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20 years of ANU student exchanges to Indonesia

14 October 2015

ANU has helped celebrate the 20th anniversary of a program which has fostered student exchanges and study in Indonesia. ANU has had 177 students living and studying in Indonesia...

The China-Japan relationship

2 October 2015

At the Asan Forum, Tessa Morris-Suzuki and Amy King and Tessa Morris-Suzuki debate alternative scenarios on how history will influence the future China-Japan relationship. Click here to access this...

Turnbull: any implications for Indonesia?

Turnbull: any implications for Indonesia?

2 October 2015

After the dramatic leadership spill within the Liberal Party of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull was elected to replace Tony Abbott as the new Australian prime minister. Whereas Abbott was the...

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Enabling Nepalese policy-makers

20 August 2015

Sixteen delegates from the Nepalese government scaled new aid and development heights thanks to a specialised three-week course at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. Run by the Asia-...

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Australian foreign policy in the spotlight

19 August 2015

A recent ANU conference has sought to evaluate the state of Australia’s international relations in the face of a diverse set of challenges.The Australia 360 forum, hosted by the Coral Bell School of...

Scholarship to create leaders that make a difference

18 August 2015

A new scholarship valued at up to $120,000 over two to three years will offer students pursuing research or coursework postgraduate studies a unique opportunity to develop their...

PNG ban on foreign workers unwise, says ANU academic

13 August 2015

A ban on foreign advisers working for the PNG government could cause problems in the delivery of Australia’s development assistance to PNG and reduce the quality of advice available to the PNG...

Friends and neighbours

6 August 2015

Deepening ties between Australia and Japan in the past few years have led to each nation considering the other its most important security partner after the United States, a think tank says....

Stability and stagnation under SBY

Stability and stagnation under SBY

31 July 2015

Under ‘moderating president’ Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, Indonesia’s democracy suffered no reverses – but it didn’t move forward either. Much controversy surrounds how best to interpret Susilo Bambang...

Collateral benefit and damage

31 July 2015

The ruling in the case between China and the Philippines over competing claims in the South China Sea will strain relations between Manila and Beijing, but it’ll also impact Vietnam, Taiwan,...

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