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12 December 2018
Professor Li Narangoa

CAP academics achieve ARC funding success

Seven academics from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific received funding in the recent Australian...

11 December 2018
Delegates from ANU and RU

ANU and Ritsumeikan forge ahead with innovative new program

A delegation from The Australian National University (ANU) College of Asia and the Pacific visited Japan last week to celebrate the start of a new dual degree between ANU and Ritsumeikan University (RU).

06 December 2018
Marty Natalegawa

ASEAN must provide vision: former Indonesian foreign minister

Former Indonesian foreign minister Dr Marty Natalegawa has challenged the Association of Southeast Nations (ASEAN) to provide leadership and vision or risk regressing at the Australian launch of his new book.

06 December 2018
Master of Climate Change student Caitlin Sears has recently landed her dream job with ARENA.

Turning a passion into a career

Master of Climate Change student Caitlin Sears has recently landed her dream job with the Australian Renewable Energy Agency.

03 December 2018

Professor Sue O’Connor wins the 2018 Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research

This award recognises all of Sue O'Connor's achievements in her epic year

03 December 2018

Pacific reflections on aid, development and change

The 80th issue of the Crawford School journal includes reflections, experiences, and the hopes and despair of those who have lived and/or worked extensively in the Pacific

03 December 2018

A vision for 2030: Updating the Australian Public Service

What will it take to make the Australian Public Service fit for the future?

03 December 2018

Japan bound - to launch our new dual degree

Dr Christopher Hobson is the first Program Convenor for the Bachelor of Asia Pacific Affairs - a new program offered as part of our dual-degree with Ritsumeikan University in Japan

03 December 2018

Bangladeshi Christians facing challenges in a ‘majoritarian’ world

Internal division and social isolation have led many Christians in Bangladesh to view their broader community as “dangerous”

03 December 2018

What makes the G20 a force for global good – when its members agree they want it to be

Compared to other international organisations, the G20 would seem to be one of the weakest. So how does the G20 get anything done?

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