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Unscrambling the Globalization Debate – New StoryMap launched for Six Faces of Globalisation

16 March 2022

Authors of Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses and Why It Matters, Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp unscramble the globalisation debate in a visually stunning StoryMap narration.

Australia can lead on reducing global nuclear risk

11 March 2022

by Rumtin Sepasspour
RegNet Visiting Fellow

Felicity Gray on YAIA's list of Young Women to Watch in International Affairs

08 March 2022

Congratulations to RegNet’s PhD scholar Felicity Gray, who is featured on the list of ‘Young Women to Watch in International Affairs’ for 2022!

The Chinese face of globalization - Review for Six Faces of Globalisation

07 March 2022

Richard Cullen reviews Six Faces of Globalization: Who Wins, Who Loses and Why it Matters by Anthea Roberts and Nicolas Lamp.

Globalisation and the search for common ground

07 March 2022

For decades, the principles of economic globalisation have been key to shaping public policy, but the status quo assumption that globalisation is good for all is being seriously challenged.

Facebook approved five obviously fake Australian election ads. Can we trust them to police the poll?

04 March 2022

PhD scholar and Reset Australia’s Director of Technology Policy Dhakshayini Sooriyakumaran says Facebook is still approving advertisements with explicit disinformation as Australia’s federal electi

RegNet Annual Report 2021

02 March 2022

It is our pleasure to share our successes, initiatives, engagement and innovative contributions enabled by our dynamic community in the RegNet Annual Report 2021.

3D printed guns could be on rise

02 March 2022

Emeritus Professor Roderic Broadhurst has spoken to The Daily Telegraph about the rise in 3D printed weapons following a series of raids across Sydney’s west.

Accelerated energy transition looms for Europe - Emma Aisbett quoted on ABC News

25 February 2022

RegNet Fellow Dr Emma Aisbett has told ABC News that it’s clear Europe is economically vulnerable to Russia because of its dependence on energy imports, a reliance that ha

Why “curtailment” is about to become a dirty word: rooftop solar’s gone hard – now it’s being told to go home …

25 February 2022

RegNet’s Research Fellow Lee White was quoted in Cosmos on the surge of rooftop solar uptake of rooftop solar and the effects on the electricity network.


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