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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,...

23 June 2017

Centre of Excellence for Biodiversity and Heritage launched at Parliament House

The new Centre for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage, based at the University of Wollongong, will tell Australia’s ‘epic story’.

22 June 2017

VC launches RegNet book and new school name

Professor Brian Schmidt, Vice Chancellor of the ANU, joined the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet) in celebrating their 15th birthday yesterday with the launch of the book Regulatory Theory: Foundations and Applications.

21 June 2017

China not as big a challenge as we think: DFAT chief tells Crawford Forum

Secretary of the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade Frances Adamson has told the ANU Crawford Australian Leadership Forum that the challenge Australia faces from a rising China is not as big as many Australians perceive it to be.

20 June 2017

Crawford Forum disputes growing protectionist sentiment

The Crawford Australian Leadership Forum has discussed barriers to international trade but has disputed concerns about a rise of global protectionism.

20 June 2017

RBA chief tells Crawford Forum Australia must embrace technology

Reserve Bank of Australia Governor Philip Lowe has warned that Australia must embrace changing technology and invest in human capital if it wants economic growth to continue.


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