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02 October 2018

Colonialism with Chinese characteristics

Where money goes, people follow. As Beijing moves to secure a growing Chinese diaspora throughout the Indo-Pacific, what may start as gated communities could end as de facto colonies

02 October 2018

ANU opens new Southeast Asia Liaison office

The Australian National University has opened an office in Singapore

02 October 2018

ANU delighted to welcome Professor Glyn Davis

Professor Glyn Davis will join the Crawford School of Public Policy

24 September 2018

Reflections on the Southeast Asian Frontiers course - Michael Sloggett

Michael Sloggett discusses the personal and professional benefits gained from undertaking the Southeast Asian Frontiers program

24 September 2018

Reflections on the Southeast Asian Frontiers course - Leon Braun

Leon Braun discusses the personal and professional benefits gained from undertaking the Southeast Asian Frontiers program

24 September 2018

Delivering zero-carbon energy to Asia Pacific

Research into a new export industry to deliver cheap, clean energy for Australia and the region has received $10 million in funding as part of The ANU's Grand Challenges program.

24 September 2018

Cooler heads, calmer waters

The true value of Australia’s largest defence exercise lies in the real-world relationships that might prevent the next maritime crisis

24 September 2018

Honeymoon over for South Korea’s president

Professor Hyung-A Kim discusses why public support for South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has plummeted.

24 September 2018

Lies, damn lies, and the Global Financial Crisis

The world has no chance of learning the lessons of the GFC if we allow those who let it happen to construct alternative histories

19 September 2018

Understanding local contexts to promote gender equality in the Pacific

ANU gender experts argue widespread societal change can’t without cultural knowledge

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