New book offers frank views on Australia-China ties
A new book on Australia’s links with China brings together new voices and fresh thinking on the shared future of the two nations.
Trading for the region
Australia’s role as a major regional player will be demonstrated at the G-20 summit, says World Trade Organization director-general ROBERTO AZEVEDO. As head of the world’s only international body dealing with rules of trade between nations, Roberto Azevedo plays a key role in the development of links in the Asia-Pacific region. At the end of […]
The day the world changed
War came so fast a century ago, and so unexpectedly, and everything changed so completely when it came, that it still shocks one today. It still seems extraordinary how swiftly the people of 1914 lost the world they knew, plunging headlong into a very different world, and for each of them a very different life. […]
Q&A – The Strategic and Defence Studies Centre
The Strategic and Defence Studies Centre (SDSC) is Australia’s oldest, largest and highest ranking academic institute for strategic studies research, education and commentary. For close to 50 years the Centre has helped Australians understand the complexity of Asia’s strategic environment, Australia’s place in it, and the utility and application of armed force in international affairs. […]
ANU to host global diplomatic training
The Australian National University is set to host the world’s largest gathering of diplomacy experts and practitioners.
Defence Minister launches book on the future of defence
Defence Minister David Johnston has launched a book from the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre on the future of the country’s defence.
The state of Iraq
ANU experts have commented on the latest developments in Iraq and US President Barack Obama’s decision to authorise air strikes against Islamic State.
Foreign Minister opens Middle East conference
Australia’s Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has opened an ANU conference on the Middle East, using her speech to express concern about the recent violence in Iraq and Syria.
ANU appoints new Public Policy Fellows
Seven new Public Policy Fellows, including two of the country’s top senior public servants, have been appointed to the nation’s most influential policy forum.
BUDGET 2014/15 – ANU EXPERTS RESPOND
ANU experts discuss the Abbott Government’s first budget, and its implications for Australia.
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