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Seoul at night. Image from Flickr, courtesy of Brad Hammonds.

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

28 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...

New Horizons

New Horizons

16 December 2015

From recruiting terrorists online to using memes to insult Islamic State, the digital realm is rapidly reshaping politics and power in the 21st century. With many more examples like the above, the...

Broken Nation wins 2015 Asher Award

Broken Nation wins 2015 Asher Award

14 December 2015

Internationally recognised historian and academic Professor Joan Beaumont has received another prestigious accolade, the 2015 Asher Award, for her book Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War....

Alice Dawkins is the inaugural New Colombo Plan Burma Fellow

Asia bound

3 December 2015

Six ANU students from a range of disciplines, from printmaking and drawing to physics and Asian history, have won scholarships to live and study in Asia and the Pacific under the...

Pacific Research Colloquium 2016

1 December 2015

Pacific Research Colloquium 2016 25 January - 5 February 2016 The Pacific Research Colloquium (PRC) is one of the most significant activities that the SSGM program organises each year. It is part...

PRC2016: General Information

PRC2016: General Information

25 November 2015

Basic Information About the 2016 PRC Dates for the 2016 PRC The PRC will be held from the morning on Monday 25th January, and end on the evening of Friday 5th February 2016. Participants must...

Going west

17 November 2015

A roadside lake on the Karakoram HighwayAt the end of my two-month summer break traversing China collecting new accents, I spent time travelling solo in Xinjiang. From the warm and welcoming oasis of...

Tapping in

12 November 2015

Some countries in Southeast Asia have economically benefitted from the emergence and proliferation of production networks, but for others there’s still work to do, writes Buavanh Vilavong....

Dr Daryl Wesley from ANU and Steve Meredith from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage oversee the packing of Ancestral Remains.

Going home

11 November 2015

Historic Ancestral Remains discovered at Lake Mungo in the 1960s and early 1970s have been returned to elders from the Willandra Lakes area of Western New South Wales in the first step...

The people met travelling

6 November 2015

For me, travel has always been about the people more than the places. During my summer break, I travelled around China for five weeks. I saw everything from snow-capped mountains, glittering...

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