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Labor's foreign policy navigates international disruption

A 360-degree scan is as necessary in taking one’s policy bearings as it is in determining one’s geospatial position.


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Getting back to nature in the world’s largest city – travel essay by student Bonnie Mclean

If it exists, you can find it in Tokyo. This is something I’ve found to be very true since starting...

Women in politics in PNG: A zero-sum game?

Kerryn Baker breaks down what the PNG election results mean for women's political representation now, and over the course of this parliamentary term.

Being a good neighbour: Australia in Asia

Re-imagining Australia’s relationships with its neighbours poses no small challenge.

Yet, a panel of academics from the Strategic and Defence...

Like the grass beneath fighting buffalo - student essay by Dot Mason

In the thick of Myanmar’s democratic transition, citizens find themselves caught between the elected government, the authoritarian military, and paranoid...

College of Asia & the Pacific students - join our Marketing & Communications team!

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Student Ambassadors

Our student ambassadors are the face of ANU College of Asia & the Pacific. They...

Asia Pacific Week 2017 navigate the changing landscape of the region

Students from across the globe came together for The Australian National University’s Asia Pacific Week, a student-led conference examining pressing issues facing the region.

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