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Narendra Modi's yoga diplomacy, or how India is winning friends and influencing people

11 September 2016

Indian Prime Minister Narendra​ Modi​ is a big fan of yoga. He calls it “India’s gift to the world” and recommends people make yoga as much a part of daily life as their mobile phone. After...

What is a refugee?

8 September 2016

Professor William Maley will offer an introduction to the complex idea of ‘the refugee’ - setting the current European crisis within the wider history of human exile and displaced peoples. See more...

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How can we fix Australia’s Indonesia anxiety?

7 September 2016

Indonesia is the neighbour that makes Australians feel uneasy but also want to get on with. Australians have long been ambivalent towards Indonesia. They want a good relationship with Indonesia and...

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An overdue re-examination of Australia's place in the world

2 September 2016

Across the span of human history and the seismic shifts of eons of global politics, a year may seem inconsequential. But, awaiting the passing of eras, administrations or generations to judge our...

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The Nauru files provide the evidence. Malcolm Turnbull can never plead ignorance

19 August 2016

The Nauru files paint a searing picture of the collapse of basic humanity in the detention centre. History is unlikely to be kind to those who endorsed it. The publication by the Guardian of a...

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ANU ranked number one in Australia for politics and international studies

22 March 2016

The latest world subject rankings have strengthened the ANU position as among the best universities of the world and the top university in Australia. These rankings include...

Multilateralism in the post-hegemonic world: why the global power shift to Asia matters to the African union

Multilateralism in the post-hegemonic world: why the global power shift to Asia matters to the African union

20 March 2016

Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy (APCD) Director, Dr Jochen Prantl recently travelled to Africa to deliver a series of major addresses on why the global power shift to Asia matters to the African...

APCD Academic with policy impact: Jeremy Farrall launches policy proposals on the rule of law at UNHQ in New York

APCD Academic with policy impact: Jeremy Farrall launches policy proposals on the rule of law at UNHQ in New York

11 March 2016

On Friday 11 March Dr. Jeremy Farrall, Fellow at the Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, and Professor Hilary Charlesworth, Australian Research Council Laureate Fellow, Professor at RegNet and...

APCD launches new ARC project.

APCD launches new ARC project: leveraging power and influence on the UNSC

23 February 2016

The Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy (APCD), based at the ANU Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific, officially launched a four-year Australian Research Council Discovery Project last Friday, 19...

City in Asia.

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

27 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...

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