Tag: ANU

International students – peace offerings or security threats?

The decision to exclude international students from interning at the Parliament House is unlikely to improve Australia’s security significantly, Nathan Attrill writes.

Indonesian Parties Changing Their Spots? — “Academic Talks” with Tom Power

“If I go to the parliament in Jakarta, it’s easy for me to just call up someone and ask ‘do you have time for a […]

Elderly Life in the Hidden World of Karaoke Kissas and Classrooms – “Academic Talks” with Benny Tong

Benny Tong is a PhD candidate at the ANU studying the lives of elderly Japanese people in karaoke bars and how they seek fulfilment and […]

The Strange Invisibility of Australian Aid

Australian aid is a heavily debated topic. How much should we give? Who decides? How do we decide? In his most recent book, The Foreign […]