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09 November 2021
Professro Sharon Friel at the front of Parliament House in Canberra.

Government gets F for housing during COVID-19

The Federal Government has failed in its housing policy response during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to

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04 November 2021
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Korea Update unveils greater need for diplomatic ties

Australia’s relationship with the Republic of Korea has been “shamefully neglected”, according to one of the many speakers at this...

25 October 2021
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2021 Korea Update and Korea Corner Grand Opening

Celebrating 60 Years of diplomatic relations between Australia and the Republic of Korea 1961-2021

14 October 2021

It's Squid Game on for Korean culture in confronting Netflix series

Netflix has heralded Squid Game as its most popular series yet, with more than 111 million fans tuning in since its debut...

07 October 2021
Professor Sara Bice

Communities to have their say on Australia’s $272 billion big build

The Australian National University (ANU) is seeking the views of communities impacted by Australia’s $272 billion infrastructure roll-out.

Researchers from...

07 October 2021
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Why Australia needs a Minister for Intelligence

The Federal Government should appoint a Minister for Intelligence to combat Australia’s complex security threats, according to a national security...

07 October 2021
Professor Helen Sullivan

How political studies can save the world?

College of Asia and the Pacific Dean Professor Helen Sullivan recently gave a presidential address to the Australian Political Studies Association on how political studies can save the world (providing we can get out of our own way).

29 September 2021
View over Lake Kutubu in Papua New Guinea. Photo: Professor Simon Haberle

Researchers uncover signs of ecosystem collapse in significant PNG wetland

A new study by researchers from The Australian National University (ANU) has identified warning signs of ecosystem collapse at a...

20 September 2021
A dead tree stands in a green field with the Tidbinbilla Mountain range in the background

Low hanging fruit in Australia's climate policy

Crawford School researchers Professor Frank Jotzo and Professor Warwick McKibbin say ample opportunities exist to reduce emissions and harvest the low-hanging...

16 September 2021

Nuclear future looms for Australia’s sub-par submarines

The announcement of a new security pact between Australia, the UK and the US echoes the strong wartime bonds of...

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