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14 September 2021

AquaWhen? – Water Justice Hub exhibition targets Barka-Lower Darling issues

The experiences of the Country and the people of the Barka/Darling River are the focus of a unique virtual art...

13 September 2021

2021 Indonesia Update: In sickness and in health

The question of how will Indonesia rebound from a collapse of its health care system after a second wave of...

07 September 2021
Head and shoulder image of Helen Sullivan.

Breaking the mould: meet the new ANU Dean for Asia and the Pacific

Professor Helen Sullivan is the newest dean at ANU. She’s committed to driving the University’s vital work on Asia and...

03 September 2021

PNG’s private security industry could improve public security: report

A new report from researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) highlights the vital role private security plays in ensuring...

30 August 2021
Thai Update

“Too much tension could break the rope”: experts discuss country’s future during Thai Update

An ineffective political system, protests and so-called ‘bamboo diplomacy’...

10 August 2021
Group of seven people at Warfaring exhibition

Wayfaring exhibition: a journey of Taiwanese society

A new exhibition in the Australian Centre on China in the World at The Australian National University (ANU) offers a...

30 July 2021
Three woman and man standing after Pacific Risks webinar.

Pacific Island nations marching to self-reliance, say Australia and New Zealand leaders

The pressing issues of climate change, the COVID-19 pandemic and the influence of China need immediate attention from Australia and...

20 July 2021
Protester with masks in Myanmar

Myanmar Update stands tall for a country on brink of collapse

Myanmar’s isolation and functional failure following a military coup and the worsening impact of the COVID-19 pandemic have prompted comparisons...

14 July 2021
Head and shoulder image of Henrietta McNeill

Fulbright scholar to tackle criminal deportation in the Pacific

Henrietta McNeill believes language is the key to unlocking the barriers faced by people in the Pacific who have been...

09 July 2021

On the brink of disaster: how decades of progress in Afghanistan could be wiped out in short order

Afghanistan is teetering on the brink of an almost unimaginable disaster. The withdrawal of US and allied forces, scheduled by...


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