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14 October 2016

From the Master of Environmental Management to Marrakesh

Jennifer was restless in her government job. She found herself reminiscing about her passion for geography and contemplating what direction...

14 October 2016

Meet Corey Hammond, Garrurru Trainee

Meet Corey, Garrurru Human Resources trainee at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

Corey has Yamatji and Noongar heritage....

14 October 2016

ANU mourns the loss of Professor Des Ball

ANU is saddened by the death of Professor Desmond Ball AO, who was one of Australia's most influential and respected...

11 October 2016

Celebrating Women in Strategic Studies

When Nathalie Blakely moved from New Zealand and joined the Master of Strategic Studies cohort of 2016, she noticed...

07 October 2016

Diplomatic assets need boosting

Australia's foreign policy challenges in a changing world.

06 October 2016

Meet George Fitzgibbon, Master of Environmental Management and Development Student

George, an environmental professional based in Brisbane, was inspired to study the Master of Environmental Management and Development after...

06 October 2016

India’s options for tackling terrorism

Could India–Pakistan tensions lead to a nuclear war that neither side wants?

05 October 2016

Origins of Vanuatu and Tonga's first people revealed

Origins of Vanuatu and Tonga's inhabitants revealed in surprise discovery.

30 September 2016

New Dean for ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

ANU has appointed Professor Michael Wesley as the new Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

Professor...

30 September 2016

The geopolitical rationale for climate action

Ahead of the G20 Summit in Hangzhou this month, the US and China jointly announced that they will ratify the Paris Climate Change Accord agreed to in 2015.

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