Small quantities of synthetic opioids such as fentanyl are being smuggled past customs barriers and used to create recreational drugs, which are spreading at an alarming rate with the help of cryptocurrencies.
Negotiators from 11 countries have been racing to resurrect the near-dead Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement before the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit this weekend.
The latest plan to get the controversial trade deal up and running again after the withdrawal of the United States involves freezing some of its controversial rules. These include rules for biologic drugs, an expensive class of medicines often used to treat conditions such as cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
Applications now open for Philippines Project Visiting Fellowships and Collaborative Research Grants02 November 2017
The ANU Philippines Project is now accepting applications for its Visiting Fellowsh
In a recent article in Arena, RegNet’s Jon Altman reviews the design and effectiveness of the Community Development Program (CDP) and explains why it should be ab
At Global Ideas Forum 2017, Sharon Friel sat down with Global Ideas’ Director Naveen Tenneti for a broad-ranging discussion about public health, the way corporations can both help and hinder climat
The criminal trade in new synthetic drugs is profitable, sophisticated, dangerous, and rapidly expanding. In this latest research from RegNet’s Roderic Broadhurst, he examines the transnational links between organised crime groups, and the implications of the expansion of the trade for law enforcement agencies in Asia and Oceania.
The Philippines has undergone rapid policy change from the 1990s until today.
Australia was elected to the UN Human Rights Council on 17 October 2017.
Today (6 October 2017 EST), RegNet Director Professor Sharon Friel addresses the European Health Forum in Austria.