Australia's relationship with China — and what it means for you- Listen to Yun Jiang interview on ABC Radio Melbourne
ANU China Story blog editor and director of the not-for-profit China Policy Centre Yun Jiang, geoecono
Don't let safety fall by the wayside in the rush to find a vaccine - Emeritus Professor Peter Drahos writes for The Canberra Times
Emeritus Professor Peter Drahos argues that if political leaders want to produce a COVID-19 vaccine
RegNet PhD scholar Mary Ivec talks about why there is a staggering growth in the number of children in out-of-home care in C
COVID-19: innovations from governance and justice programs- Professor Veronica Taylor writes for DevPolicy Blog
Professor Veronica Taylor, Lisa Denney and Leisha Lister, write about how COVID19 has impacted g
Yun Jiang, joins Martyn Pearce the host of Policy Forum podcast and a panel or experts to discuss online hate, anti-social behaviour on digital platforms, and what policymakers can do about it.
Will Japan continue to finance international coal projects?- Dr Christian Downie writes in East Asia Forum
Dr Christian Downie and Llewelyn Hughes talk about how Japan’s support for international coal projects has been the subject
RegNet alumna Jucinta Mulders considers the circular nature of life during the pandemic. Read the full article here.
RegNet alumna Kate Ogg, outlines why she thinks Australia’s strict border control policy enforced due to COVID19 might be in breach of international law.
Why is sorcery related violence occurring in PNG?- Miranda Forsyth interviewed on Good Will Hunters radio show
Associate Professor Forsyth Miranda talks about sorcery accusation related violence (SARV) in Papua New Guinea, a problem which endures for people of all ages, genders, lo