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

10 November 2004

Address given to the Institute of Diplomacy and Foreign Relations, Malaysia

BBC News

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Information Source

The Economist

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22 December 2002

Interviewed  by Li Nian, Correspondent of International Politics for Wen Hui Daily, 22 December 2003, p. 3. 

1 November 2003

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).

2 July 1995 to 6 July 1995

This was a major international conference hosted by La Trobe University to mark the 50th anniversary of the United Nations. the conference, convened by Joseph Camilleri, examined issues relating to democracy, security and regionalism, with a focus on the Asia-Pacific region. The conference brought together sdome fo the world's leading scholars, policy-makers and NGO representatives to examine the UN's structure, performance and agenda.

1 July 1995

The Conference United Nations between Sovereignty and Global Governance was hosted by La Trobe University and convened by Joseph Camilleri. It was held at La Trobe University, Melbourne on 2-6 July 1995.

The Conference received wideranging coverage in both The Age and The Australian.

The reports can be viewed below: