In this opinion piece published in the Centralian Advocate, RegNet visitor Jon Altman argues “what is needed is some realistic assessment of what meaningful activity is available for indig
It’s not only Google and Microsoft, all multinationals are playing the same game.
This edition of the Research Papers features papers from Ian Marsh, Jeroen van der Heijden, Clarke Jones, Mary Ivec and Val Braithwaite.
Three RegNet academic positions are currently being advertised via the ANU Recruit website:
Center for International Governance and Justice PhD Scholar, Joyce Wu, has written about domestic violence in today’s Canberra Times, She writes of her experience working with victims of domestic v
In this Regarding Rights blog post, Mikko Rajavuori, University of Turku and former Visiting PhD Scholar at the Center for International Governance and Justice, RegNet, write about a lack of human
The latest part of the TPP to be leaked is its investment chapter. And like almost everything we know about the secretive negotiations for the agreement, it provides plenty of cause for concern.
Hilary Charlesworth and Emma Larking have a ‘virtual conversation’ on Allegra.
In this Regarding Rights blog post, Ibolya Losoncz of RegNet, ANU &
In this Lowy Institute paper, RegNet Adjunct Professor and former Special Envoy on Climate Change, Howard Bamsey writing with Kath Rowley, argues that not paying proper attention to the current int