The contributions of three RegNet alumnae have been recognised by the International Studies Association (ISA) with awards for bravery in pursuing pioneering scholarship; p
Dark web takedowns by cross-border law enforcement operations have a significant impact on the availability of opioids, in particular the lethal drug fentanyl, according to a new report from The Au
Message from the Director
RegNet students Franz Carneiro Alphonso, Xiao Jiang, Mallory Dobner and recent graduate Frederick Loughman, talk about their student experience and share their thoughts on what it is like to st
For millennia nations across the world have erected border walls and fences. With these physical divides, states have sought to fortify their defences, signal power, and delineate borders.
Harnessing financial markets and institutional investment to increase the penetration of clean energy in Asia and the Pacific27 January 2021
Climate change and energy poverty are just two of the key global challenges that the world is currently facing.
The belief in witchcraft or sorcery exists across many parts of the Pacific, especially in Papua New Guinea (PNG).
RegNet alumna appointed Human Rights Commissioner to the National Human Rights Commission of Mongolia14 December 2020
We are delighted to announce that ANU RegNet alumna Dr Narantuya (Nara) Ganbat was recently appointed