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ANU ranked in the top 10 international universities

1 February 2017

The ANU has been named in the top 10 of the world’s most international universities. The 2017 Times Higher Education international universities rankings has ANU at seventh in the world and...

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From the frontline to first-class Masters

16 December 2016

Being at the frontline of war zones, he was motivated to study International Relations to better understand the nature of conflicts. “During my time in the military I have consistently been sent...

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Greg Moriarty’s role with Turnbull ‘will be widely welcomed’

1 September 2016

Master of Strategic Studies alumni Greg Moriarty has been appointed Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull personal foreign affairs adviser. Malcolm Turnbull will appoint Counter-Terrorism Co­-ordinator...

Chief of Army Lieutenant General Peter Cosgrove takes part in a small commemorative ceremony at Long Tan during his official return to Vietnam. Photo: Simon Schluter

Understanding what went wrong at long Tan

19 August 2016

The 50th anniversary of the battle of Long Tan was supposed to be a truly memorable event with thousands of Australians making the pilgrimage to the old Australian battle grounds to commemorate. What...

Strategic partnerships: Helping or hindering security?

Strategic partnerships: Helping or hindering security?

15 June 2016

Strategic partnerships are becoming central to the management of international security in the Asia-Pacific region. All the major powers and many of the minor ones have entered into multiple...

The morning after: Australia, Japan, and the submarine deal that wasn't

The morning after: Australia, Japan, and the submarine deal that wasn't

8 June 2016

Barely had the visiting Japanese submarine, JS Hakuryu, departed Sydney Harbour on 26 April than Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced to the media that Australia’s future submarines...

University impact requires criticism, rigour, bravery, education

University impact requires criticism, rigour, bravery, education

17 May 2016

Illustration: Eric Lobbecke The call for universities and academics to ‘have impact’ is important and legitimate, and there is a strong narrative about how in the social sciences they have failed to...

ANU welcomes Professor Geoffrey Wiseman

ANU welcomes Professor Geoffrey Wiseman

12 May 2016

Leading scholar in international relations, political science and public diplomacy appointed as Director of Studies for the Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy at the ANU Coral Bell School of Asia...

SDSC undergraduate student awards

Winners of SDSC undergraduate student awards announced

10 May 2016

The Strategic & Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) is pleased to announce the successful recipients of its undergraduate student awards for the 2015 academic year. Congratulations Mr William Baulch;...

 Collins class submarine. Image from Flickr, courtesy of the Royal Australian Navy.

SDSC experts discuss Australia's submarine announcement

26 April 2016

Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has announced that French company DCNS has been chosen as preferred partner for Australia’s next fleet of submarines ahead of competitors from Germany and Japan...

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