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31 July 2017

New book investigates Japanese war crimes trials in all international jurisdictions

A new book examining Japanese war crimes in the Pacific...

28 July 2017

Meet one of the minds behind the Little Red podcast

Hear from Dr Graeme Smith on his hit podcast, Little Red which has over 10,000 people listening from around the world.

18 July 2017

Tokyo Metropolitan Elections Q&A with Ben Ascione

As Western democracies have faced rising anti-establishment political forces in recent years, the recent Metropolitan Elections in Tokyo ushered in a major change to the status quo. Here's why...

18 July 2017

The new Dr Jones

ANU has a real life archaeologist Dr Jones graduating with her PhD.

10 July 2017

Asia Pacific Week 2017 navigate the changing landscape of the region

Students from across the globe came together for The Australian National University’s Asia Pacific Week, a student-led conference examining pressing issues facing the region.

06 July 2017

Call for G20 action on energy issues

An international climate policy expert at The Australian National University (ANU) has called on G20 leaders to take concrete steps...

05 July 2017

Risk of fishing nationalism in depleted South China Sea

The South China Sea fishery is heading for collapse, posing dangerous security risks in a hotly contested space, a new...

05 July 2017

Building community resilience to counter violent extremism

Why preventing violent extremism needs a focus on strengthening and improving communities

05 July 2017

Infinite hoops in life and quidditch – Q&A with ANU quidditch coach

Hear from PhD student and ANU quidditch coach...

28 June 2017

Professor Li Narangoa awarded State Medal of Friendship by Mongolian President

At the recent 2017 Mongolia Update held at ANU, Professor Li Narangoa was awarded the Mongolian State Medal of Friendship,...


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