Resources curse PNG communities’ future

The economic and social impacts of PNG’s largest-ever resource extraction enterprise

More must be done to repatriate ancestral remains

The role of repatriation in healing and the reconciliation processes for Indigenous peoples

A New World Disorder?

Are we facing a new world disorder? The key points from the launch of Australian Foreign Affairs

Japan Update 2017

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – The Australia-Japan relationship

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – Japan in a new global system

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – The innovation agenda

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – The Australia-Japan relationship

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – Japan in a new global system

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

Japan Update 2017 – The innovation agenda

Highlights from the Japan Update 2017.

From foreign aid to North Korean pop

From foreign aid to the Pacific to a case study of a North Korean pop band, the new issue of the Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies journal has something for everyone.

New book celebrates the life and work of Brij Lal

Professor Michael Wesley, Dean of ANU College of Asia & the Pacific, has launched a book Bearing Witness: Essays in honour of Brij V. Lal.

Given his profound and unrelenting contribution to Asian and Pacific history, editors Doug Munro and Jack Corbett wanted to celebrate the achievements and life of Professor Lal.

Since 2015 Professor Lal has been living in exile in Australia after he condemned the Fijian government for the coup of 2006.

Julie Bishop opens 2017 Crawford Australian Leadership Forum

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has formally opened the 2017 Crawford Australian Leadership Forum with a speech outlining the challenges and opportunities Australia faces from the rapid changes to technology.

A close look at how China controls its citizens

The ways in which Chinese President Xi Jinping's regime controls its citizens has been put under the microscope in new research from The Australian National University (ANU), published in the fifth annual China Story Yearbook.

The book's editor Associate Professor Jane Golley, Deputy Director of the ANU Centre on China in the World, says most people think of government control as being negative, but it can also have positive outcomes.

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