Explore ANU College of Asia & Pacific research activities


Research at the College of Asia and the Pacific is driven by a triple commitment - to innovative disciplinary expertise, to deep engagement with our subjects, and to solutions that address policy challenges.

Our research is designed to help better understand the evolving dynamics of our region and support transformative social change. We serve as both a practical resource and a trusted partner for all who focus on Asia and the Pacific.

Facing threats in cyberspace

Simulations test cyber security policies

Engaging the Philippines

Building bridges between Australia and the Asian archipelago

Policing cyberspace

ANU Cybercrime Observatory tracks online criminal activities and trends

Divvying up water

Public policy has not fixed water scarcity in Murray Darling Basin

Connecting the dots

Open source maps can reveal more information than expected

Sorting through the witchcraft myths

Steps to address serious violence issues confronting Papua New Guinea

Childish assumptions

Accurately modelling the economics of child-care policies

Putting pollen to work

How expanding a pollen database led to new research paths

Watching China’s workers

Made in China attracts international attention for its articles on Chinese labour policies


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