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Terrorist financing: Pakistan is sort of off the hook for the moment

At this week’s meeting of the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which was established by the G-7 in 1989 to set measures for combating money...

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Imran Khan - World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2011

'Strong Patronage, Weak Parties' and 'Democracy for Sale'

Join us for the launch of two books: 'Strong Patronage, Weak Parties: The Case for Electoral System Redesign in the Philippines' edited by Professor...

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'Strong Patronage, Weak Parties' and 'Democracy for Sale'

Appraising Thucydides’ Trap

Steve Chan discusses contemporary Sino-American relations, and considers how timing, location, alliance commitments, human emotions and misjudgements, and...

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Appraising Thucydides’ Trap

John Gee Memorial Lecture

Professor Hugh White explores whether there could be circumstances under which Australia might in future think about getting nuclear weapons.

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Professor Hugh White, and Professor the Hon Gareth Evans

Naik Sungai: The river war in Borneo

Dr Garth Pratten presents this War Studies Seminar on 'Naik Sungai: The river war in Borneo'.

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Australian infantry from the 2/9th Battalion move along the Riko River; Balikpapan, August 1945.

Video and audio podcasts

The perverse consequences of alliance politics: ANU IR interview with Mark Beeson

September 2017 - ANU Department of International Relations seminar series guest Prof. Mark Beeson (...

Social Safety Nets in a Settlement in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea (2016)

In this podcast, Michelle Rooney talks about her PhD thesis which commences by raising questions

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