All stories

20 September 2012

Endangered language given digital lifeline

One of the world’s most endangered languages is to be brought into the digital age through a first-of-its-kind app.

19 September 2012

Australia short-changing itself over Chinese investment

Australia is in danger of missing out on vital economic opportunities with China, warns a leading expert.

19 September 2012

Vanuatu experts elected honorary curators

Two ANU archaeologists have been given rare honorary appointments by the Natural Cultural Council in Vanuatu.

19 September 2012

Staying power

The US is looking to cement its place in the Asia Pacific, a move which could lead to a more secure region, writes RUSSELL McGOLDRICK.

18 September 2012
<em>Professor Gareth Evans. Photo by Belinda Pratten.</em>

Nuclear disarmament needs new focus

ANU Chancellor Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC has called for a renewed focus on nuclear disarmament, particularly in...

31 August 2012

Not so friendly fire

Australian forces will continue to suffer green on blue attacks until they fully withdraw from Afghanistan, writes JOHN BLAXLAND.

29 August 2012

Asia’s changing tide of power to ripple through Indian Ocean

Changing of the guard in the Asia Pacific set to play out in the Indian Ocean, says expert.

29 August 2012

Super 88

China may need to change its economic game plan and take more risks if it is to maintain its gold-winning development, writes JUSTIN LIANG.

27 August 2012

Something fishy about proposed Mekong dams

Millions of people are in danger of going hungry if proposed dams on the lower Mekong River go ahead.

27 August 2012

US moving with the currents as new waves hit the Pacific

Changing power structures and diplomacy in the South Pacific could provide a model on the future of the United States–China relationship in the Asia Pacific, argues JOANNE WALLIS.


Updated:  24 April, 2017/Responsible Officer:  Dean, ANU College of Asia & the Pacific/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team