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ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Research Fellow Nicholas Farrelly discusses the state of democracy and politics in Malaysia with People's Justice Party Vice-President and Secretary General Mr Rafizi Ramli.
The reform of Australia’s federation is under review, with a White Paper process currently underway. In this video recorded at ANU on Thursday 2 October 2014 a group of experts consider what reform issues should be foremost.
Overview: This is a bibliographic database of research conducted and documented on animal health in Papua New Guinea. It provides a summary of the breadth of animal health research that has been conducted in Papua New Guinea and offers some insights into the distribution...
The Government’s decision to commission a new Defence White Paper – the third in just in just five years - suggests that Australian defence policy is in trouble.
That comes as no surprise, because Defence policy is never easy. But the new White Paper...
Alastair Walton, Chairman of BKK Partners and a former Co-Chairman of Goldman Sachs Australia, discusses Australia’s financial sector in the context of global developments impacting the industry.
The conference brought together experts to assess the impact of Yudhoyono's presidency on Indonesia's development.
This video presents the conferences welcoming remarks and a political update. Nine more presentations can be viewed by clicking "Playlist" in the top-left corner of the video.
Overview: This book examines the (in)visibility of romantic love in the legal discourse surrounding modern Australian marriage. It looks at how romantic love has become a core part of modernity, and a dominant part of the Western marriage discourse, and considers how the ideologies...
This paper examines the progression of concepts of indigenous ethnic identity and nationalism in New Caledonia within the context of French colonisation.
Narratives matter. Public policy reform proposals are unlikely to be implemented, and even less likely to prove resilient, unless accompanied by a compelling narrative. But compelling narratives can also be dangerous.
In this landmark public lecture, Dr Ken Henry AC says that the narrative...
Australia asserts sovereignty to 42% of the Antarctic continent and has a long involvement in Antarctic exploration and science. Australia also has important economic and environmental interests in the Great Southern Ocean. We are an original signatory to the Antarctic Treaty which, among other things,...