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09 May 2018

When will we stop cutting aid?

A disappointing 2018 budget for foreign aid

09 May 2018

One Malaysia, two Chinas

Updates on Malaysia's GE14

02 May 2018

Diplomacy will have more weight in China’s foreign aid program

China's Ministry of Foreign Affairs to play a more prominent role in the management of Chinese aid

01 May 2018

Optimism on the Korean Peninsula

How likely are the prospects for peace on the Korean Peninsula?

01 May 2018

Coombs Building Refurbishment Project

Find out more about the Coombs Building Refurbishment Project

30 April 2018

Untangling the hair trade

Discarded hair makes a circuitous journey from India to the West, gathering value along the way

27 April 2018

As a new defence chief comes in, Australia must focus its attention on its neighbours

The challenges ahead for Lieutenant General Angus Campbell

26 April 2018

Opinion: Our Shrinking World

Dot Mason reports on borders, walls and the law

26 April 2018

Could Australia help resolve Myanmar’s Rohingya crisis?

Moving Myanmar’s policy on the Rohingya beyond stalemate

23 April 2018

ANU scholar launches book, "Is International Law International"?

International lawyers, policymakers and scholars recently gathered at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to celebrate the launch of...


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