Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy; Diplomacy; International Relations

Strategic Diplomacy in the 21st Century: Rethinking Strategy and Statecraft

Today’s most pressing security challenges – great power conflict, economic dependence, climate change and other non-traditional threats such as pandemics – are complex, entailing interconnectivity, non-linearity and emergence.

Why India-China Border Conflict Is Music to Pakistan’s Ears

Dr Claude Rakisits from our Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy analyses the potential geo-strategic ramifications of the outcome of this clash.

Language Shock in Diplomacy

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Dr Marty Natalegawa at CAP Graduations

Dr Natalegawa gave an inspiring speech at the College graduation ceremony of 14 December, 2016

Workshopping the Security Council

At an October workshop outside Florence, Dr Jeremy Farrall joined a team of researchers exploring ways for non-permanent elected members to leverage their influence on the UN Security Council.

Translating the refugee crisis

Following the launch of a Danish translation of his book What is a refugee? Professor William Maley explains why the refugee crisis is as topical in Denmark as ever.

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