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AI expressed through Art – a collaborative project bringing research to life

22 March 2021

Dr Christopher Hobson has collaborated with artist Ashley Cullen to create a mural exploring themes related to his research in artificial intelligence (AI), offering a different way of communicating...

Financial task force decision adds to stress on Pakistan–US relations

11 March 2021

On 26 February, the Paris-based Financial Action Task Force (FATF), a 39-country anti–money laundering and counter–terrorism financing watchdog, decided to yet again keep Pakistan on the ‘grey list’...

Things Break: Reflections from Fukushima

11 March 2021

On the anniversary of Japan’s triple disasters, this piece reflects on an important lesson I learnt from the research I did on the Fukushima nuclear accident: some things break. On 11 March 2011, a...

Dr Lauren Richardson funded for Japan Studies Seminar Series

1 March 2021

Dr Lauren Richardson, from our Department of International Relations, has been awarded funding by the Australia-Japan Foundation at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade to lead a three-year...

Frooq Yousaf, Pakistan, Regional Security and Conflict Resolution – The Pashtun ‘Tribal’ Areas (Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2021)

Book Review: Pakistan, Regional Security and Conflict Resolution – The Pashtun “Tribal” Areas

21 December 2020

The tribal areas of Pakistan have played a critical role in the security of the country since Partition, particularly since the Taliban was ousted from power in 2001. Dr Farooq Yousaf’s book...

Quad Flags

China Can Hurt Australia for Malabar Exercise But QUAD is Bracing

26 October 2020

Earlier this week, India formally invited Australia to join the large-scale naval exercises to be conducted in the Bay of Bengal (3-6 November) and the Arabian Sea (17-20 November), involving in...

Patrick Wall

‘The Makings of a Success’: The Global Compact on Refugees and the Inaugural Global Refugee Forum

19 October 2020

“The understanding of international dynamics, global governance mechanisms and diplomatic practice developed through my studies in Diplomacy have been invaluable in my current role working on...

Book Review: The Battle for Pakistan: The Bitter US Friendship and a Tough Neighbourhood

12 October 2020

US-Pakistan relations have always been difficult and became particularly prickly at the height of the war in neighbouring Afghanistan. Washington needs to rebuild the trust if it doesn’t want to see...

Gender and Global Threats

29 September 2020

2020 has not been a good year for the Asia Pacific region. Achievements in the United Nation’s global Sustainable Development Goals has been poor and COVID-19 has had enormous economic impacts in an...

Our experts awarded grant for podcast series

1 September 2020

COVID-19 represents a massive global health, economic and political challenge. It is undoubtedly a gendered challenge too: women are the majority of healthcare workers internationally, take on more...

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