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Poverty in focus

Policy Forum at The Australian National University's (ANU) Crawford School of Public Policy has launched a new special section taking a...

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Poverty in focus
Rebecca Gidley

CHL PhD Scholars win ASAA John Legge Prize for Asian Studies Thesis

Australia’s peak body for Asian studies — Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) — recently announced the winners of its...

The Brief: Sanctioning Myanmar

Former Australian Ambassador to Myanmar Trevor Wilson looks at whether international pressure could help break the Rohingya stalemate on this week's The Brief podcast

Crowding out the Pacific

Why has Australia performed so much worse than New Zealand when it comes to Pacific seasonal workers?

Dr Kate Henne

Dr Kathryn Henne named 2018 Critical Criminologist of the Year

Associate Professor Kate Henne from ANU College of Asia and the Pacific's School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) has...

Getting ahead of the next crisis in Asia

The 10th anniversary of the global financial crisis has provided the occasion for serious reflection about the prevention and resolution of financial and economic crises

Xi Jinping looks to the northeast to make China great again

Nathan Attrill explores why China would want to revitalise their northeast in an effort to improve their overall economic, social and environmental well-being

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