Month: June 2017

APW: Tackling International Issues with Interdisciplinary Collaboration

“It’s not business as usual,” Insists Maliwaan Walker, Content Coordinator of ANU’s annual Asia Pacific Week (APW). Walker and her fellow members of the 2017 […]

A method to North Korea’s madness?

In a time of renewed tension on the Korean Peninsula, one fact remains unchanged: North Korea has rationality in spades, writes Kate Crompton. Almost like […]

Indonesia: from Paradox to Partnership

Whilst Australia and Indonesia have shared strategic challenges in the past, we are now seeing a convergence of interests that should see cooperation, rather than […]

Ending Honour Killings in Pakistan

Over recent years Pakistan has taken significant steps to put an end to honour killings, but more needs to be done as the Pakistani government […]