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16 February 2017

Working at the coal-face of China Australia research: Amy King receives Westpac Fellowship

The ANU recipient of the 2017 Westpac Fellowship says she hopes to use the next three years to pursue extensive research...

15 February 2017

Will Myanmar's march to democracy trip up?

A year after Aung San Suu Kyi and her National League for Democracy were installed as Myanmar’s first popularly elected...

08 February 2017

A student's insight into China: Wealth and Power

Throughout David's degree he become interested in the challenges faced by China after four decades of  economic growth. He decided...

08 February 2017

Front row to a new Presidency

As the world has been watching Washington, one Crawford student has been granted a front row seat.

Master of Public...

07 February 2017

Optimism and despair in Myanmar

In February 2016 Myanmar saw its first freely elected government in more than half a century sworn in to parliament....

07 February 2017

New coal plants wouldn’t be clean, and would cost billions in taxpayer subsidies

No such thing as clean coal, writes Professor Frank Jotzo from The ANU Crawford School of Public Policy,

Following a ...

07 February 2017

What public servants need in today's crazy world: empathy and integrity

In the face of declining trust in our political leaders, public policy schools have a key role to play in...

06 February 2017

Applications now open for Academic Council on the UN System Annual Meeting, Seoul

The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Academic Council on the UN System (ACUNS) will be held in Seoul in June. This...

01 February 2017

ANU ranked in the top 10 international universities

The ANU has been named in the top 10 of the world's most international universities.

The 2017 Times Higher Education international...


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