Former Japan PM moved and shocked by words of Indigenous Australians
Former Japanese Prime Minister Naoto Kan has revealed at an ANU public lecture that he was left moved and shocked by words spoken to him by traditional Indigenous land owners.
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.
Australia’s Islamic leadership missing in action
New research questions whether Australia’s Islamic clerical leaders are doing enough to deter Australian jihadists from joining conflicts overseas.
Word watch – boat people
What’s in a name? In the latest edition of ANU Reporter magazine Australian National Dictionary editor Amanda Laugesen uncovers the language choices and phases behind the asylum seeker debate. Download our free ANU Reporter tablet app to read this story, and more. Each new edition will automatically download to your Newsstand. Don’t have a tablet? Subscribe […]
2014 China Update a success
Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull joined many of the world’s leading experts on China at the Australian National University (ANU) 2014 China Update.
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits ANU
Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has visited The Australian National University, in recognition of the University’s long-standing and growing links with Japan.
ANU Crawford forum brings experts together to discuss global issues
Experts from around the world have come together at the Australian National University to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing the world.
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.