Join the Institute for Economics and Peace, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Department of Pacific Affairs at ANU for a discussion on how to measure Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG16) across the Pacific.
This paper investigates the role of efficacy evidence produced in randomised controlled trials (RCTs) on demand for cancer drugs.
Terry Waite CBE has a long experience of negotiating for the release of hostages. He has successfully negotiated with General Amin in Uganda, Col Ghadaffi in Libya, Revolutionary Guards in Iran and Hezbollah in Beirut.
The presentation engages with issues in analysing Vietnam’s growth pattern since the start of her ‘economic miracle’ in the early 1990s.
Time for the Fruit to Fall? Deathbed Narratives in Modern Indian Literature
International trade has lifted more than a billion people out of poverty and driven economic growth in the Asia Pacific since 1990. Aid for Trade helps developing economies maximise the benefits of trade liberalisation.
Nick Danziger is one of the world’s most renowned photojournalists. Much of his life has been dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times in best-selling books, award-winning documentaries and photography.
At sixteen years and counting, Afghanistan is the longest war for western states of the post-Cold War period, and NATO’s first overseas war. At its height, the US and its NATO allies deployed 130,000 troops in its efforts to stabilise the country.
The Australasian Aid Conference (AAC) will return on 13-14 February 2018, once again in partnership with The Asia Foundation.
By the late 1980s, child completion of primary education was near universal in Indonesia. The country has since turned its attention to increasing access to secondary school.
The College of Asia and the Pacific invites you to the opening of Telling Tales: A Look Inside the Asia-Pacific Map Collection, an exhibition that celebrates the generous maps bequest by Dr Clive Kessler and showcases a selection of maps and t
Traffic congestion is a global problem with annual costs approaching $1 trillion, and is a major challenge in Australian cities. The health and environmental costs are often severe. With the right policies, those costs can be greatly reduced.
2017 was the 60th anniversary of the 1957 agreement on commerce between Australia and Japan in 1957.
In honour of Australia’s most eminent living economist, this event will see the
Trade policy modelling typically focuses on effects of tariff changes on product markets. Yet in practice those are small relative to effects of changes in real incomes and real exchange rates as a consequence of a trade agreement.
Canada faces similar challenges to Australia in ensuring that the public service is fit for the future.
Starting from 21 February, CartoGIS Services will be offering weekly GIS drop-in sessions to provide technical support and advice to academics and PhD students who are currently using or are interested in using GIS in their research.
Join ABC journalist Geraldine Doogue for a special recording of A Foreign Affair with Former Senator the Hon Bob Carr, British High Commissioner Her Excellency Menna Rawlings CMG, and College Dean, Professor Michael Wesley.
The second issue of Australian Foreign Affairs, Trump in Asia: The New World Disorder brings together some of this country’s best minds to examine the United States’ sudden shift from the Asia Pivot to America First.
NTEU Seminar Series
Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki will deliver the first NTEU Seminar. Tessa will be speaking on lessons we can learn from universities in Japan and is the ideal person to kick off the series.
This talk will analyse the impact of a recent initiative by the Australian Government to reduce disadvantage in Aboriginal communities.
In 1992 Japan introduced an Automobile NOx Control Law (ANCL) to improve urban air quality. A key feature of the law was a ban on high-emitting diesel vehicles from registering in designated areas after certain grace periods.