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24 September 2018

Delivering zero-carbon energy to Asia Pacific

Research into a new export industry to deliver cheap, clean energy for Australia and the region has received $10 million in funding as part of The ANU's Grand Challenges program.

24 September 2018

Cooler heads, calmer waters

The true value of Australia’s largest defence exercise lies in the real-world relationships that might prevent the next maritime crisis

24 September 2018

Honeymoon over for South Korea’s president

Professor Hyung-A Kim discusses why public support for South Korea's President Moon Jae-in has plummeted.

24 September 2018

Lies, damn lies, and the Global Financial Crisis

The world has no chance of learning the lessons of the GFC if we allow those who let it happen to construct alternative histories

19 September 2018

Understanding local contexts to promote gender equality in the Pacific

ANU gender experts argue widespread societal change can’t without cultural knowledge

17 September 2018

CAP student joins PwC Cyber team

Recently the Australian National University and PricewaterhouseCoopers signed a historic agreement to foster greater collaboration between the two institutions.


17 September 2018

ANU Indonesia expert explores the contentious belonging of minorities in Indonesia

Professor Robert Cribb examines if Indonesia's unity in diversity principle under threat.

17 September 2018

ANU signs historic agreement with PwC Australia

Find out more about this historic agreement.

17 September 2018

Has Thailand’s deep south insurgency reached a tipping point?

John Blaxland discusses whether Thailand's southern insurgency has roared back to life or whether it is tipping in favour of the government.

17 September 2018

Aid advocacy: lessons from Australia and the UK

Benjamin Day analyses why a donor might change the trajectory of its aid policy.


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