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Andrew Chan (left) and Myuran Sukumaran - two Australians facing imminent execution in Indonesia. Photo by AFP.

Australia can change Asia for the better

30 April 2015

Australia has the resources and clout to push for major change in the region, including issues as divisive as the death penalty. The real challenge is whether we have the ideas, arguments and...

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Looking beyond the legend

24 April 2015

As Australia marks the centenary of the ill-fated Gallipoli campaign, four war historians examine what Anzac means and dig a little deeper into the myths and legends surrounding one of the nation’s...

The secret to success

23 April 2015

ANU historian collects prestigious spy-writing award for first official history of Australia’s Secret Intelligence Organisation.Professor David Horner, from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre...

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Student prize honours fallen soldier

16 April 2015

A prize aimed at first-year security studies students at The Australian National University has been established in commemoration of an Australian soldier who died during World War II.Private Clark...

Is Australia's engagement with Asia over?

3 March 2015

 A new book on Australia’s role in Asia finds the country has moved to a new phase in its relationships with the region.From towing back boats to cattle bans and ignored pleas for clemency, it would...

When bad politics can lead to good policy

27 February 2015

We're often told good policy is good politics. Sometimes however what seems like terrible politics can create good policy. So it is with Australia's submarines, writes ANDREW CARR.Ever since the last...

The time is right for a new foreign policy blueprint

25 February 2015

To meet global challenges and ensure national interests, Australia needs to develop a coherent foreign policy narrative, writes Michael Wesley. Facing a tough year ahead in getting its domestic...

Today’s world yesterday

3 February 2015

As one of Australia’s pre-eminent international relations and security scholars, Coral Bell not only shaped Australian defence and foreign policy; she foresaw the challenges and dangers of today’s...

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The accidental academic

3 February 2015

The legacy of Coral Bell – one of Australia’s keenest minds on world politics – lives on to inspire a whole new generation of scholars, writes Sheryn Lee.Tomorrow, the ANU College of Asia and the...

Front row (left to right): Thomas Power, Christopher Perks, Stewart Sutherland, Raymond Lovett.  Backrow (left to right): Sophia Buchhor​n, Zoe Hatten, Caroline Compton, Gerard McCarthy, Timothea Horn, Justine Chambers, Nonie Elise Tuxen.

Students sweep up in Endeavour awards

7 January 2015

ANU College of Asia and the Pacific collects six of 26 prestigious Endeavour Postgraduate scholarships for graduate research and fieldwork. Six graduate students from the ANU College of Asia and the...

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