Events & media

Introducing Executive Education short courses in Diplomacy

We are opening up our professional development courses to the broader community of diplomacy practitioners and policymakers, as a calendar of scheduled courses.

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Girl in front of flags

Ruth Dobson Scholarship presented by Robyn Mudie, DFAT to Sally Swinnen

Robyn Mudie, Executive Director, DFAT Diplomatic Academy presents Sally Swinnen with the Ruth Dobson Scholarship to commemorate Australia's first female...

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Ruth Dobson Scholarship presentation

Complex Diplomacy: A field in flux

With modern diplomacy rapidly changing, the latest edition of Pauline Kerr and Geoffrey Wiseman’s book on the field seeks to capture that complexity.

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intersecting lines that create networks and connections

Comfort Women: Japan & South Korea’s simmering flashpoint

In her new book project, Lauren Richardson explores the issues that continue to test Japan and South Korea’s relationship – and won’t seem to go away.

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The Statue of Peace: a young girl that sits on a bench outside the Japanese Embassy in Seoul, South Korea.

Translating the refugee crisis

Following the launch of a Danish translation of his book What is a refugee? Professor William Maley explains why the refugee crisis is as topical in Denmark...

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What is a refugee?_book by william maley

Video and audio podcasts

Australia 360 (2017): Regional Roundup

Speaking at the Australian National University’s annual Australia 360 event last Tuesday, a panel...

The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific
The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific

The Economic and Social Survey of Asia and the Pacific

2015 report launched at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

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