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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,...

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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...

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...

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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...

Book Review: The Battle for Pakistan: The Bitter US Friendship and a Tough Neighbourhood

12 October 2020

US-Pakistan relations have always been difficult and became particularly prickly at the height of the war in neighbouring Afghanistan. Washington needs to rebuild the trust if it doesn’t want to see...

Meet Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert!

25 August 2020

Meet Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert! Nicholas is a Senior Lecturer and Director of Research in our Department of International Relations. His expertise covers issues of negative consequences of...

Kiribati — Controlling transhipments in port; source: Francisco Blaha.

‘Fishing for Success: Lessons in Pacific Regionalism’ launch

25 June 2020

Today we are pleased to launch this manuscript by Dr Transform Aqorau titled ‘Fishing for Success: Lessons in Pacific Regionalism’. In this personal account, Dr Aqorau describes the journey of the...

Common wealth? The state of Australian foreign policy

28 May 2020

While there is a diversity of views on Victoria’s Belt and Road Initiative agreement with Beijing, there seems to be universal agreement on a solution: the federal government should simply assert its...

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How does the ‘Pacific’ fit into the ‘Indo-Pacific’?

15 May 2020

How does the ‘Pacific’ fit into the ‘Indo-Pacific’? What are the implications of the changing geopolitics of the Pacific Islands for the region and Australia? Does the ‘Blue Pacific’ concept have the...

Supporting democratic values and institutions in Southeast Asia

12 May 2020

The Department of Political and Social Change (PSC) has received a doubled level of funding from the Australian Government for a wide-ranging research project on Southeast Asia. This supports the...

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