Contrary to popular belief, a rules-based international order is not in continuity with the past, but a replacement for an international law-based order. The decay of the ideal of politically-neutral international law is a dangerous shift.
OPINION: Debate about news coverage of a shooting that took the lives of four children and three adults in Western Australia, and subsequent commentary, once again raises the question: does the media merely traffic in what interests the public or
Space and military law experts from Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States have joined forces to take the lead on understanding how our Earth-bound laws will be applied in times of armed conflict in outer space.
Fifty years ago this week, on the eve of Vietnam’s New Year celebration, a series of attacks by North Vietnamese forces marked a turning point in the Vietnam War. The offensive transformed America’s previously optimistic perceptions.
One of Australia’s most highly acclaimed fantasy authors, Isobelle Carmody, is soon to arrive for a month-long visit with the School of Humanities and Social Sciences as the 2017 ACT Writer-in-Residence.