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Crawford Forum disputes growing protectionist sentiment

The Crawford Australian Leadership Forum has discussed barriers to international trade but has disputed concerns about a rise of global protectionism.

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Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage launched at Parliament House

The new Centre for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, based at the University of Wollongong, will tell Australia’s ‘epic story’.

Challenges for intelligence communities in a post-truth world

Former US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper says the volume and quality of data in today's post-truth world poses serious challenges for the intelligence communities in Australia and the United States.

Cambodia’s society is changing fast, and its parties slowly

On 4 June, Cambodia held its 4th commune elections. According to the National Election Committee (NEC), 7,040,594 people or 89.52% of...

VC launches RegNet book and new school name

Professor Brian Schmidt, Vice Chancellor of the ANU, joined the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) in celebrating their 15th birthday yesterday with the launch of the book Regulatory Theory: Foundations and Applications.

China not as big a challenge as we think: DFAT chief tells Crawford Forum

Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Frances Adamson has told the ANU Crawford Australian Leadership Forum that the challenge Australia faces from a rising China is not as big as many Australians perceive it to be.

RBA chief tells Crawford Forum Australia must embrace technology

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has warned that Australia must embrace changing technology and invest in human capital if it wants economic growth to continue.

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