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30 August 2018
The Four Flashpoints book cover

Launch of “The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War”

Associate Professor Brendan Taylor’s new book The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War has been described as a “timeless”...

30 August 2018

Change in an era of great power rivalry

Dr David Malone's analysis of the relationship between geopolitics and the UN

30 August 2018

Bhavani Kannan Crowned Winner of the 2018 CAP 3MT

Meet the winners of the 2018 CAP 3MT

24 August 2018

Building a coalition for openness in Asia

Strengthening the rules-based economic order in Asia

24 August 2018

Soft power and reviewing Australia’s global appeal

How soft power can strengthen Australia’s reputation and ability to influence the behaviour of others

24 August 2018

A hesitant tiger awakens

Dr David Brewster on the strategic challenges facing India today

22 August 2018

Launch of the new ANU Indonesia Institute

An exploration into the ANU's new Indonesian Institute

22 August 2018

Power plays in the Pacific

As the most recent signatory to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Papua New Guinea is increasingly turning to Beijing for investment and aid instead of traditional partners like Australia

22 August 2018

A rare snapshot of China, 1900-1902

Learn more about the current exhibition of rare photographs of Beijing currently on display in the Australian Centre on China in the World Gallery

20 August 2018

Year in Asia - Where are they now? Mandy Liang

Mandy Liang tells us her thoughts on the Year in Asia program and how she thinks it has benefited her career since graduating


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