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Keynote Address
14 July 2004

Keynote Address to the Oceanic Conference on International Studies (OCIS)

Delivered at University House, Australian National University.

This inaugural OCIS Conference was hosted by the Department of International Relations in the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies at the Australian National University.

Details of publication arising from this address can be found here

Keynote Address
28 November 2002

An address delivered to the Institue of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations (IDFR), Malaysia

Welcoming remarks by Y. Bhg. Dato' Dr Mohd Yusof Ahmad, Director General, IDFR

Keynote Address
11 February 2004

Address delivered at Ateneo de Manila Unviersity, in conjunction with the launch of Professor Camilleri's Book Regionalism in the New Asia-Pacific Order.

Publication details can be viewed here

Keynote Address
20 January 1992

Address deliered to the Summer School 1992, University of Melbourne

Keynote Address
6 December 1996

Keynote address delivered to Conference Labour, Rights and Globalisation: Australia and Asia-Pacific, 6-8 December 1996.

the Conference was convened by the Centre for Citizenship and Human Rights, Deakin University, Melbourne

Keynote Address
7 July 2012

The 18th Asia-Pacific Model United Nations Conference was hosted by LIRA,  La Trobe University, and attended by 600 students from all aprts of Asutralia and more than 10 Asian countries.

Keynote Address
19 December 2012

Occasional Address delivered at the Graduation Cermeony, La Trobe University, 19 December 2012.

The text of the address can be viewed here graduation adress december 2012.docx

Keynote Address
16 October 2011

The Address was delivered in Dubai's Holy Trinity Church with a large congregation in atendance and in the presence of the Bishop and ministers of the Anglican Diocese of Cyprus and the Gulf, and several U.A.E. dignitaries. 

Keynote Address
17 September 2008

Faculty of Arts Public Lecture delivered while Professor Camilleri was a visitng scholar in the School of Social and Political Sciences, University of Melbourne

Keynote Address
8 October 2008

Faculty of Arts, University of Melbourne, Public Lecture

Climate change has rightly come to occupy centre stage in national and international politics. Most attention is currently directed to what societies and the international community should do to reduce, if not reversed, the harmful effects of greenhouse gas emissions.