A UNSW criminologist and an international relations expert walk into a bar … years later their discussions over drinks turn into a book.
Is it possible for the international community to protect civilians from mass atrocities?
Security Council resolution 2242 makes the prevention of terrorism and violent extremism central to the women, peace and security agenda, writes Laura Shepherd.
Foreign Minister Julie Bishop’s call this week for a deeper, closer strategic and defence partnership with Japan is a watershed moment in the bilateral relationship, writes Alan Dupont.
Popular culture remains at the margins of international relations, yet it has much to contribute to the understanding of the power dynamics at play in world affairs, write Laura Shepherd and William Clapton.
Targeting Israel by boycotting products and people with Israeli connections is not only misguided but counterproductive to trade, international relations and regional peace, writes Tim Harcourt.
Two UNSW students will see first hand the inner workings of international commerce and diplomacy after winning coveted internships at the US Consulate in Sydney.
The Palestinian Papers are damaging to the Palestinian Authority's leadership and must place the future of Mahmoud Abbas under a heavy cloud, writes Dr Anthony Billingsley.