Minister launches new cyber security program at ANU
Communications Minister the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP has launched a new ANU-based program on cyberspace and cyber security as the world deals with new challenges posed by the Internet and technology.
Number one with a bullet
The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific’s Strategic and Defence Studies Centre has been named as Australia’s best university-based think tank in the 2013 Global Go To Think Tank report.
The two Timor-Lestes
ANU is hosting a two day Timor-Leste Update, where the country’s challenges and victories will be discussed in full.
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Engineering girl power
Three young women have been awarded Defence Science and Technology Organisation scholarships for their engagement and potential as engineers and scientists.
The last chemical war
The elimination of Syria’s chemical weapons will be a task of unimaginable complexity, but this month’s progress is significant, writes KALMAN A ROBERTSON.
Inside the hermit kingdom
One academic’s recent trip to North Korea reveals that life inside one of the world’s most secretive states is a lot more ‘normal’ than you might expect.
Out of the shadows
An ANU military historian is helping to shed light on the cloak and dagger world of Australian spies.
China’s next top model
China Update is currently on at ANU, and it is Australia’s premier forum for in-depth discussion and analysis of the Chinese economy. There is a new model of Chinese economic growth developing, write ROSS GARNAUT, CAI FANG and LIGANG SONG.
The secret’s out
In the spy business, the secret of success is that one’s successes remain secret, writes Rhys Crawley.