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09 July 2018

ANU Fellow wins prestigious political science prize

Dr Paul D Kenny, Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Change at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, was announced the winner of the prestigious Robert A Dahl Award.

05 July 2018

Time for Thai studies

Catherine Yen explains why it is important to continue to study and write about Thai politics regardless of whether the same topics continue to repeat themselves

03 July 2018

The challenge of China’s governance

What are the challenges associated with the West's perception of Chinese governance?

03 July 2018

Freeze change: strengthening Australia’s Antarctic efforts

From mining icebergs to nuclear submarines, international attention is increasingly turning to Antarctica.

03 July 2018

Indo-Pacific in focus

The Crawford School of Public Policy's site 'Policy Forum' explores the concept of the Indo-Pacific

02 July 2018

Podcast: Are policymakers unethical?

How can our policy institutions regain the public’s trust?

02 July 2018

Escaping sorcery accusations

Dr Miranda Forsyth explores the ways those accused of sorcery can escape the consequences of this claim

02 July 2018

Populist leaders, not populist parties, are driving Asian politics

Populism has been a recurrent, if not endemic, feature of democracy in Asia. Why?

26 June 2018

Asia and Trump’s trade war threat

The world’s two largest economies are skirmishing around the brink of a global trade war

26 June 2018

Global economic uncertainty and Japan’s leadership in the Asia Pacific

How has Japan stepped up as an Asian leader in response to American protectionist measures and global economic uncertainty?


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