Postgraduate Studies Expo Canberra

Meet the growing demand for regional expertise in public policy, national security, strategic studies, diplomacy and international relations.

Come along to the Postgraduate Studies Expo on Tuesday 8 September to discover how to advance your career with a postgraduate qualification from Australia’s #1 university.*

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2015 Myanmar/Burma update

This playlist includes key panel sessions from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma update, 'Making sense of conflict,' hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

Myanmar update 2015 - Keynote address

In this podcast, Speaker of Myanmar's upper house of parliament, HE Khin Aung Myint charts the path of political reform for his country.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

2015 Myanmar/Burma update - A perfect storm?

In this podcast, Mary Callahan from the University of Washington delivers the political update of the 2015 Myanmar/ Burma Update.

In it she explores politics, elections and the peace process in 2015.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

2015 Myanmar/Burma update - Economics update

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, experts survey the latest economic trends in the country and its impact on ongoing political and social reform.

Speakers include Professor Mike Woods form the University of Technology Sydney, Ms Nu Nu Win from the Australian Treasury, and Mr Sam Hurley from ANU.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

Borderland conflicts and peace negotiations I

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma update experts examine Myanmar's ongoing ethnic and civil conflicts from a range of perspectives.

Borderland conflicts and peace negotiations II

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, experts appraise the country's ongoing ethnic and civil conflicts.

Address by U Kyaw Min

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

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.

Myanmar update 2015 - Keynote address

In this podcast, Speaker of Myanmar's upper house of parliament, HE Khin Aung Myint charts the path of political reform for his country.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

2015 Myanmar/Burma update - A perfect storm?

In this podcast, Mary Callahan from the University of Washington delivers the political update of the 2015 Myanmar/ Burma Update.

In it she explores politics, elections and the peace process in 2015.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

2015 Myanmar/Burma update - Economics update

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, experts survey the latest economic trends in the country and its impact on ongoing political and social reform.

Speakers include Professor Mike Woods form the University of Technology Sydney, Ms Nu Nu Win from the Australian Treasury, and Mr Sam Hurley from ANU.

This podcast forms part of the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, 'Making sense of conflict', hosted by the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University.

Borderland conflicts and peace negotiations I

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma update experts examine Myanmar's ongoing ethnic and civil conflicts from a range of perspectives.

Borderland conflicts and peace negotiations II

In this podcast from the 2015 Myanmar/Burma Update, experts appraise the country's ongoing ethnic and civil conflicts.

Address by U Kyaw Min

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

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.

Engaging North Korea

A central debate about appropriate policy toward North Korea centres on the efficacy of inducements vs. constraints, including the role of sanctions. In this lecture, Professor Haggard will report on the results of a book-length study with Marcus Noland of the political economy of North Korea since the onset of the second nuclear crisis in 2002-2003 into the Kim Jong Un era. The book considers how North Korea’s external economic relations have evolved, including with China and Russia, and the implications of these changes for both economic reform and security issues on the peninsula.

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Another Thai coup: 22 May 2014

In this public seminar, four ANU experts examine the latest military coup in Thailand, with a focus on the role of armed forces in politics, the repression of dissent and what the all means for the future of the country's fragile democracy.
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Book Launch: Illiberal Transitional Justice and the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia

In this book, Rebecca Gidley examines the creation and operation of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia (ECCC), a hybrid domestic/international tribunal tasked with putting senior l

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John Gee Memorial Lecture: Preserving and promoting multilateralism to address 21st century challenges

In recent years, international institutions, multilateral agreements, and long-established global norms have come under pressure at a seemingly unprecedented rate. This is particularly alarming in the field of arms control and international security.

Is this trend a result of an inherent deficiency or imbalance in the international legal framework, painstakingly woven together over the past half century to combat the spread of weapons of mass destruction?

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Death of Huawei's 5G bid: Technological Entanglement & Information Security

The Australian Government has just effectively banned Huawei from participating in the building of the country's next-generation 5G mobile network. Join our panel of top experts as we examine the ramifications of the Government's latest decision for Australia.
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PAMBU: safeguarding the documentary heritage of the Pacific for 50 years

The Pacific Manuscripts Bureau, affectionately known as PAMBU, is a not-for-profit organisation auspiced by the School of Culture, History and Language at the College of Asia and the Pacific. Its collection spans four centuries and includes records from individuals and organisations such as churches, businesses, governments and civil society organisations. It was established in 1968 in the Research School of Pacific Studies at the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra.

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