From the financial risks borne by large corporations to the existential risks posed by climate change, from the risks we insure to the health risks we weigh up, the risk is a part of all our lives.
Professor Sara Bice explores a kind of risk that is ever-present but poorly understood: social risk. Professor Bice is joined by Dr Jason Ketter, Head of Advancement at The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific.» watch video
A special congratulations to the 2020 graduates of the Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific (CAP) from the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Brian Schmidt, College Dean, Professor Sharon Bell and all of us here at CAP.
We wish you well as you take the next exciting steps in your career and look forward to seeing the important contributions you will make in the years to come. We hope you will continue to engage with us as part of our alumni community.» watch video
Regardless of the outcome of the United States presidential election, the two months before Inauguration Day threaten to be unusually volatile. What do allies like Australia need to know and how can we understand what is happening?
Dr. Jennifer S. Hunt explores these questions from a security studies perspective, joined by Dr Jason Ketter, Head of Advancement at The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific.» watch video
Embracing our natural, renewable and human resources to support growth in the region and create a more sustainable world is a focus of Dr Emma Aisbett's work at The Australian National University's College of Asia and the Pacific.
She shares her pathway to ANU, her role in working towards a zero-carbon future for Australia and the Asia-Pacific, and her participation in the Group of Eight's COVID-19 Research Reform Taskforce.
Dr Aisbett is a fellow at the School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet).» watch video
Is the seemingly objective nature of data and artificial intelligence misleading?
Dr Claire Benn believes that AI is permeated with ethical assumptions and values. And in this morally imperfect world, artificial intelligence holds up a mirror that amplifies and expands the moral flaws, limits and failings of the humans it lives amongst.
Australia's economic future lies in Asia, which is the centre of global economic activity and dynamism. But how will Australia manage a more assertive China, an escalating strategic rivalry between China and the United States, and a United States that has stepped away from global leadership?
Economist and Fellow at the Crawford School of Public Policy within the ANU College of Asia and Pacific (CAP), Dr Shiro Armstrong discusses Australia's future and the Asian economy with CAP Head of Advancement, Dr Jason Ketter in our latest In Conversation event.
In the fourth episode of CHL Tales — a storytelling series from the School of Culture, History and Language within the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific — Dr Janit Feangfu reads ๑๔ (Untitled: #14), a poem by Phu Kradat, in Thai.
The CHL Tales storytelling series allows people who work, research and study in the School to share and listen to in-language narratives.
Watch the first three videos in the series:» watch video