On the 'big table' of the Security Council
On the 'big table' of the Security Council, Australia must champion the cause of women.
Paying the Price for Aid and Diplomacy Cuts
Cuts to Australian overseas aid and embassies are harsh, but the loss to our international reputation is priceless, writes Susan Harris Rimmer.
Australia and ASEAN
With its successful diplomatic history and growing economic muscle, SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER asks whether ASEAN is Australia’s best partner for navigating the Asian century.
APCD Graduate becomes First Secretary and Consul to Czech Republic
A member of the APCD 2012 Alumni is welcomed as new Republic of the Phillipines Consul in Prague
Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy
Dr Michele Acuto is a recent graduate from the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy. His thesis has now been transformed into this recent publication "Global Cities, Governance and Diplomacy: the urban link".
APCD Comments on Federal Election
With a Federal election this September, Australia risks missing the goalpost during global grand final season
Australia on the UN Security Council
Australia has won a place on the UN Security Council and can play a leading role among elected members
Diplomacy in a Globalizing World: Theories and Practices
New Publication co-authored by Dr Pauline Kerr and Professor Geoffrey Wiseman
ANU and UWI Caribbean Officials Program
Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young visited the The Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy to launch this extremely successful program.
APCD PhD Graduate Dr. Michele Acuto hails merits of Australian education
Michele Acuto admits that opting to study diplomacy in Australia was an unconventional step for an Italian