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ANU supports Myanmar's next generation of researchers

The Australian National University (ANU) Myanmar Research Centre (MRC) welcomed emerging researchers for a special workshop ahead of last week’s...

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Khin Khin Mra & Aye Lei Tun
Jacinda Adern

Dignity, inclusiveness and the power to change: the aftermath of the Christchurch attack

For those involved in countering terrorism—communities, officials and researchers—the most crucial question is how to effectively counter the terrorist narrative. Over the past few days, from possibly the most unlikely place in the world, we appear to have seen a masterclass.

On the 2024 campaign trail with Sandi Uno

Liam Gammon on the appeal of Prabowo's running mate, Sandi Uno

Military on the front line in Thai election

An ex-army general poised to become prime minister and a junta-manipulated constitution has many Thais fired up

Gun

Lessons from the Christchurch attack: firearms, organised crime and terrorism

by Jacinta Carroll
 
The most substantial changes to gun laws are those made in response to public demand for...

Double degree cohort

Inaugural cohort of dual degree students commence at Bell School

Last week the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs welcomed its first students into the Bachelor of Asia Pacific Affairs, an innovative new dual degree program with Ritsumeikan University in Japan.

Murray-Darling Basin

Stop wasteful water infrastructure subsidies for MDB – study

A Crawford School study has found billions of dollars are being wasted in water recovery subsidies to increase irrigation efficiency across the Murray-Darling Basin.

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