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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 62
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2012Power/Knowledge in Discourses of Climate JusticeMcLoughlin, Liam; Department of Government and International Relations
2012Fear, Itself The Threat Constructions Of Tea Party Candidates In The 2010 Republican PrimariesHumphries, Thomas; Department of Government and International Relations
2012The Case of Egypt (1981-2011)Hudson, Antonia; Department of Government and International Relations
2012EU Influence and the Politics of Memory Postwar Croatia & Serbia in a Comparative PerspectiveHristovska, Stephanie; Department of Government and International Relations
2012Military, Inc. Private Military Companies And State-Centrism In International Relations.Meyering, Alexander Barrett; Department of Government and International Relations
2012Australian Financial Governance: The Power of The Australian Financial Industry Over Public Policy-Making In The Lead-Up To The Global Financial CrisisCAREY, LACHLAN; Department of Government and International Relations
2012Exploring Secularity Studying Australian SecularistsAbadee, Daniel; Department of Government and International Relations
2010Gendering the Agenda - Discursive Constructions of Gender within the Security Council’s ‘Women, Peace and Security’ AgendaFrazer, Jessica; Department of Government and International Relations
2011The Female Citizen as a Precursor to Political Revolution in the Middle East – A Comparative Study of Turkey and IranMostaghim, Manna; Department of Government and International Relations
2011American Knowledge and Ignorance In Comparative PerspectiveGumley, Lindsay E.; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Political Parties and Australia’s Migration Program, 1972-2010: A Partisan Difference?Crowe, Shaun; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Lifting the Shroud: Government, Investment Banks and Power in Post Financial Crisis United Kingdom - A critical deconstruction of the relationship between government and investment banks in the United Kingdom post global financial crisis (2007 – 2011)Maheswaran, Sharangan; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Riots in Lyon and Oldham: A comparative studyPrahl, Sabine; Department of Government and International Relations
2011For God’s Sake! Rethinking Secularism in AustraliaBrown, Melanie; Department of Government and International Relations
2011National Television in Putin's Russia - The Media's Changing Role in Society and the Consolidation of Competitive AuthoritarianismSokolovskaja, Margarita; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Globalisation and Comparative Capitalism: The Industrial Relations of Volkswagen and Ford in South African Export ZonesCartwright, Madison; Department of Government and International Relations
2011The Responsibility to Protect: Answering Civil Conflict in the 21st Century – A RAMSI Case StudyPearson, Lucy; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Sustaining Policies- A Case Study Comparison of University Implementation of Sustainability PoliciesCollins, Lisette; Department of Government and International Relations
2011The Republic of South Africa: the Southern African Regional Hegemon - Analysing the ‘irresponsible’ leadership of a regional Southern African hegemon; post-apartheid, through case studies of Angola, Mozambique, Namibia, and ZimbabweSchirmer, Kelsey Ann; Department of Government and International Relations
2011Lebanon: The Cycle of DeathElias, Joseph; Department of Government and International Relations
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 62
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