Getting down to business in Asia will be a lot simpler, thanks to a new partnership between the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific and major law firm Corrs.
The Australian Centre on China in the World has launched a new competition calling on Australians to contribute to the nation’s conversation on China.
Widespread practice and belief in sorcery and witchcraft are not only linked to brutal violence and killings in Melanesia – they are stifling the development and modernisation of the region.
ANU alumnus Dr Chatib Basri was this week appointed to the Indonesian cabinet as Finance Minister. His appointment adds to the growing list of ANU alumni associated with the Indonesian cabinet.
With a seat at the UN Security Council, Australia is perfectly placed to champion the cause of women on the global stage, writes ANU College of Asia and the Pacific experts Susan Harris Rimmer and Katrina Lee-Koo.
A generation of East Asian grassroots activists are taking their lives into their own hands.
Students have more opportunities than ever to immerse themselves in an international study experience.
High-profile international lawyer Jennifer Robinson devoted her career to defending human rights after a life-changing study exchange to Indonesia.
Aid and diplomacy expert Dr Susan Harris Rimmer from the ANU Asia-Pacific College of Diplomacy, says Australia will pay a high price for cuts to overseas aid and our diplomatic corps.