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Meet Carly Gordyn

11 May 2022

Carly grew up in Sale in Country Victoria and went to high school at Newcomb Secondary College in Geelong. Her fond memory is of her High School Indonesian teacher, Bu Ellis, who encouraged Carly to...

Thinking about technology and society – a new conversation series with a Bell School scholar

29 March 2022

Dr Christopher Hobson has launched a podcast series called ‘Imperfect World’, which is being produced with the support of a grant from the Toshiba International Foundation. Each episode is in...

Negotiating power politics to protect Ukrainians and international peace and security

11 March 2022

The United Nations and international community are facing one of the greatest threats to international peace and security since the cold war. The UN Charter has been violated by a permanent member of...

Meet Farkhondeh Akbari

14 February 2022

Farkhondeh (Faroo) Akbari is a PhD student of the Department of International Relations at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs (Bell School). Growing up as a refugee in Australia, Faroo...

Getting inside the mind of Vladimir Putin

14 February 2022

The danger of war between Russia and Ukraine is hotting up. Despite endless talks with Western leaders and their senior officials, Vladimir Putin continues a massive build-up of Russia’s military...

Meet Kate Macfarlane

30 November 2021

A profound interest in children and armed conflict, especially the reintegration experiences of former girl child soldiers in South Asia, was the driving force that led Kate Macfarlane to start her...

Meet Aarti Betigeri

30 November 2021

My name is Aarti Betigeri and I am currently studying a Master of International Relations at the Coral Bell School. After my undergraduate study in Arts majoring in politics and journalism at RMIT,...

One of four ANU experts attending COP26, Dr Virginia Marshall is the inaugural Indigenous Postdoctoral Fellow at the School of Regulation and Global Governance and the Fenner School of Environment and Society. Photo: Jamie Kidston?ANU

Pacific nations can’t be left behind at COP26

29 October 2021

Experts from The Australian National University (ANU) warn Pacific nations are at risk of being left behind in global climate negotiations if they aren’t a focus of the upcoming COP26 summit....

L/R: Rachel England (moderator), with event speakers Pip Louey and Amelia Faotusia (c) Australia Awards Women's Leadership Initiative

The Blue Economy in the Pacific: Promise or Potential?

6 September 2021

To mark World Ocean’s Day 2021, DPA co-hosted an event with the Australia Awards Women’s Leadership Initiative (WLI), titled ‘The Blue Economy in the Pacific: Promise or Potential?’. Held on 8 June...

Meet Maria Shumusti

31 August 2021

My name is Maria Shumusti, and I moved to Canberra from Mumbai, India in 2018, to pursue a Master in International Relations at the Australian National University. I think one of the turning points...

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