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02 April 2019
Pacific road

The Efic reform bill: maximising Australian benefits even to the detriment of our neighbours

Do Labor and the Coalition really want the first legislative manifestation of the Pacific step-up to require Australian benefit to be maximised even at the potential expense of the Pacific and other developing countries?

29 March 2019

Mercury Australia network launched at ANU

The new network unites the efforts of Australia's 20 university researchers studying the presence, use and impacts of mercury in Australia.

27 March 2019
Library

National security and the resilience paradigm

Education in an age of the securitisation of everything.

25 March 2019
Paul Keating

Frydenberg should call a no-holds-barred inquiry into superannuation, now, because Labor won't

The Coalition is running out of time to do worthwhile things, writes Visiting Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy Peter Martin.

25 March 2019
UK flag

Podcast: Shock tactics – Brexit and thinking the unthinkable

This week on Policy Forum Pod, the team takes a look at shocks to the system – from Trump to Brexit – and ask whether our institutions are up to the task of dealing with them.

21 March 2019

The government is right - immigration helps us rather than harms us

Robert Breunig on the effects of immigration on wages

20 March 2019
Jacinda Adern

Dignity, inclusiveness and the power to change: the aftermath of the Christchurch attack

For those involved in countering terrorism—communities, officials and researchers—the most crucial question is how to effectively counter the terrorist narrative. Over the past few days, from possibly the most unlikely place in the world, we appear to have seen a masterclass.

19 March 2019
Gun

Lessons from the Christchurch attack: firearms, organised crime and terrorism

by Jacinta Carroll
 
The most substantial changes to gun laws are those made in response to public demand for...

19 March 2019
Khin Khin Mra & Aye Lei Tun

ANU supports Myanmar's next generation of researchers

The Australian National University (ANU) Myanmar Research Centre (MRC) welcomed emerging researchers for a special workshop ahead of last week’s...

18 March 2019

Oz academics confront Oz foreign policy

Australians may not be interested in foreign affairs, but foreign affairs is interested in Australia.

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