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19 January 2018

ANU research identifies key factor behind the global rise in populism

New research from The Australian National University (ANU) has found that a decay in trust in political parties and a...

19 January 2018

Mandatory podcasts for Asia Pacific enthusiasts

To keep you informed and up-to-date on the world’s most dynamic region, International Security Studies student Mitch Clyne has listened...

18 January 2018

CAP publications among most downloaded in 2017

Publications by experts at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific were among the most downloaded in 2017, according to...

11 January 2018

ANU PhD students bring Australian anthropology to the world

A new anthropology blog and podcast run by four ANU PhD students is making a wide impact.

The Familiar Strange...

10 January 2018

Past climate change drove decline of Aussie tigers and rise of devils

A new study led by The Australian National University (ANU) has found a strong link between a rapidly cooling climate...

20 December 2017

The challenges to regional security in the Asia Pacific

Dr Michael Vatikiotis discusses challenges to regional security in the Asia Pacific.

20 December 2017

Time to focus on ASEAN rather than obsess about the 'US or China' question

Council for Security Cooperation in the Asia Pacific tackles the most pressing security challenges facing our regiontw

19 December 2017

Changing great power dynamics in the Asia Pacific: Meanings and Consequences

CSCAP General Conference Keynote address by Richard Smith AO PSM

12 December 2017

Australia’s US Ambassador Hockey shares his views on Trump’s first year

"Just because it is unconventional doesn't mean the outcomes are worse," said Joe Hockey.


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