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Tokyo Metropolitan Elections Q&A with Ben Ascione

As Western democracies have faced rising anti-establishment political forces in recent years, the recent Metropolitan Elections in Tokyo ushered in a major change to the status quo. Here's why...

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Call for G20 action on energy issues

An international climate policy expert at The Australian National University (ANU) has called on G20 leaders to take concrete steps...

Risk of fishing nationalism in depleted South China Sea

The South China Sea fishery is heading for collapse, posing dangerous security risks in a hotly contested space, a new...

Building community resilience to counter violent extremism

Why preventing violent extremism needs a focus on strengthening and improving communities

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.

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.

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