Public policy

Federal Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull at the 2014 China Update. Photo by David Paterson, ANU.
15
Jul

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.

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe meets ANU students Sigourney  Irvine (L), Akira Kinefuchi and Catherine Hallett (R).
08
Jul

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.

Parliament house
24
Jun

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.

Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke and Emeritus Professor Stuart Harris and the book launch of China's Foreign Policy
20
Jun

Former PM Hawke launches book on China’s rise

Former Prime Minister Bob Hawke has launched a new book on the rise of China by ANU Professor Stuart Harris, using his speech to discuss China’s economic rise and growing influence in the region.

Photo courtesy of Marc Nozell on flickr.
13
Jun

Fostering closer energy ties with the US

An ANU collaboration with the US National Renewable Energy Laboratory has been raised during talks between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Tony Abbott at the White House.

Professor Des Ball, among those honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours. Photo by Bob Cooper, ANU.
09
Jun
Image courtesy woodleywonderworks on flickr
02
Jun

RBA should leave rates unchanged in June: Shadow RBA

The Reserve Bank of Australia should leave interest rates unchanged in June despite uncertainty over the economic outlook, the Australian National University’s RBA Shadow Board has found.

29
May

Australians respect science but don’t know the details

A new report finds Australians have positive views on science, but they are unclear on details, and many don’t know who to trust.

Photo courtesy of undergroundb on flickr.
29
May

Putting a value on environmental change

Scientists and economists have put a value on changes to the global environment, highlighting the need for policymakers to take a closer look at environmental change.

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26
May

Sunny days

In the last decade, Medicare spending on vitamin D testing increased from $2 million to $145 million a year. Australians are concerned about vitamin D. And so they should be. Data released by the Bureau of Statistics in 2012 showed that almost 4 million Australians aren’t getting enough. But if you think vitamin tablets are […]

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