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 2014 events

  • 25 November seminar by Professor Greg Bankoff, University of Hull, England speaking on Whethering the Storm: The twin natures of typhoon Haiyan and Yolanda
  • 10 October seminar by Professor Ian Scott, Visiting Professor in the Department of Public Policy at the City University of Hong Kong, speaking on Political Space and Street Protests in Hong Kong
  • 6 October seminar by Emeritus Professor Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, Honorary Professor at the Universities of Leipzig and Halle, speaking on Competing Conceptions of Democracy: Transnational and Local Debates in West Sumatra after the fall of Suharto
  • 22 August seminar by Eugenie Merieau, Paris Institute of Political Studies, Paris, speaking on Hegemonic self-preservation, the military and royalist legal elites : How the Deep State works in Thailand
  • 15 August seminar by Dr. Eric Hiariej, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia speaking on Indonesian Democracy: From Clientelism to Populism? 
  • 12 August seminar by Professor Vedi Hadiz, Murdoch University, Professor Richard Robison, Murdoch University, Ross Taylor, Australia Indonesia Business Council, speaking on The Jokowi Presidency: A Turning Point for Indonesia?
  • 19 June seminar by Professor James Warren, Murdoch University, speaking on Typhoon: Climate, History and Society in the Philippines
  • 29 May workshop by Professor Ian Holliday, Dr Htwe Htwe Thein, Dr Tun Kyaw Nyein and Dr Susanne Prager-Nyein speaking on Politics, Business and Human Rights in Myanmar
  • 23 April seminar by Dr Jane Hutchison, Murdoch University, speaking on Political Economy and the Aid Industry in Asia
  • 18 March seminar by Carol Giacomo, New York Times Editorial Board, speaking on Obama's Second Term Foreign Policy
  • 12 March seminar by Mr Akira Imamura, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission, Embassy of Japan in Canberra, speaking on The Current Situation in East Asia and Bilateral Relations between Japan and Australia
  • 28 February seminar by Dr Ben Hillman, Crawford School of Public Policy, The Australian National University, speaking on Unrest in Tibet
  • 4 February seminar by Dr Pascale Hatcher, International Relations, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto, Japan, speaking on The World Bank and the Transformation of Mining in Asia
  • 20 February seminar by Dr Jonathan Whale and Dr Tania Urmee, School of Engineering and Information Technology, Murdoch University, speaking on a Cross-Disciplinary approach in examining issues relating to Sustainable Energy Development
  • 10 January seminar by Dr Prajak Kongkitti, Political Science, Thammasat University, Bangkok, Thailand, speaking on Political Violence in Thailand.

2013 Events