence and loss of life, to ongoing issues about democratic accountability and political instability. Over the next six weeks, the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific will bring you Thailand in Crisis - a series of six vod and podcasts released each Friday and beginning on 28 May. The vodcast will be available for viewing on ANUchannel at YouTube, while the podcast will be available for download from this page a
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The Future of Australia-Japan relations
Since 2007 Australia-Japan relations have been dominated by the difference of opinion between Australia and Japan over whaling and by China overtaking Japan as Australia's largest trading partner (although Japan is still Australia's most important economic partner). A countervailing development has been the gradual strengthening of bilateral defence and security ties in recent years. Ambassador Kojima will discuss the enduring significance of Japan-Australia relations to the peoples of Japan and
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National Security College Public Lecture
National Security College Public Lecture by Admiral Giampaolo Di Paola, Chairman of the NATO Military Commission.
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Security In The Poultry Processing Plant
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A Common Word Global Leaders Forum: Muslim-Christian Relations in a 21st Century World
The opening session of 'A Common Word Between Us and You,' a two-day conference at Georgetown University where global leaders gathered to discuss and develop concrete proposals to advance global peace and security between Muslim and Western societies.
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Terrorism: An Interview with Bruce Hoffman
Security studies professor Bruce Hoffman discusses the importance of defining the causes of terrorism and communicating with countries and factions involved.
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Conflict in Afghanistan : Expert commentary by Paul Pillar
Paul Pillar, Director of Graduate Studies at the Center for Peace and Security Studies, discusses the role of U.S. foreign policies and actions in the Middle East.
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A Common Word Global Leaders Forum: Muslim-Christian Relations in a 21st Century World
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20th Anniversary of the End of a Divided Europe: A discussion with Zbignew Brzezinski and Brent Scow
Former national security advisors Zbignew Brzezinski and Brent Scowcroft discuss their experiences during the fall of the Berlin Wall and the collapse of the Soviet Union.
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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.
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Policy Changes Facing Mexico: Session Six
Georgetown University hosts a series of six panel discussions entitled, ?Law, Justice, and Public Security: Challenges for Mexico and Its Neighbors.? The purpose of the seminar is to promote a deeper understanding of the root causes of public insecurity in Mexico and the prospects for reform in the remaining three years of President Felipe Calderon?s administration?and beyond.
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Policy Changes Facing Mexico: Session Five
Georgetown University hosts a series of six panel discussions entitled, ?Law, Justice, and Public Security: Challenges for Mexico and Its Neighbors.? The purpose of the seminar is to promote a deeper understanding of the root causes of public insecurity in Mexico and the prospects for reform in the remaining three years of President Felipe Calderon?s administration?and beyond.
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