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The limits of responsive regulation

In this RegNet seminar, Professor John Braithwaite explains responsive regulation and the regulatory pyramid and their role in regulating business misconduct, crime and war.

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Militarised democracy and Fiji's 2014 election

In this podcast visiting scholar Scott MacWilliam discusses the recent Fijian election in relation to previous elections. He says the 2014 result appears to re-establish a thin or shallow militarised democracy, as has prevailed previously in Fiji's post-colonial period.

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The state system and national sovereignty

In this session from the 2014 Research School of Asia and the Pacific symposium, experts look at how the global sovereign state system is both a poor fit for history and for the future.

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Xi Jinping and the People's Liberation Army

In this podcast, You Ji examines the leadership style of China President Xi Jinping and how it is forging a new relationship with the People's Liberation Army.

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Investing in gender equality at the G20 leaders summit

Issues of gender equality, and why they urgently need to be on the G20 agenda in Brisbane, is the focus of an ANU policy forum co-hosted by the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy and Chatham House.

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Manus and beyond

In this podcast, an expert panel examines the disturbing events, including death of a detainee, at Australia's off-shore asylum detention centre on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island.

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How to be a good woman in North Korea

Three things make for a good woman in North Korea...

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