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27 November 2018

Myanmar Transformed? People, Places and Politics

Leading CAP academics launched a new publication examining contemporary Myanmar at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) – Yusof Ishak Institute in Singapore recently

27 November 2018

“Made in China” makes global mark

A CAP supported publication, the Made in China Yearbook, has been cited by an influential US Government report for the third consecutive year

27 November 2018

Year in Asia - Where are they now? Sarah McFadden

Sarah McFadden tells us her thoughts on the Year in Asia program and how she thinks it has benefited her career since graduating

27 November 2018

The end of the road for the Khmer Rouge tribunal

On Friday 16 November 2018 the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC) handed down a guilty verdict against ageing former Khmer Rouge leaders

27 November 2018

Australia can’t forget Micronesia

Australia’s decision to open new diplomatic posts in Palau and the Marshall Islands should be the first of many steps in an increased diplomatic footprint in Micronesia

22 November 2018
2018 Awards for Excellence in Education

CAP academics recognised for teaching excellence

Professor Michael Wesley, Dean of The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific, honoured five exceptional teaching...

19 November 2018

Year in Asia - Where are they now? Rianna Tatarelli

Rianna Tatarelli tells us her thoughts on the Year in Asia program and how she thinks it has benefited her career since graduating

19 November 2018

Year in Asia - Where are they now? Marie-Alice McLean-Dreyfus

Marie-Alice McLean-Dreyfus tells us her thoughts on the Year in Asia program and how she thinks it has benefited her career since graduating

19 November 2018

Podcast: Counter-terrorism and civil liberties

In the wake of the Bourke street knife attack in Melbourne, this week’s Policy Forum Pod takes a look at whether security and freedom must always be a zero-sum game

19 November 2018

Aid and soft power: handle with care

DFAT is currently carrying out a review into soft power in Australia’s foreign policy - how should this affect Australia's use of soft power in the future?

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