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27 October 2017

ANU launches $20 million Pacific Research Program

Minister for Foreign Affairs Julie Bishop MP recently launched the Pacific Research Program— a four-year, $20 million program led by...

26 October 2017

On the latest Rohingya crisis

Visiting Fellow, Trevor Wilson provides background on Rohingya crisis.

20 October 2017

Rewriting the Anzac myth: Recognising Indigenous soldiers on the war front

By CAP student correspondent Diana Tung

Research undertaken at The Australian National University and collaborating universities has confirmed that the...

18 October 2017

Urgent action needed to tackle PNG’s growing debt crisis

By student correspondent Dot Mason

Papua New Guinea is currently experiencing one of the worst economic downturns in its recent...

18 October 2017

Widening definitions of terrorism threaten press freedom, warns Peter Greste

By CAP student correspondent Diana Tung

Journalist Peter Greste has spoken out against limitations to journalistic freedoms imposed by...

17 October 2017
Australian devices may see cyber security ratings

Australian devices may see cyber security ratings

A cyber security report issued by ANU and RAND Corporation in August could lead to a new consumer-rating system for...

13 October 2017

Invisible Soldiers: Female child combatants in South Asian conflicts

By CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

ANU PhD candidate Kate Macfarlane hopes to fill a gap in peace-building literature with...

04 October 2017

Beijing defiance in South China Sea casts international law in troubled waters, warns top Philippine judge

A Senior Associate Justice of the Philippine Supreme Court has labelled China’s decision to ignore a ruling on the South China Sea dispute between the two countries as “the gravest external threat to the Philippines since World War II”.

04 October 2017

Spring fever has arrived

But for around 18% of Australians, Spring brings another kind of fever… hay fever. The culprit? Pollen.

03 October 2017

Meet CAP student correspondent Dot Mason

Dorothy Mason, or Dot to her friends, is one of those rare Canberra locals at The Australian National University. Although Canberra is the most recent place she has called home, she was born in the United Kingdom, spent her early years in France, and has also lived in Manila and Hanoi.


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