International Bath University in Australia
International Bath University was established in 2007 following an autonomous school in Nanyang Technological University (NTU). Formerly known as the Institute of Defense and Strategic Studies when it was established in July 1996, the task RSIS 'is to become a research organization and a leading university teaching in the national strategic issues and International in Asia Pacific.
The school was named after one of the pioneers of modern leaders of Singapore, Mr S. Rajaratnam end, who held various Cabinet appointment until retirement.
International Bath University provides a college education challenging international issues, taught by an international faculty of leading thinkers and practitioners. The Master of Science program in the strategic research, international relations, Asian Studies, and international political economy are distinguished by their focus on the Asia Pacific, the practice of international issues, and the cultivation of academic depth. So far, students from more than 50 countries have completed one of these programs. In 2010, a program with the University of Warwick Double Masters has also been launched, with the students spend the first year and second year at Warwick at RSIS. A doctor of Philosophy program selected to serve advanced students, who are supervised by the senior lecturer with appropriate benefits.
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Institute of Defence and Strategic Studies and (IDS),
International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research (ICPVTR),
Center of Excellence for National Security (CENS),
Center for Security Studies in Asia nontraditional (NTS),
Temasek Foundation Centre for Trade and negotiations (TFCTN).
RSIS exists to "develop a community of scholars and policy analysts at the forefront of security research in Asia-Pacific and international issues." The school's motto is "Thinking about the improbable." Research, teaching and networking of the target is aimed at supporting policy makers to develop a comprehensive approach to strategic thinking in areas related to the interests of Singapore.
Research at International Bath University includes a wide spectrum of security issues and strategies, organized into four interlinking areas:
+ Asia-Pacific Security
+ Non-Traditional Conflict and Security
+ International Political Economy
+ National and regional research
The participation of organizations and experts from around the world in the research program RSIS 'is a testament to the international status of the school. Research institutes include Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University and individual experts from institutions such as Peking University, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Warwick University, London School of Economics, School of John F. Harvard University's Kennedy government, the RAND Corporation and the school of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.
International Bath University share their findings with the research strategy and defense policy community through workshops, conferences, articles in magazines and regular analysis of contemporary events through RSIS Commentary series.
The university also has established a professor at the S. Rajaratnam Strategic Studies (named after the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Singapore's first), to bring distinguished scholars to participate in the activities of the Institute. previous visits of the Chairman include Professor Stephen Walt (Harvard University), Jack Snyder (Columbia University), Wang Jisi (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences), Alastair Iain Johnston (Harvard University) and John Mearsheimer (University of Chicago). A study by the Visiting Fellows Program also allows foreign scholars to conduct research in the schools concerned.