By Dr Diego Fossati and Dr Lee Morgenbesser Griffith Asia Institute and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy The notion that democracy had triumphed over authoritarianism became an irresistible conclusion following the downfall of the Soviet Union. In what amounted to a historic transformation, 46 countries transitioned to democracy between 1991 and 2006. This process […]
Academics from Griffith University and other esteemed institutions will gather for a two-day workshop this month addressing the deterioration of democracy across Southeast Asia. Led by Postdoctoral Research Fellow Dr Diego Fossati (of the Griffith Asia Institute and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy), participants will draw from their deep regional knowledge to discuss the extent to […]
The ‘International Symposium on South/South Migration: Opportunities, Risks and Policy Imperatives’ was hosted at the University of Queensland on 15 April – a joint initiative between the School of Social Science, University of Queensland, and the Griffith Asia Institute. South/South migration is a relatively new phenomenon. Historically, the flow of migration between Global North (developed) […]
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More than two decades ago, the idea of positioning Queensland produce in South-East Asian markets was daunting. Today these same markets are open for business and Queensland is well placed to be a leading player. In an article for The Courier Mail’s Queensland Business monthly, Dr Robin Roberts from the Griffith Asia Institute discusses Australia’s […]
After winning the local stage of the CFA Institute Research Challenge in Sydney late last year, a formidable Griffith Business School team will contest the Asia Pacific regional final in Singapore on 24 April.
Professor Dianne Otto discusses People's Tribunals and what they offer to victims of sexual violence in conflicts.
Law students Louis Baigent, Kerrod Giles, Jessica Musulin and Daniel Popple discuss their journey to the Vis International Moot in Hong Kong.