- Date 01 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Assoc/Prof Alexey D. Muraviev, Curtin University.
History was made the day in 1987 that US President Ronald Reagan and Soviet General Secretary Mikhail Gorbachev signed the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (INF), paving a path for peace by means of nuclear arms reduction.More >
- Date 02 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Speaker: Ms Spica A. Tutuhatunewa, Consul General of Indonesia.
Indonesia – the world's third largest democracy with the world's largest Muslim population – is one of Australia's most important bilateral relationships.More >
- Date 06 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Speaker: Philip Bowring.
‘Maritime Southeast Asia’ is the world’s largest archipelago and has, for centuries, been a vital cultural and trading hub.More >
- Date 13 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Michael Moignard, Fellow of the Australia India Institute.
Elections for India’s Parliament, the Lok Sabha, are taking place from 11 April to 19 May, with results due to be announced by 23 May.More >
- Date 23 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Associate Professor Helen Evans AO FAIIA.
As a complex global phenomenon, health acts as a fundamental driver of sustainable growth, contributing to stability and security.
Economic shifts, demography, burden of diseases, movement of people, climate and institutional changes are all aspects that affect global health security.More >
- Date 28 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Professor Tim Lindsey AO FAIIA.
Australia and Indonesia have a turbulent and often unpredictable relationship that reflects their huge demographic, economic, cultural and historical differences.
Despite all its domestic challenges, including poor governance, protectionism, inadequate infrastructure, growing religious intolerance and faltering reform efforts, Indonesia is rising, and set to become an economic power of global significance.More >
- Date 29 May 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Dr Charles T. Hunt, RMIT University.
This year marks twenty years since peacekeepers in Sierra Leone were first mandated to ‘protect civilians from the threat of physical violence.’ Since then, the Protection of Civilians (PoC) has moved from the periphery to becoming a centre of gravity for peace operations, and for the whole UN system.More >
- Date 27 Jun 2019Time 18:00 – 19:30Location Dyason House
Jean-Marie Guéhenno, introduced by Gareth Evans.
AIIA Victoria in conjunction with the Australian National University (ANU) invites you to a unique opportunity to hear from our special international speaker: peacekeeping, global governance and transnational security threats expert Jean-Marie Guéhenno.More >
- Date 16 Jul 2019Time 21:00 – 23:59
Submission deadline: Tuesday 16 July.
Attention all secondary school students of Australian and Global Politics!
Would you like to win up to $500 in prize money and tickets to our 2019 International Careers Conference?More >