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29 October 2018

Federal Government welcomes new ANU Asian economic research

A new ANU bureau for economic policy research in the Asia Pacific region has been launched with a commitment from the Federal Government to fund the project for 10 years

26 October 2018

ANU College of Asia & the Pacific raises $1,178 for Indonesia tsunami relief

Staff and students from ANU College of Asia and the Pacific came together to raise money for the Red Cross Indonesia Earthquakes and Tsunami Appeal in November

26 October 2018

A turning of the tide?

The Wentworth by-election is a lesson for all politicians who put themselves, their party, and the special interests who support them, above the national interest

26 October 2018

Regulation in small island states

Matthew Dornan discusses how, and why, small island states have led the world in establishing ambitious renewable energy targets over the last decade

26 October 2018

Australia steps up its Pacific pivot

Joanne Wallis explores why Australian strategic interest in the Pacific islands is reaching a height not seen since Australia's Regional Assistance Mission to the Solomon Islands in 2003

26 October 2018

National Security Podcast: Women in National Security – episode 1

A podcast series brought to you from the Women in National Security Conference begins by looking at ethical hacking, technological disruption, and the danger of group-think in cybersecurity

23 October 2018
ANU Malaysia Update panel

Regime change in Malaysia: how, why and the future

2018 has been an extraordinary year in Malaysian politics. Five months after the first regime change since the country’s independence...

17 October 2018
James Clapper

James Clapper: reflections on fifty years in US intelligence

Former United States Director of National Intelligence and Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Professor James Clapper recently visited The Australian National...

15 October 2018

Japan’s high stakes diplomacy with the US and China

Japan is now fully embarked on navigating a course through the economic and national security minefield that lies between the United States and China

15 October 2018

Meet the new Director of the ANU Coral Bell School

Highly respected Professor of International Politics Toni Erskine joins the ANU's Coral Bell School as its new Director


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