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Otago Foreign Policy School Archive

A summary of the subjects and the directors of the successive schools.

53 2018

Asia-Pacific Diplomacy in Transition: Ideas, Issues and Institutions

Professor Robert G. Patman, Department of Politics, University of Otago
Professor Patrick Köllner, Vice President, German Institute of Global and Area Studies (GIGA) and Director, Institute of Asian Studies, Hamburgs

52 2017

Open and Closed Borders:The Geopolitics of Migration

Associate Professor Jacqueline Leckie, Department of Anthropology and Archeology
Dr Heather Devere, National Centre for Peace and Conflict Studies
Dr Simon Ryan, Department of Languages and Cultures

51 2016

Global Politics: from State to Social Media

Associate Professor Paola Voci, Department of Languages and Cultures
Dr Brett Nicholls, Department of Media, Film, and Communication

50 2015

New Zealand and the World: Past, Present and Future

Professor Robert Patman, Department of Politics
Dr Iati Iati, Department of Politics

49 2014

Global Resource Scarcity: Catalyst for conflict or collaboration?

Dr Marcelle Dawson Department of Sociology, Gender and Social Work
Dr Chris Rosin Centre for Sustainability – CSAFE

48 2013

Pacific Geopolitics in the 21st Century

Associate Professor Jenny Bryant-Tokalau (Te Tumu School of Maori, Pacific and Indigenous Studies
Dr Iati Iati (Department of Politics)

47 2012

The Middle East Unfolding Dreams and Drama in the early twenty-first century

Professor William Harris (Political Studies)

46 2011

Science Diplomacy: New Day or False Dawn?
Professor Lloyd Davis, Director, Centre for Science Communication, University of Otago

Professor Robert Patman, Department of Politics, University of Otago

45 2010

China’s Ascent: New Superpower or New Global System
Professor Xiaoming Huang, Director, New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre, Victoria University of Wellington
Professor Robert Patman, Department of Politics, University of Otago

44 2009

Dimensions of the Global Food Crisis
Associate Professor Hugh Campbell, Director – Centre for the Study of Agriculture Food and Environment (CSAFE), University of Otago Dr Chris Rosin, Research Fellow (ARGOS) – Centre for the Study of Agriculture Food and Environment (CSAFE), University of Otago

43 2008

Power to the People? Public Participation in Foreign Policy
Dr Jim Headley, Department of Politics, University of Otago
Mr Andreas Reitzig, Department of Politics, University of Otago
Mr Joe Burton, Department of Politics, University of Otago

42 2007

Environmental Governance and State Autonomy in a Changing Climate
Dr Janine Hayward (Political Studies)
Ms Marjolein Righarts (Political Studies)

41 2006

Sport & Foreign Policy in a Globalizing World
Associate Professor Steve Jackson (Physical Education)
Mr Stephen Haigh (Political Studies)

40 2005

Human Security & Development – Meeting the Millennium Development Goals?
Dr Jacqueline Leckie (Anthropology)
Dr Jenny Bryant-Tokalau (Anthropology)
Dr Paul Hansen (Economics)

39 2004

Redefining the Pacific? Regionalism – Past, Present and Future
Dr Ian Frazer (Anthropology)
Professor Philip Nel (Political Studies)

38 2003

The Ethics of Foreign Policy
Associate Professor Robert Patman (Political Studies)
Dr David Macdonald (Political Studies)
Mrs Betty Mason-Parker (Psychology)

37 2002

Globalisation Civil Conflicts and the National Security State Associate Professor Robert Patman (Political Studies)

36 2001

New Zealand-Australia Relations: Moving Together or Drifting Apart?
Professor Bob Catley (Political Studies)

35 2000

The American Century? In Retrospect and Prospect
Dr Roberto Rabel (Department of History)

34 1999

The Global Economy – Continuity and Change
Associate Professor Martin Richardson (Economics)

33 1998

Universal Human Rights?
Dr Robert Patman (Political Studies)

32 1997

Security in a Post-Cold War World
Dr Robert Patman (Political Studies)

31 1996

State and Sovereignty: Is the State in Retreat?
Associate Professor Antony Wood (Political Studies)

30 1995

The United Nations at Fifty
Professor Ramesh Thakur (Political Studies)

29 1994

The Middle East After the Cold War
Dr William Harris (Geography)

28 1993

Fifty Years of New Zealand Foreign Policy Making
Professor Ann Trotter (Division of Humanities)

27 1992

Latin America in a Changing World Order
Dr Roberto Rabel (History)

26 1991

Europe Without Walls
Dr Roberto Rabel (History)

25 1990

The South Pacific
Professor Ramesh Thakur (Political Studies)

24 1989

New Zealand the Soviet Union and Change
Dr Ralph Hayburn

23 1988

New Zealand and the ASEAN Countries
Dr Ralph Hayburn

22 1987

New Zealand, Canada and the United States
Professor Ann Trotter

21 1986

New Zealand and China
Professor Ann Trotter (History)

20 1985

New Directions in Foreign Policy
Dr Hyam Gold

19 1984

New Zealand in the World Economy
Dr Hyam Gold (Political Studies)

18 1983

Arms Disarmament and New Zealand
Dr Terry Hearn

17 1982

New Zealand and Australia the Changing Relationship
Dr Terry Hearn

16 1981

New Zealand and Japan
Dr Terry Hearn

15 1980

New Zealand and the South Pacific
Dr Terry Hearn (University Extension)

14 1979

Economics Strategies and Foreign Policy
Dr Ralph Hayburn (History)

13 1978

New Zealand and Australia
Dr Ralph Hayburn (History)

12 1977

Arms, Defence and New Zealand
Dr Erik Olssen (History)

11 1976

Sport, Politics and Foreign Policy
Dr Niall Carr (University Extension)
Dr Erik Olssen (History)

10 1975

Asia in New Zealand’s Economy
Arnold Entwisle

9 1974

New Zealand in the World Economy
Arnold Entwisle

8 1973

New Zealand in a Multipolar World
Arnold Entwisle

7 1972

New Zealand’s Foreign Policy
Arnold Entwisle

6 1971

Europe in New Zealand’s Foreign Policy
Arnold Entwisle

5 1970

New Zealand and the Pacific Basin
Arnold Entwisle

4 1969

History of New Zealand’s Foreign Policy
Arnold Entwisle

3 1968

International Agencies
Arnold Entwisle

2 1967

National Security
Arnold Entwisle

1 1966

How to Make Foreign Policy
Arnold Entwisle (University Extension)