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Strategic Plan 2013-2017
A document that incorporates the new statement of the University’s Vision, Mission, Values and Commitments, and sets the Griffith 2020 agenda to further develop its position as a university of
Strategic Plan 2006-2010
This document for the 2006-2010 period articulates the University’s Vision, Mission and Values and sets out the goals and targets associated with the core activities of learning and research and
The International Relations Discipline: Asset or Liability for Conflict Resolution?
This chapter seeks to place the growing discipline of international conflict resolution in the wider context of international relations theory.
Dangerous ontologies : the ethos of survival and ethical theorising in international relations
The article responds to a recent call for a more systematic interrogation of the persistence of the dichotomous relation between ethics and International Relations. The addition of ethics into
Gaming and Simulation in International Relations
TEMPER is a strategic model of international conflict relationships and interactions, focussed, at its present stage of developmcnt, on cold war and limited war situations. Its design and supporting
Political unrest puts SESAME project in jeopardy
A major scientific project designed to foster collaboration between countries in the Middle East is facing difficulties following growing political unrest in the region.
Iran emerges as one of the new scientific powerhouses
Iran is the fastest growing country in terms of the numbers of scientific publications, according to a new report by the UK's Royal Society.