Asia Pacific College of Diplomacy; Diplomacy; International Relations

AI expressed through Art – a collaborative project bringing research to life

Dr Christopher Hobson has collaborated with artist Ashley Cullen to create a mural exploring themes related to his research in artificial intelligence (AI), offering a different way of communicating the complex concepts and emotions arising from the rapid development of AI.

‘The Makings of a Success’: The Global Compact on Refugees and the Inaugural Global Refugee Forum

Patrick Wall studied a Master of Diplomacy and now works in Geneva at the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) developing and executing the UNHCR's strategy for the 'Global Compact on Refugees'.

Meet Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert!

Meet Dr Nicolas Lemay-Hébert!

Reflections from Professor Bina D’Costa of her time at UNICEF

Professor Bina D’Costa joined The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) at the height of the Syrian refugee emergency in Europe, before returning to teach at The Australian National University. She shares her experiences, challenges, motivation and expertise.

Why India-China Border Conflict Is Music to Pakistan’s Ears

Dr Claude Rakisits from our Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy analyses the potential geo-strategic ramifications of the outcome of this clash.

Preparing for a world of artificial intelligence

A new research project into artificial intelligence could help society prepare for the threats and risks posed by the increasing use of the technology.

Asia illiteracy

Ed Aspinall from our Department of Political and Social Change discusses the recent National Library of Australia policy to dramatically downgrade the most extensive Asian studies collection in the southern hemisphere.

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

Joanne Wallis, Associate Professor in the Strategic & Defence Studies Centre and James Batley, Distinguished Policy Fellow in the Department of Pacific Affairs have recently published paper from ANU workshop.

Bell School Professor elected President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia

Professor Edward Aspinall is elected President of Asian Studies Association of Australia.

Language Shock in Diplomacy

Bell School 2018 Graduate

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