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12 November 2015

Some countries in Southeast Asia have economically benefitted from the emergence and proliferation of production networks, but for others there’s still work to do, writes Buavanh Vilavong....

Dr Daryl Wesley from ANU and Steve Meredith from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage oversee the packing of Ancestral Remains.

Going home

11 November 2015

Historic Ancestral Remains discovered at Lake Mungo in the 1960s and early 1970s have been returned to elders from the Willandra Lakes area of Western New South Wales in the first step...

The people met travelling

6 November 2015

For me, travel has always been about the people more than the places. During my summer break, I travelled around China for five weeks. I saw everything from snow-capped mountains, glittering...

Bell School wins more than $835,000 in ARC funding

Bell School wins more than $835,000 in ARC funding

30 October 2015

Academics based at the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs at The Australian National University (ANU), have won more than $835,000 for four projects in the latest Australian Research Council (...

Delegates from Mexico, Indonesia, Korea, and Turkey  with Australian foreign affairs minister Julie Bishop. Image courtesy of the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Where is MIKTA heading next?

27 October 2015

With a relatively small amount of media coverage, foreign ministers of five nations—Mexico, Indonesia, South Korea, Turkey and Australia—met in New York last week for the sixth MIKTA ministerial...

Emma Roberts at Rinjani Lake. Photo: Supplied

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 political economy of Myanmar

The political economy of Myanmar

8 October 2015

Anna Peterson was one of 11 ANU students who travelled to Myanmar in July to complete a two-week intensive course, the Political Economy of Myanmar. In this video, Anna talks about her experience and...

Julie Bishop opens State of the Pacific conference

7 September 2015

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has used a speech at The Australian National University (ANU) to hail the success of the Australian Government's New Colombo Plan Mobility Program....

Photo: James Walsh

Going mobile

4 September 2015

New Australian Government funding for five College of Asia and the Pacific projects will allow students to spend time in Japan, Myanmar and Thailand.The funding, worth $483,000, is part of the 2016...

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...

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