Terrorism

Foreign Minister Julie Bishop and Vice-Chancellor Ian Young AO, at the opening of the Arab World, Iran and Major Powers Conference.
26
Jun

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.

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29
Jan

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.

Photo of protesters in Bangkok, December 2013, by Flickr user Ilf_
05
Dec
2013

Thailand’s stark choice

As Thai opposition leader Suthep Thaugsuban calls protestors to arms, the country is heading for civil conflict, writes Andrew Walker.

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07
Nov
2013

Afghanistan can maintain stability: Amin Saikal

The withdrawal of coalition forces from Afghanistan by the end of next year has the potential to go ahead without any glitches, provided the coalition forces maintain a supporting role, says ANU Professor Amin Saikal.

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01
Oct
2013

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.

Truthout.org on flickr
11
Jul
2013

The secret’s out

In the spy business, the secret of success is that one’s successes remain secret, writes Rhys Crawley.

PM Speech
23
Jan
2013

Prime Minister opens GJ Yeend Wing

Prime Minister Julia Gillard has officially opened the new section of the ANU Crawford School building, the GJ Yeend Wing.

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Jan Laczinsky, from Melbourne, Australia, who lost his friend in the Bali bombing, observes a moment of silence at a memorial built where the Sari Club once stood. Photo by Dimas Ardian/ istockphoto
12
Oct
2012

Ten years after terror

A decade after the Bali bombing in Indonesia , Associate Professor Greg Fealy reflects on what the attack has meant for global jihad and the fight against terror.

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Dr Lacy Davey.
01
Dec
2011

War and peace and war

The dogs of war will continue to bark no matter how hard we pull the leash for peace.

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