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Tackling the region’s policy challenges

28 January 2016

New issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies confronts key policy concernsFrom simmering tensions in the South China Sea, to fledging democracy in Myanmar, and developing relationships between...

The Protest Years: The Official History of ASIO, 1963-1975

The Protest Years: The Official History of ASIO, 1963-1975

13 January 2016

In collaboration with the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House we invite you to hear the author talk about the findings in this latest book “The Protest Years”, the second volume of...

St Basil's Cathedral in Moscow.

Russia, IS and the future of NATO

22 December 2015

The years 2014-15 were a watershed for European security. The hope that NATO could enjoy a strategic pause and peace dividend after the end of its operation in Afghanistan has been dashed, as direct...

New Horizons

New Horizons

16 December 2015

From recruiting terrorists online to using memes to insult Islamic State, the digital realm is rapidly reshaping politics and power in the 21st century. With many more examples like the above, the...

Historian wins PM’s literary prize for ASIO book

Historian wins PM’s literary prize for ASIO book

16 December 2015

ANU historian David Horner has won a coveted Prime Minister's Literary Prize for the first volume of The Spy Catchers - The Official History of ASIO. Emeritus Professor Horner...

Broken Nation wins 2015 Asher Award

Broken Nation wins 2015 Asher Award

14 December 2015

Internationally recognised historian and academic Professor Joan Beaumont has received another prestigious accolade, the 2015 Asher Award, for her book Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War....

Crawford School's Professor Miranda Stewart receiving her Vice-Chancellor's Award from Professor Ian Young. Photo: Stuart Hay.

ANU media and outreach awards

11 December 2015

The work of College of Asia and the Pacific academics at bringing their research to wider public attention was recognised last Wednesday at the 2015 ANU Media and Outreach Awards.College academics...

Chinese Frigate.

Post Cold-War power politics is back with a vengeance

8 December 2015

So much for an era of peace and stability under a new world order. Post Cold-War power politics is back with a vengeance writes Prof Hugh White for Fairfax Media.Read Post Cold-War power politics is...

Alice Dawkins is the inaugural New Colombo Plan Burma Fellow

Asia bound

3 December 2015

Six ANU students from a range of disciplines, from printmaking and drawing to physics and Asian history, have won scholarships to live and study in Asia and the Pacific under the...

Fears that terrorists could plant bomb on Australian-bound plane from South East Asia.

Counter-terrorism expert Clive Williams fears terrorists could plant bomb on Australian-bound plane from South East Asia

28 November 2015

As fears grow of another possible terrorist attack in Europe, security experts warn that Australians should be more worried about the risks closer to home. There are growing concerns in the...

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