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Please find below the most recent news for the national office and the state branches.
23 May 2013
AIIA Tasmania Branch would like to thank all those who attended their re-launch event on Tuesday 21 May. A special thank you must go to the three speakers - Dr Matt Sussex, Greg Johannes and Richard Tallboys CMG OBE - and to the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Tasmania for graciously hosting the event; it was deemed a huge success for the future of international affairs discussion in Tasmania.
The Tasmania Branch website can be accessed through the central AIIA webpage or directly here: http://www.aiia.asn.au/tas-home.
The photo below shows AIIA Tasmania Branch President, Emeritus Professor Peter Boyce AO, presenting his re-launch speech.
13 May 2013
An article on "BRICS and Mortar(s): Breaking or Building the Global System?" has been published in V I Lo and M Hiscock (editors), The Rise of the BRICS in the Global Political Economy: Changing Paradigms? (Edward Elgar, 2013).
This article discusses the debate over what impact the increasing power of the BRICS over the past decade might have on global governance:
"This chapter explores the behaviour of the BRICS in the G20 to ascertain whether this is undermining the principles of global governance or promoting constructive reform...outlining the main arguments used by those who see the BRICS as a threat. It then outlines the counterarguments, particularly focusing on the BRICS Declaration at the 2012 Los Cabos G20 Summit. It concludes that the rise of the BRICS is not necessarily a challenge to global governance, and could in fact strengthen the international system."
13 May 2013
An article on "Australia in the Asian Century" has been published in N Georgeou and C Hawksley, Case Studies from Australia, New Zealand and the Asia-Pacific (3rd Edition, Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 2013) to accompany Baylis, Smith and Owens (eds) The Globalisation of World Politics, 6th Edition.
This article details the rise of Asia, Australia's engagement with Asia and opportunities for Australia in the 'Asian Century':
"Australia is now the world's 13th biggest economy, with important effects not just on Australians' quality of life but also on Australia's international standing. it is a member of the Group of 20 (G20) which emerged from the Global Financial Crisis as the premier forum for international economic cooperation...The story of these decades is how Australia opened its economy to globalization and engaged with the dynamic Asian region."