Griffith Asia Institute

Perspectives:Asia Lecture | Fair go, mate: The changing language and practice of Australian values diplomacy in times of uncertainty and risk

Perspectives:Asia Lecture | Fair go, mate: The changing language and practice of Australian values diplomacy in times of uncertainty and risk

In this presentation, Emeritus Professor John Fitzgerald, Centre for Social Impact at Swinburne Uniersity of Technology will discuss the changing language and practice of Australian values and diplomacy in times of uncertainty and risk.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Civility and Its Development: The Experiences of China and Taiwan, 2018, Hong Kong University Press

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Civility and Its Development: The Experiences of China and Taiwan, 2018, Hong Kong University Press

In this presentation, Adjunct Associate Professor David Schak, Griffith Asia Institute, Griffith University compares the development of civility in mainland China and Taiwan. His recently published book, Civility and Its Development: The Experiences of China and Taiwan analyses the social conditions needed for civility to become established in a society and argues that the attempts to impose civility top-down from the state are ineffective.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |The Xinjiang Emergency: Exploring the Context and Implications of China's Mass 'Re-Education' of Turkic-Muslims

In this presentation, Dr Michael Ckarke, The Australian National University (ANU) provides an exploration of a number of critical questions with respect to the Xinjiang emergency: what factors (historical, political/ideological, social) have contributed to the CCP's turn to mass "re-education" at this juncture; the implications of the detention centres for the governance of Xinjiang (and China more broadly); and the implcations for China's foreign policy.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |Nuclear Deterrence v. International Humanitarian Law: Consequences for Asia-Pacific Stability

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar |Nuclear Deterrence v. International Humanitarian Law: Consequences for Asia-Pacific Stability

In this presentation, Dr Tanya Ogilvie-White , adjunct senior fellow, Griffith Asia Institute will discuss the Nuclear Deterrence and their developments, while focusing on the challenges associated with harmonising international humanitarian and strategic agendas in Asia.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Pacific Partners? The operation and endurance of the Australia-New Zealand alliance

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Pacific Partners? The operation and endurance of the Australia-New Zealand alliance

In this presentation, Dr Joanne Wallis, Director of the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre at the Australian National University will consider how the Australia-New Zealand alliance operates in the Pacific Islands, the region in which it has primarily played out.
Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Great power competition and the evolution of Southeast Asian's states' hedging strategy

Griffith Asia Institute Research Seminar | Great power competition and the evolution of Southeast Asian's states' hedging strategy

In this presentation, Dr Liu Ruonan, University of International Business and Economics, Beijing
provides an overview of the effects of great power competition and the evolution of Southeat Asian's states' hedging strategy.