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A justice prize-winning academic outlines how society can better ensure justice for victims of rape.
In a career of almost 50 years – 25 at ANU as special professor – Des Ball has been an academic of both reflection and action.
The most interesting research sometimes comes from taking the road less travelled, writes ANDREW WALKER.
Leading international law expert warns covert killings are eroding the rule of law.
Leading defence expert Hugh White warns against the potential risk involved in an Australia-Japan alliance.
More than 150 students have graduated from the innovative ANU-ACSC Military Studies Program.
The world needs to move away from only setting national carbon emission targets, according to new ANU research.
Two-day study camp immerses high school students in Chinese and Japanese language and culture.
A new project seeks to give public servants new professional accreditation standards and enhance public service delivery.
Australia needs to re-focus on Southeast Asia if it is to successfully engage with the Asian century, says expert.
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