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Dennis Richardson, Paul Dibb and Michael Wesley at book launch

Why Russia remains relevant

18 June 2018

By CAP Student Correspondent Georgie Juszczyk You know a book is worthy read when all copies have been snapped up before the official launch has even begun. Such was the fate of Emeritus Professor...

Public address by the Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, the Hon Rick Houenipwela

13 June 2018

As part of an official bilateral visit to Australia, the Prime Minister of Solomon Islands, the Hon Rick Houenipwela, delivered a lecture at ANU on 13 June 2018. The Prime Minister addressed the...

Authors of the the book Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development  with Prof. Michael Wesley

Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development - Book launched by Professor Michael Wesley

21 May 2018

Professor Michael Wesley, Dean of the College of Asia & the Pacific, has officially launched Hybridity on the Ground in Peacebuilding and Development, a book co-authored by Sinclair Dinnen,...

A Korean Season of Summitry

16 May 2018

It is the season of summitry on the Korean peninsula. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has met with Xi Jinping in Beijing, as well as Moon Jae-in at an inter-Korean summit in the lead up to a possible...

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YOLO: Insights from Thailand

16 May 2018

Religious worldviews can shape the thinking of senior officials in profound ways - take YOLO, for instance. ‘You only live once’ is an expression encouraging a life lived on the edge. Canadian rapper...

Make America Great Again

Writing Reaction into Theory

16 May 2018

Dr Joseph MacKay was in New York on the night Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. As surprised as anyone, he remembers walking around town for a couple of days afterwards feeling...

Nuclear deterrence

Nuclear Deterrence at Risk

16 May 2018

US nuclear deterrence is at risk of being undermined, and Dr Ben Zala is headed to Harvard University to explore the cause. For Zala, the problem is the increasing importance of advanced conventional...

Stop violence against women and girls in PNG - UN Women

Do No Harm: Findings from PNG & Solomon Islands

16 May 2018

It has often been assumed that improving women’s access to income-generating activities would lead automatically to more general empowerment, the theory being that an increased income would improve...

Podcasting the Pacific

16 May 2018

The Little Red Podcast began almost by accident in 2016. Dr Graeme Smith had been toying with the idea of a China politics podcast. So, when research on China’s falling gas emissions failed to get...

Buddhists

Convening Sacred Stories

16 May 2018

The ANU Religion Conference convenes every two years, bringing together people of different faiths and academic disciplines united around a central theme with a mind to the divine. This April that...

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