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Canberra’s plan to reduce re-offending

27 April 2017

Sydney Criminal Lawyers interview RegNet’s Miranda Forsyth

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ANU strengthen research collaborations with The University of the South Pacific

26 April 2017

A delegation from The University of the South Pacific (USP) met scholars and officials of the College of Asia and the Pacific at

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Why is Trump a global issue?

24 April 2017

This week marks 100 days of the Trump Administration in the US.

RegNet shines at 2017 World Congress on Public Health

18 April 2017

RegNet scholars showcase latest research

US air strikes on Syria: what happens when the US fails to provide a legal justification?

13 April 2017

RegNet’s Anthea Roberts provides expert legal commentary on the US airstrikes on Syria.

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Future challenges for Timor-Leste

10 April 2017

On 20th March the people of Timor-Leste elected Francisco Guterres of the FRETILIN party as their new President.

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Liberal democracies and the torture of their citizens

05 April 2017

Journalist Richard Ackland comments on ‘Liberal democracies and the torture of their citizens’

Philippine forum series

23 March 2017

The Philippine forum series provides a scholarly forum to disseminate and discuss research and current developments on economics, governance, and politics in the Philippines.

Second round applications for visiting fellowships open April 2017

20 March 2017

The Philippines Project runs a visiting fellowship program offering approximately five to six researchers and/or policymak

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