International systems Asia
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.
How does a tiny, landlocked country like Bhutan deal with China on one side and India on the other?
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.
High-profile international lawyer Jennifer Robinson devoted her career to defending human rights after a life-changing study exchange to Indonesia.
Significant decisions in the Indonesian Parliament are being made in an unclear and unaccountable way, according to a new study from ANU.
Dinner address by Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AO QC, Chancellor of The Australian National University, to AusAid ANU Distinguished Alumni attending Policy Choices for Vietnam Conference, Canberra, 29 November 2012.
Eight senior researchers and activists from across Asia recently visited the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health (NCEPH) at ANU for an intense policy-focused training course.
Meet Elizabeth Buchan, who is attending the United Nations convention on climate change in Doha in November and has had an interesting encounter with Kevin Rudd.
Undergraduate student Lewis Hirst has been selected by Global Voices to attend the World Trade Organization (WTO) Public Forum in Switzerland in September.