In this article on Frontier Myanmar, RegNet PhD scholar Naing Ko Ko is quoted on the depth and breadth of corruption that needs to be tackled by the new government in Myanmar.
Congratulations to Meredith Edelman, RegNet Phd scholar, who has taken out the Gender Institute 2015 Prize for excellence in research in the journal article category with her article, ‘An Unexpected Path: Bankruptcy, Justice and Intersecting Identities in the Catholic Sexual Abuse Scandals.
The politics of memory: emerging themes of ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ memories in peacebuilding.
If countries wish to protect legitimate and non-discriminatory public welfare regulation from investor-state claims, what options do they have?
RegNet Visiting Fellow Sarah James has discussed the economic pressures facing local farmers and obstacles to buying locally in the Sydney region in an interview with local Sydney radio station 2se
No one has made a larger contribution than David Levi-Faur to networked building of the strength of the regulatory studies community of scholars, especially in Europe and in political science, but much more widely as well.
Sharon Friel joins a panel of ANU health policy experts to discuss where the parties stand in the election debate.
The politics of memory: ‘official’ and ‘unofficial’ memories in peacebuilding.
Miranda Forsyth has been awarded a College of Asia and the Pacific–University of South Pacific Strategic Partnership Development Grant for a conference on constitutional developments in the Pacific Islands.
Having generated a maelstrom of controversy during his campaign, Rodrigo Duterte has analysts scrambling to understand what his presidency will mean for the Philippines and the region, writes Imelda Deinla.