Events March 2018

14
Feb
2018

Upcoming CartoGIS Events

CartoGIS Services is hosting a number of events and drop-in sessions for academic staff and HDR students this semester.
13
Mar
2018

Living Politics: Exhibition

This exhibition is a collection of images which the researchers have brought back from their fieldwork. They convey the richness and complexity of grassroots living politics in the region, the difficulties faced by living politics networks and communities, and the creativity with which they are responding to those difficulties.
21
Mar
2018

Redress

Various
How can we approach redress for mass atrocities across time and space?
23
Mar
2018

Testing the Nuclear Stability - Instability Paradox Using Synthetic Control Method

Professor Benjamin E. Goldsmith, ANU
Does acquisition of nuclear weapons by security rivals increase their level of conventional militarised conflict? Some recent theoretical and quantitative work has supported the ‘stability-instability paradox’, the proposition that while nuclear weapons deter nuclear war, they may also provide the conditions for nuclear-armed rivals to increase conventional military conflict with each other.
23
Mar
2018

Informal life politics in Inner Mongolia and Mongolia

Uchralt Otede
This seminar will explore how informal life politics work in Inner Mongolia and Mongolia. It will examine how people in these regions connect to each other through informal life politics, how they deal with real-word problems by creating locally-grounded knowledge, and how formal political systems respond to informal life politics. Based on participatory action research conducted between 2014 and 2017, it will present two main findings: first, the critical role of local, personal networks in informal life politics; and second, the negative effect on informal life politics of the politically sensitive atmosphere in Inner Mongolia.
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