Australia's Ambassador to the United States the Hon Joe Hockey has joined ANU College of Asia and the Pacific academics Dr Amy King and Dr...
A team of Australia's top international law students lead by The Australian National University (ANU) has returned from Japan with second...
ANU experts have given their opinion on today's historic Australian Marriage Law Postal Survey result and its implications for Australia.
A symposium on Monday will take a close look at how language in Australia and around the world has been influenced by wars.
The charge of the Australian Light Horse at the Battle of Beersheba 100 years ago offers surprising lessons for the nation's security.
Twenty papers by ANU demographers will be presented at the international conference.
The economist behind a new study into fuel prices has urged countries to continue their progress toward eliminating fossil fuel subsidies.
ANU experts comment on new Government energy policy.
New economic modelling has found that every $1 spent on Australian foreign aid in Asia has resulted in $7.10 in Australian exports.
The Australian National University (ANU) has launched a four-year project to document the lives of Australia's leading Indigenous people to...
Terrorism propaganda experts gather at ANU for influencial conference.
Leading education, diplomatic, and business officials from Australia and Iran have held high-level talks since.
A report into police racial profiling has been submitted to Federal Government inquiry.
ANU Chancellor Professor The Hon Gareth Evans AC QC has joined former Prime Minister Bob Hawke at the Australian National Press Club to...
As the crisis emerging from the so-called Islamic State (IS) is subsiding to some extent, another crisis is looming to bedevil Iraq.
Australia must be better prepared for an influx of terrorist propaganda as ISIS enters a new strategic phase.
The ANU National Security College has won a Carnegie Corporation of New York grant to fund submarine and nuclear strategy research.
The seemingly erratic actions of North Korea’s recent missile testing make sense when put into perspective.
An anthropologist at ANU may have stumbled across a clue to resolving one of the most enduring mysteries of Pacific history.
On the process toward stability in Afghanistan and the surrounding region, by Professor Amin Saikal