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Understanding conceptions of legitimate humanitarianism

Dr Jacinta O'Hagan discusses why we need to develop an alternative, robust framework to analyze conceptions of legitimate humanitarianism across different cultures and societies.

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Politics, power and people: a gameplan for health equity in the 21st century

Professor Sharon Friel discusses the role of structural factors in affecting health inequities.

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The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific

2015 report launched at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

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The big challenge of weak powers

Professor Michael Wesley on the inability of states with a strong sense of moral purpose to fulfil the roles expected of them.

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Global order after US hegemony: challenges for Asia and the Pacific

In this podcast recording Andrew Hurrell delivers the talk, Global Order after US hegemony: Challenges for Asia and the Pacific.

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Malaysia after hudud: prospects for democracy and moderation

Dato’ Saifuddin Abdullahand and Liew Chin Tong discuss the amendment of Malaysia's hudud act.

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