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8 December 2017

Nationalism, populism… or pragmatism in an evolving context?

It’s not uncommon to see China under President Xi Jinping labelled as ‘nationalistic’ and ‘populist’ — along with Trump and...

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7 December 2017

How increased nationalism could undo the gains of globalisation

The age of Western economic dominance is all but over, according to a recent Griffith University seminar on the impact...

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4 April 2023
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Sovereign Citizens: Eccentrics or Extremists?

Sovereign citizens or ‘sovcitz’ reject the authority of the government and legal systems. The COVID-19 pandemic has fuelled extremism, including sovereign citizen beliefs in Australia, says Griffith University’s Dr Keiran Hardy, and poses challenges to law enforcement and public safety.

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28 March 2019

Experts gather to address the biggest election in the world

The world’s single largest election day will take place next month, as Indonesians head to the polls. With more than...

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30 November 2018

Buddhist Constitutionalism: A Short Prelude to the Constitutional Crisis in Sri Lanka

By DrRoshan de Silva-Wijeyeratne Griffith Law School There are some 350 million Buddhist around the world from South and South...

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27 September 2016
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6 November 2015
Professor Bruce Kapferer.

Australia should increase refugee intake – anthropologist

Australia would benefit from many more refugees says eminent Australian anthropologist Professor Bruce Kapferer.

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7 July 2014

Anti-war? Rethinking the 20th century

The history of the anti-war movement in Australia and overseas will be the focus of a seminar at the State Library of Queensland on July 9.

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26 March 2014

Great War ‘Memories in Place’

A six-year photographic journey by Griffith University's Charles Page has resulted in "Memories In Place: The Centenary of World War 1" book recording Australia's landscape with the battles of The Great War

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8 October 2013
Buddhism and the political landscape in Sri Lanka is the subject of a new book by a Griffith law lecturer.

New book revisits Buddhism in Sri Lanka

A line in the sand of Sri Lanka’s constitutional history was drawn in 2005 with the election of President Mahinda...

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