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Miranda Forsyth on violence in the PNG elections

29 July 2022

by Miranda Forsyth and Gordon Peake

Image: Philipp Katzenberger from Unsplash

Australia must address China tech challenge in Indonesia

20 July 2022

China’s free large-scale technology training in Indonesia poses a major security challenge to Australia and the region, according to a

In conversation with Jarrett Blaustein, RegNet's new Education Director

19 July 2022

We are delighted to introduce Associate Professor Jarrett Blaustein as our newest staff member and Education Director a

An afternoon of celebration

18 July 2022

On 15 July 2022, we celebrated the graduation of our PhD scholar, Douglas Allan and our Master of Criminology, Justice and Regulation (MCJRE) graduate, Mallory Dobner.

Localisation and China’s tech success in Indonesia

18 July 2022

Despite ambivalence about Chinese intentions in Indonesia’s political and defense establishment, Chinese telecoms firms have successfully used strategies of localization to position themselves as t

Sharon Friel on Policy Forum: The price of a healthy life

18 July 2022

How is the current cost of living crisis impacting the health and wellbeing of Australians? How do the social determinants of health play out in the community?

Doug Allan’s PhD journey: The rigours, reality and reflection

11 July 2022

Being a parent, while working full time and pursuing your PhD is no easy feat.

For the love of forests

07 July 2022

We caught up with our recent postdoctoral fellow, Depi Susilawati to hear about her love for forestry, her curren

Australia: missing in action on conflict prevention?

07 July 2022

Miranda Forsyth shared her thoughts with the Development Intelligence Lab on whether Australia is missing in action on conflict prevention.


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