Defence holding steady

Department of Accounting, Finance and Economics
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  While the 2017 Defence budget confirms a commitment to large-scale projects currently in play, an emphasis on job creation in the Defence arena also moves to reaffirm the government’s ‘Australia first’ agenda. By Professor Andrew O’Neil, Griffith Business School Overview By far the most complicated dimension of defence budgets is aligning the timing of […]

New book released: Middle Powers and the Rise of China

News articles
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Griffith Asia Institute Featured Publication Purchase the book from Georgetown University Press Edited by Associate Professor Bruce Gilley and Professor Andrew O’Neil China’s rise is changing the dynamics of the international system. Middle Powers and the Rise of China is the first work to examine how the group of states referred to as “middle powers” are responding to China’s […]

Enter Pyongyang

Pyongyang
Griffith Asia Institute
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A new promotional video supposedly showing the every-day life of the North Korean capital of Pyongyang has recently been released online. However Professor Andrew O’Neil from the Griffith Asia Institute says viewers should not let themselves be distracted by pretty pictures and flashy imagery. “The overwhelming majority of North Koreans are brutally repressed by a […]

On the merits of avoiding stark choices

Griffith Asia Institute
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The Australian Strategic Policy Institute Blog has published an article by Griffith Asia Institute Member and Head of the School of Government and International Relations, Professor Andrew O’Neil discussing how strategic analysts have a poor record of anticipating the future shape of international relations. You can read the article here.

G20-20 vision

Headshot of Professor Andrew O'Neil
Gold Coast Business Building
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Head of the School of Government and International Relations, Professor Andrew O’Neil, hopes the G20 in Brisbane will be a catalyst for social, cultural, political and economic development.