Political Science and International RelationsPolitical Science at Griffith was awarded the highest possible rating of 5 in the 2012 Excellence in Research Australia assessment. Our 35 staff in political science and international relations are located in two research centres, the Griffith Asia Institute and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy, together with the School of Government and International Relations.
The Asian Politics, Security and Development program further strengthens Griffith's research profile in the politics of the Asia-Pacific, with particular reference to rising powers, new modes of regional governance, and emerging security challenges and responses.
"The Excellence in Research Australia assessment has judged Griffith's research profile in political science first in the country, equal with University of Queensland, the University of Sydney, and ANU.'"
Research Excellence in Political Science, International Relations and Public Policy
(For full results see ERA ratings for 1606 (SBE).)
Griffith Asia Institute Featured Publication Purchase the book from Georgetown University Press Edited by Associate Professor Bruce Gilley and Professor Andrew O’Neil China’s rise is changing the […]
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A Perspectives:Asia seminar presented by Mr Rory Medcalf, Director, International Security Program, Lowy Institute “Perspectives: Asia” is a seminar series designed to promote public discussion […]