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Ruth Dobson Scholarship presentation

Ruth Dobson Scholarship presentation speech by Robyn Mudie, DFAT

21 March 2018

Transcript of speech by Robyn Mudie, Executive Director, DFAT Diplomatic Academy, given on Tuesday 6 March 2018 on the occasion of presenting the Ruth Dobson Scholarship for 2018 to Sally Swinnen....

Craig Robinson

PhD Candidate heading to Chicago Council of Global Affairs

27 February 2018

An Australian National University student has been selected as one of only 27 students globally to join the Next Generation Delegation at the Global Food Security Symposium in Washington, DC. Craig...

intersecting lines that create networks and connections

Complex Diplomacy: A field in flux

21 February 2018

Modern day diplomacy faces a rapidly changing, increasingly complex environment. The new edition of a field-leading textbook edited by ANU scholars Pauline Kerr and Geoffrey Wiseman from the Asia-...

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

Comfort Women: Japan & South Korea’s simmering flashpoint

20 February 2018

The historical issue of “comfort women” is still a simmering source of tension between Japan and South Korea. Dr Lauren Richardson, the new Director of Studies at the Asia-Pacific College of...

ANU graduates among the world’s most employable

16 November 2017

Graduates from The Australian National University (ANU) have been ranked Australia’s most employable graduates and are listed among the world’s most sought after employees. For the fifth consecutive...

UN Academic Conference in Florence, Italy

Workshopping the Security Council

1 November 2017

Not quite in Florence, but somewhere in the Tuscan hills, a group of highflying diplomats and academics came together to discuss how to leverage influence on the UN Security Council. Organisers...

What is a refugee?_book by william maley

Translating the refugee crisis

1 November 2017

Denmark is a country which has a long history of involvement with refugee issues. In 1943 over 7000 Danish Jews were able to cross the narrow Öresund Strait into Sweden seeking protection from...

ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Brian Schmidt and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement) Professor Shirley Leitch with counterparts from Ritsumeikan University

ANU and Japan’s Ritsumeikan University to offer dual degree

3 October 2017

The Australian National University (ANU) will build on its global expertise in the study of the Asia Pacific by offering a new undergraduate dual degree program with Japan’s Ritsumeikan...

Diplomacy throws open its doors

6 September 2017

Diplomatic negotiations tend to be much franker behind closed doors at the United Nations Security Council. Those early experiences, attending formal and informal meetings as a researcher at the...

Regional roundup spotlights Australia’s key relationships

11 August 2017

In trying to understand what kind of neighbour Australia wants to be in the Asia-Pacific, a regional roundup is as good as any. Speaking at the Australian National University’s annual Australia 360...


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