- Date Mon, 23 Oct 2017Time 17:45 – 20:00Location Lot 20
Join us for a discussion with Dr Alix Valenti on how international policies have affected Timor Leste since its first attempt at independence – from Indonesian invasion in 1975 to the controversy of the Timor Gap with Australia.
Dr Alix Valenti is the Editor in Chief of the Naval Forces magazine. She holds a PhD in Development Planning. Her thesis examined the impact of UN transitional administration on the reconstruction of political institutions in East Timor after independence, and how this affected urban development policies and the construction of citizenship. Prior to completing...More >
- Date Tue, 24 Oct 2017Time 18:00 – 20:00Location St Catherine's College
Vladimir Putin reportedly once told Joe Biden: ‘…we may look like you, but we’re not like you, we’re different.’
Fyodor Tyutchev once said: ‘Russia can’t be understood…’More >
City Breakfast with Kyle Wilson: On top of the world and upside down: some aspects of Russian and Australian tiesDate Wed, 25 Oct 2017Time 07:30 – 09:00Location The Western Australian Club
The Australian Institute of International Affairs WA (AIIA WA) will be holding an intimate breakfast at the Western Australian Club with Kyle Wilson, a former intelligence analyst and diplomat. Putin once said that he knew where Australia was but never thought about it. But many Australians have thought about Russia a lot.
At this breakfast, Kyle will highlight some of the more intriguing aspects of Russian-Australian relations.More >