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World Conqueror: Genghis's ideology of world rule and why it matters today

Journalist and author John Man on Genghis Khan's enduring legacy.

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Why is Russia a threat to world peace?

Professor Paul Dibb on Russia's invasion of Crimea and eastern Ukraine, and the threat it poses to the existing European order.

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Members of the ANU Interim Council receiving a gift of Chinese books from Kan Nai-kuang, Chinese Ambassador to Australia, November 1948. From the left: Robert Garran, Charles Daley, Kan Nai-kuang, Leslie Martin, Frederic Eggleston, Roy Douglas Wright (behind Eggleston), Herbert Cole 'Nugget' Coombs and Douglas Copland. (Courtesy National Library of Australia).

Canberra discovers China

Geremie Barme and Will Sima in discussion with Genevieve Jacobs on ABC 666 radio.

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What role can hybridrity play in security?

Volker Boege, from the University of Queensland, Imelda Deinla, from ANU, and Gavin Mount, from the UNSW, Canberra discuss hybridrity as both a condition and an approach to the pursuit of security, in this seminar delivered at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific on 26 June, 2015.

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The many dimensions of conflict

In this podcast, four experts examine different forms of conflict in contemporary Myanmar. Issues covered include ethnic and religious divisions, welfare networks and informal networks, and power and participation in Yangon.

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Address by U Kyaw Min

In this podcast, long-time Rohingya politician U Kyaw Min addresses the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update.

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