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Downloading firearms: Is an Internet connection all you need to get a gun in Australia?

25 October 2018

New South Wales laws that have prohibited the possession of digital firearms blueprints need to be extended nationally, Rod Broadhurst writes.

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Does it really matter if Trump pulls the US out of the World Trade Organization?

27 September 2018

This article was first published in APPS Policy Forum on 26 September 2018.

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Planned trade deal with Europe could keep medicine prices too high

22 September 2018

This article was first published on The Conversation website on September 21,

Anthea Roberts and her book Is International Law International?

Anthea Roberts makes 2018 CHASS Australia Book Prize longlist

20 September 2018

This article was written by Paris Lord and was first published on the A

Pushing forward the global agenda on the social determinants of health

07 September 2018

In 2008 Professor Sharon Friel was in London leading the Scientific Secretariat of the World Health Organisation’s Commission on Social Determinants of Health.

2018 CHASS Book Prize Longlist

Book by Dr Anthea Roberts makes 2018 CHASS Australia Book Prize Longlist

06 September 2018

2018 CHASS Australia Book Prize Longlist announced

 A medieval engraving of the persecution of witches: historians are increasingly demonstrating that belief in witchcraft survived in Western Europe well into the 18th, 19th and even 20th centuries. Wikimedia Commons

Can we learn from the past in tackling witchcraft-related violence today?

04 September 2018

This article was originally published in The Conversation on 4 Septembe

Local campaign for domestic violence in the Pacific

Network Power

27 August 2018

After Kurnia Toha was named to head Indonesia’s competition authority in 2018, ANU School of Regulation and Global Governance (RegNet)

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