Joseph Camilleri has been actively involved in the Pax Christi movement since 1969. He served as General Secretary of Pax Christi in England in 1970-72, facilitated the establishment of Pax Christi in the United States, and was the founding President of Pax Christi in Australia from 1974, a position he held for over 30 years. He continues to serve on the Executive Committee of the Victorian branch.
Dr Kissinger’s current talks in Moscow are taking place against a background of growing strains in Soviet-American relations, and a noticeable slowing down in the movement towards détente. Because of pro-Jewish pressure in the American Congress, America has not honoured its promise to give the Soviet Union most-favoured nation treatment, and has suspended several proposed loans.
Joseph A. Camilleri, 'Tra Europa e Medio Oriente: geopolitica occasionale o incontro culturale', in Elisabetta Brighi and Fabio Peitto (eds), Il Mediterraneo nelle relazioni internationali, Milano: Vita e Pensiero, 2009, pp. 139-164.
This article by K. C. Boey (Sunday Times, Malaysia, 1 November 2003) reports on the book launch of Camilleri's book Regionalism in the New Asia-Pacific Order: the Political Economy of the Asia-Pacific Region, Volume 2. The book was lunched by Prof Desmond Ball (Australian National University).
The Conference, convened by Joseph Camilleri, was a sequel to a number of other workshops and symposia that have been organised in collaboration with other institutions in Europe and Asia. They formed part of a larger research programme Europe and Asia between Islam and the United States: The Politics of Transition.
This Conference focused on the interaction of three key dualities: