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19 September 2017

ANU student has Voyage of a Lifetime on Young Endeavour

Byline: Natalie Staples,Young Endeavour Youth Scheme

The romance of learning to sail on square rigged tall ship lured former Darwin...

19 September 2017

From foreign aid to North Korean pop

From foreign aid to the Pacific to a case study of a North Korean pop band, the new issue of the Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies journal has something for everyone.

19 September 2017

Former ANU Dean of Asian Studies presented with the Merdeka Award in Malaysia

By Student Correspondent, Dot Mason

Professor Anthony Milner, Basham Professor of Asian History at ANU (1994-2013) and Dean of Asian...

18 September 2017
Dr Amy King with fellow panelists at the Japan Update 2017

Japan Update 2017: what role will Japan play in a changing global system?

Policymakers, industry leaders and Japan experts gathered at ANU last week for the 2017 Japan Update. Minister for Foreign Affairs...

15 September 2017

New classes offer a ‘taste’ of Asian languages each week

Are you interested in learning an Asian language? A new series of taster classes hosted by the College of...

14 September 2017

Democracy Unravelled: Violence escalates in Rakhine state, Myanmar

By CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

Myanmar’s National League for Democracy (NLD) has faced condemnation in recent weeks for its...

11 September 2017

Crawford School staff awarded medals by Vietnamese Government

Crawford alumnus Professor Tran Tho Dat, now President of the National Economics University of Vietnam, recently travelled to Australia to...

11 September 2017

College Human Resources Manager advocates for Canberra veterans’ community

As an ex-Army serviceman himself, Rob Marshall was inspired to support veterans through the not-for-profit Veterans’ Advisory Council.

“I used to work...


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