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ASEAN’s operation offers a guide to Pacific nations

22 August 2022

The Pacific can learn from the challenges ASEAN faces as it feels the heat from increasing competition between China and the United States in the region. Name the region: a group of diverse states,...

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...

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,...

Meet Haula Noor

15 November 2021

Haula Noor is a PhD graduate of the Department of Political and Social Change at the Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs. She received her BA in Psychology and a MA in Interdisciplinary Islamic...

A Korean-Australian Scholar of Australia-Korea Relations

15 October 2021

Dr Peter K. Lee reflects on his PhD journey with the Bell School’s Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) at the Australian National University. As two of the region’s leading ‘middle powers’,...

Meet Sanjoli Banerjee

28 September 2021

Tell us about yourself I am 22 years old, born and brought up in India. I have been into social activism since the age of five. Both my parents are prominent educators in my home city. I completed a...

Private Security in PNG: A Networked Approach by Sinclair Dinnen and Grant Walton

PNG’s private security industry could improve public security: report

6 September 2021

A new report from researchers at The Australian National University (ANU) highlights the vital role private security plays in ensuring public security across Papua New Guinea (PNG). The report...

From practitioner to scholar: sowing the seeds for peace in Mindanao

20 July 2021

Primitivo III “Prime” Cabanes Ragandang has always held a lifelong passion for peacebuilding and sustainability in the Philippines. Studying a Doctorate in Philosophy, International, Political and...

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