The Graduate Research and Development Network on Asian Security (GRADNAS) initiative aims to build an international network of scholars undertaking cutting-edge research on strategic and security issues in Asia. GRADNAS promotes Asian security research that effectively combines conceptual rigour and innovation with deep empirical analysis.
Convened by Professor Evelyn Goh and based at the Australian National University, this network includes established scholars from leading universities around the world, as well as advanced doctoral students and promising early career researchers in a series of programmes for training, exchange and research collaboration.
With deep sadness, we mourn the loss of Dr. Aileen S.P. Baviera, Professor and former Dean of the University of the Philippines Asian Centre, who passed away on 21 March 2020 in Manila, due to severe pneumonia caused by COVID-19. Professor Baviera was a founding member of GRADNAS, and as one of our Senior Scholars, showed her warm support for our activities and for the Emerging Scholars Network in many ways. We extend our deepest condolences to her family and friends.
Pichamon Yeophantong and Chih-yu Shih, 'A Relational Reflection on Pandemic Nationalism', Journal of Chinese Political Science, 2021, DOI: 10.1007/s11366-021-09736-5.
Rosemary Foot and Amy King, 'China’s World View in the Xi Jinping Era: Where Do Japan, Russia and the USA Fit?', The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, vol. 23, no. 2, 2021, pp. 210 - 227.
Barry Buzan and Evelyn Goh, Rethinking Sino-Japanese Alienation: History Problems and Historical Opportunities, Oxford University Press, 2020.
Iain D. Henry, 'What Allies Want: Reconsidering Loyalty, Reliability and Alliance Interdependence', International Security, vol. 44, no. 4, Spring 2020, pp. 45 - 83.
Rosemary Foot, China, the UN, and Human Protection: Beliefs, Power, Image, Oxford University Press, 2020.
Courtney J. Fung, China and Intervention at the UN Security Council: Reconciling Status, Oxford University Press, 2019.
David C. Kang, 'International Order in Historical East Asia: Tribute and Hierarchy Beyond Sinocentrism and Eurocentrism', International Organization, 2019, pp. 1 - 29.