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1 March 2019

Reducing the gap between the promises and outcomes of UN deployment

By Charuka Ekanayake PhD candidate, Griffith Law School UN Peace Support Operations (PSO)1 have evolved in numerous directions to various...

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6 December 2013

UN accuses Assad of war crimes

In an article in SBS Online, Professor Alex Bellamy comments on the United Nation’s findings implicating Syrian President Bashar al-Assad...

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31 May 2013

Mr Thomas Burn, British High Commission visits Griffith Asia Institute.

British Foreign Secretary William Hague last year launched an initiative to try to end the widespread culture of impunity towards...

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24 January 2013

Why Rebels (sometimes) Commit Atrocities

Originally posted in International Peace Institute’s Global Observatory, Alex Bellamy writes: “Understanding why some rebel groups commit atrocities allows us...

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26 November 2012

Launch of Publication: Massacres and Morality: Mass Atrocities in an Age of Civilian Immunity

On 25 November 2012, Professor Alex Bellamy, from the Centre for Governance and Public Policylaunched his latest book, Massacres and...

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25 October 2012

East Asian Quiet Revolution

Prof Alex Bellamy speaks with Steve Austin from ABC 12 about the changes taking place in the Asia Pacific region...

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25 October 2012

Responsibility to Protect

Prof Alex Bellamy addresses the UN Security Council about the Responsibility to Protect. Click here to listen to the podcast

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22 October 2012

Australia’s chance to make lasting impression

Australia has an opportunity to make “an indelible mark” during its two-year term on the United Nations Security Council. That’s...

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27 September 2012

Australian bid for the UN Security Council

Professor Alex Bellamy discusses the need for Australian’s to have a seat on the United Nations Security Council as the...

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5 September 2012

Griffith in fight against genocide

Alex Bellamy, Professor of International Security with the Griffith Asia Institute, will be taking part in high level discussions at...

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