Our first cohort of dual-degree students commences

Welcome to our first students in the Bachelor of Asia-Pacific Affairs, an innovative new dual degree program with Ritsumeikan University in Japan.

Japan bound - to launch our new dual degree

Dr Christopher Hobson is heading to Japan as the Program Convenor for our new dual degree with Ritsumeikan University.

Is the time right for Australia and Japan to become formal allies?

Should Australia and Japan sign a defence treaty to challenge China’s military rise? Luke Courtois argues that such a move would send a very poor signal to China, destabilising an already tense Asia-Pacific region.

Comfort Women: Japan & South Korea’s simmering flashpoint

In her new book project, Lauren Richardson explores the issues that continue to test Japan and South Korea’s relationship – and won’t seem to go away.

ANU and Japan’s Ritsumeikan University to offer dual degree

A new dual degree program has been established between ANU and Ritsumeikan University.

Bell School historian receives top history prize

Professor Robert Cribb has been awarded Australia's most important award for history publications.

Australia, Japan, and Regional Security: Exploring Policy Frameworks and Approaches

ANU is joining the University of Tokyo to develop a project designed to generate regular and systematic dialogue between our best graduate coursework students studying international relations and regional security issues as they relate to evolving Australian-Japanese security ties

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

Australia and Japan have allowed their aspirational hopes for a strategic relationship to get ahead of reality, argue Nick Bisley and David Envall

The 'Abe Doctrine': Japan's New Regional Realism

H. D. P. Envall, ‘The “Abe Doctrine”: Japan’s New Regional Realism’, International Relations of the Asia-Pacific, online, June 2018: 1-29.


Updated:  22 March 2016/Responsible Officer:  Bell School Marketing Team/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team