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How to leverage power and influence on the UN Security Council: Briefing the incoming elected members.

5 December 2018

As a popular political saying goes, “If you’re not at the table, you’re on the menu.” There are 188 UN member states that are not permanent members of the UN Security Council. When a country serves...

Three ARC grant successes for Bell School

30 November 2018

This week three of our Bell School researchers have received the wonderful news that they have been successful in winning ARC research funding. We are delighted to congratulate: > Evelyn Goh from...

Japan bound - to launch our new dual degree

14 November 2018

Dr Christopher Hobson has joined the Bell School as Program Convenor for the Bachelor of Asia Pacific Affairs – a new program being offered as part of our dual-degree with Ritsumeikan University (RU...

Signed hypothetical Ceasefire Agreement

Students conduct in-class peace negotiation simluation

2 November 2018

By student correspondents Mikaela Knight, Georgia Ibbett and Oskah Dunnin. First year undergraduate students in the course ‘Peacebuilding and conflict resolution - INTR1022’ have conducted peace...

Operation OBOE - Strategic & Defence Studies Centre Study Tour to Borneo

22 October 2018

ANU Strategic & Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) took nine students bush-bashing across Borneo to interact with the remnants of Australia’s largest amphibious military campaign. The study tour...

Australia steps up its Pacific pivot

20 October 2018

BY JOANNE WALLIS The level of Australian strategic interest in the Pacific islands is reaching a height not seen since concerns about perceived state ‘failure’ in the Solomon Islands motivated...

Meet the new Director of the ANU Coral Bell School

12 October 2018

Highly respected Professor of International Politics Toni Erskine has joined The Australian National University (ANU) Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs as its new Director and hit the ground...

Change in an era of great power rivalry

10 September 2018

“What we have since 2016 is something that none of us alive now have experienced before…a world in which there are three credible, major military powers with global reach.” These words are those of...

Bhavani Kannan receiving her prize for winning the CAP Final of the #3MT competition

Bhavani Kannan Crowned Winner of the 2018 CAP 3MT

10 September 2018

On 23 August, PhD students Eri Kashima, Tuukka Kaikkonen, Christopher Hoy, Bhavani Kannan and Ryan Wong battled for the College of Asia & the Pacific division of the 3 Minute Thesis competition...

In peacetime, why does Sovereignty matter?

31 August 2018

Dr Marigold Black has utilised the opportunity to work in both defence and civilian contexts to inform her primary research of modern conceptualisations of sovereignty. Marigold, a Visiting...

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