Joanne Wallis

SDSC students help inform the 2016 Defence White Paper

SDSC students' community consultation submission encouraging a dedicated capability for search and rescue, has found its way into the 2016 Defence White Paper.

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

New issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies confronts key policy concerns

Canberra academics recognised in national teaching awards

When Joanne Wallis first started teaching at The Australian National University she realised many of her students were petrified about getting a job at the end of their degree.

Money, manipulation and misunderstanding on Manus Island

Last month, trauma expert Paul Stevenson told the Guardian that the "atrocity" of Australia's offshore asylum-seeker processing regime on Manus Island and Nauru was the worst he'd seen in his 43-year career. But while there has been significant debate about the effects of offshore processing on asylum seekers, there has been little consideration of what it means for Papua New Guinea.

SDSC students help inform the 2016 Defence White Paper

A submission by students encouraging a dedicated capability for search and rescue has found its way into the 2016 Defence White Paper.

Australia's anxieties after the 'Age of Intervention'

Australia’s ‘age of intervention’ which culminated in the Regional Assistance Mission to Solomon Islands is over.

Bell School wins more than $835,000 in ARC funding

Academics based at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University have won more than $835,000 for four projects in the latest Australian Research Council funding round.

Strong states need people-driven constitutions

New study shows the link between people, constitutions and stronger states.

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