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A Cautious New Approach: China's Growing Trilateral Aid Cooperation – a book by Dr Denghua Zhang

9 February 2021

In March 2020, ANU Press published A Cautious New Approach: China’s Growing Trilateral Aid Cooperation — a book authored by Department of Pacific Affairs’ Research Fellow Dr Denghua Zhang. The book,...

Fruit market in Port Villa, Vanuatu

ANU scholarships for short course in Pacific development – enrol by 14 February

5 February 2021

The Australian National University (ANU) has extended the enrolment period until 14 February 2021 for students interested in undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Pacific Development in Semester 1...

Xi Jinping

Xi’s fine words cannot camouflage Beijing’s aggression

28 January 2021

At this week’s meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, China’s President Xi Jinping warned the world of the risk of a new cold war. True to form, he dangles all sorts of incentives if only we...

ANU-Data61 International Fellowships Program for Indonesian Civil Servants

21 January 2021

Background and objectives of the ANU-Data61 International Fellowship program On 31 August 2018, the Government of the Republic of Indonesia (GoI) and the Government of Australia (GoA) signed a...

Frooq Yousaf, Pakistan, Regional Security and Conflict Resolution – The Pashtun ‘Tribal’ Areas (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021)

Book Review: Pakistan, Regional Security and Conflict Resolution – The Pashtun “Tribal” Areas

21 December 2020

The tribal areas of Pakistan have played a critical role in the security of the country since Partition, particularly since the Taliban was ousted from power in 2001. Dr Farooq Yousaf’s book...

Tian’anmen Square, China

How should we deal with an aggressive China?

7 December 2020

The rise of an assertive China is the dominant feature of Australia’s strategic environment. The possibility of us being threatened, directly or indirectly, by a rising China can no longer be ignored...

Figure 1 In 2018, Nicole Haley (front row, black dress) hosted the Prime Minister of Tuvalu, Rt Hon Enelse Sosene Sopoaga, and his wife (front row, centre) at an event with Pacific Island students at ANU

Recognition for excellence in diversity and inclusion

24 November 2020

In an award ceremony hosted on 17 November by the ANU Vice Chancellor, Professor Brian Schmidt, Associate Professor Nicole Haley of the Department of Pacific Affairs (DPA) at the Coral Bell School of...

Picture of ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholarship Students, Professor Toni Erskine, Professor Gregory Raymond and Bina D'Costa

ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholarship Program

22 November 2020

The ASEAN-Australia Defence Postgraduate Scholarship Program (AADPSP) is an innovative program that commenced in 2019, with its inaugural intake of Defence officials from Southeast Asia and Australia...

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and President Trump shaking hands

No matter who wins the US election, the alliance will be the keystone of our defence planning

3 November 2020

No matter who is elected United States president, the alliance between our two nations remains the wellspring of our security. This is because — contrary to the views of so many Australian...

Quad Flags

China Can Hurt Australia for Malabar Exercise But QUAD is Bracing

26 October 2020

Earlier this week, India formally invited Australia to join the large-scale naval exercises to be conducted in the Bay of Bengal (3-6 November) and the Arabian Sea (17-20 November), involving in...

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