Project Activities

Over the past six years, the project developed in three streams, including an on-going strategy for creating international research collaboration; co-creation and engagement with multiple end-user communities; and establishing academic and policy training programs.

Between 2015 and 2017, in collaboration with regional scholars and policy makers, and involving other Bell School scholars, the project team created two research-based case files of Strategic Diplomacy: the Northeast Asia Case File and the Southeast Asia Case File.

Click here for more information.

 

In 2015, 2016, and 2017, Jochen Prantl delivered a series of major addresses on Strategic Diplomacy at the African Union and European Union Headquarters. In 2018, Prantl was appointed Senior Research Fellow in the Earth System Governance research alliance, the world's largest social science research network in the area of global environmental change.

Click here​ for more information.

The particular challenges and emphases of Strategic Diplomacy differ across regional contexts and country perspectives. In 2020, the project team received an Australian Department of Defence grant to investigate how Australia and key allies/partners can meet their future defence and security needs.

Click here​ for more information.