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War 2.0: Political Violence & New Media: 04 New Voices - New Media Empowering New Actors
Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums. (New) media technology, in other words, has become a medium of war and diplomacy. This multidisciplinary two-day symposium on 7-8 October hosted by the Department of International Relations at the ANU will map the shifting arena of war, conflict, terrorism, and violence in an intensely mediated
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War 2.0: Political Violence & New Media: 05 A Correspondent's Journey
Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums. (New) media technology, in other words, has become a medium of war and diplomacy. This multidisciplinary two-day symposium on 7-8 October hosted by the Department of International Relations at the ANU will map the shifting arena of war, conflict, terrorism, and violence in an intensely mediated
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War 2.0: Political Violence & New Media: 06a War 2.0: What are We Facing? - How is New Media Shaping
Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums. (New) media technology, in other words, has become a medium of war and diplomacy. This multidisciplinary two-day symposium on 7-8 October hosted by the Department of International Relations at the ANU will map the shifting arena of war, conflict, terrorism, and violence in an intensely mediated
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War 2.0: Political Violence & New Media: 06b War 2.0: What are We Facing? - How is New Media Shaping
Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums. (New) media technology, in other words, has become a medium of war and diplomacy. This multidisciplinary two-day symposium on 7-8 October hosted by the Department of International Relations at the ANU will map the shifting arena of war, conflict, terrorism, and violence in an intensely mediated
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War 2.0: Political Violence & New Media: 07 Concluding Plenary - Politics by Other Means?
Today, war is conducted not only by the dispatch of Tomahawks in the air or Kalashnikovs and suicide attacks on the ground but also by means of bytes, tweets, digital images, and social networking forums. (New) media technology, in other words, has become a medium of war and diplomacy. This multidisciplinary two-day symposium on 7-8 October hosted by the Department of International Relations at the ANU will map the shifting arena of war, conflict, terrorism, and violence in an intensely mediated
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Feminist Internationalisms: Celebrating feminist engagements with international law and politics - 0
This two-day workshop will focus on Australasian work on feminist internationalism in the fields of international relations and international law. Papers will explore economics, security, democracy and human rights using feminist inquiry both as a theoretical lens and a methodology. The keynote speaker is Professor Ann Tickner, University of Southern California. This workshop is supported by the Australian Research Council
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Deterring corrupt senior political figures through international anti-money laundering norms
Dr David Chaikin LLB/B Com (UNSW), LLM (Yale), PhD in Law (Cambridge) is a senior lecturer in business law in the Faculty of Economics and Business at the University of Sydney, and a practising lawyer specialising in transnational litigation. He has worked as a consultant with the Financial Action Task Force and the Asia/Pacific Group on Money Laundering, and has held senior positions in the Australian Attorney-General's Department and the Commonwealth Secretariat. Dr Chaikin spent seven years a
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 04 Lecture: Introduction to what is planning and policy and the Australian Political System
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard provides his perspectives on this topic, drawing upon his experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Introduction to what is policy and the Australian political policy system
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard and Peter provide their perspectives on this topic, drawing upon their experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Week 02 Lecture: Introduction to what is policy and the Australian political policy system
This weeks lecture provides an introduction to policy, and provides an general overview to the Australian political landscape that relates to policy instruments. Who are the actors responsible for creating policy, how can policy cause change to happen? Richard and Peter provide their perspectives on this topic, drawing upon their experiences with working with policy in the Australian context.
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Tocqueville's New Political Science: Address by Professor Harvey Mansfield
Professor Mansfield discusses Tocquevillian political theory and its intrinsic connection to practice.
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Proselytism and Religious Freedom: The Political Implications of Proselytism (with Al-Marayati, Daug
In the context of a globalizing world marked by the freer flow of people and ideas, proselytism has become increasingly controversial. On March 3, 2010, the Berkley Center sponsored a day-long symposium on proselytism and religious freedom in the 21st century. Experts from a variety of scholarly and policy fields investigated the theological, legal, and political implications of the missionary impulse.
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Zimbabwe's Political Economy: Expert commentary by Scott Taylor
School of Foreign Service professor Scott Taylor discusses Zimbabwe's struggling economy and government structure, and Georgetown's new Africa Interest Network (GAIN).
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Kling on Credit Default Swaps, Counterparty Risk, and the Political Economy of Financial Regulation
Arnold Kling of EconLog talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the role of credit default swaps and counterparty risks in the current financial mess. The conversation opens with the logistics of credit default swaps and counterparty risks and moves on to their role in the financial collapse. The conversation closes with a discussion of the political economy of pending financial regulation.
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Nye on the Great Depression, Political Economy, and the Evolution of the State
John Nye of George Mason University talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the Great Depression, the evolution of the State, and attitudes people have toward free markets. Nye argues that support for modern capitalism is fragile because people have trouble trusting the market process which is based on anonymous exchange with strangers. So when a crisis comes, it leads to demands for a larger role for top-down decision making. Nye sees the Great Depression as part of a larger public disillus
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Religious Toleration and Political Liberalism
Professor Susan Mendus (York) gives a talk for the Science and Religious Conflict Conference 2010. Dr Nick Southwood (Oxford) is the commentator.
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UK General election 2010: Political science resources
This excellent site is maintained by Richard Kimber, a former member of staff at Keele University. It provides links to websites relating to the UK 2010 general election. These include newspaper/ media sites, opinion polls, political party and candidate sites and full-text manifestos. There are links to Richard Kimber's main websites where directories of materials relating to earlier elections may be found.
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6. Developing the Good Citizen: Contemporary Political Campaigning
Technology, politics, social theory, organizing, Democratic party, voting machines, political consulting, web pages, broadcast, data technology, mobilization, fundraising, e-mail, MoveOn.org, social networking, blogosphere, netroots, web 2.0, volunteering
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8. The Political Economy of the Global Coal Market
Coal, natural resources, international markets, trade, trading, commodities, economics, sustainable development, politics, environment, research, business, consumers, global energy, expense, abundance, competition, biomass renewables, clean technology, em
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