Research stories

27
Jul
2016
Military ships at sea
ANU International Law expert Professor Donald Robertson explains how the international tribunal ruling on the South China Sea will reshape the legal discourse in the region.
13
Jul
2016
Spratly Islands
While the decision in the South China Sea Arbitration is final and binding there are no clear mechanisms for its implementation. Any resolution of the conflict will come down to diplomacy and negotiation, writes Donald Rothwell.
23
Jun
2016
EU Flag
ANU Law expert Ryan Goss discusses how the Brexit referendum work and what distinguishes it from referendums that have been held in Australia?
14
Jun
2016
Cave Painting
ANU College of Law expert Asmi Wood examines why Australia won't recognise Indigenous customary law.
17
May
2016
We need a global education campaign to change corporate attitudes that bribery is a necessary part of doing business abroad, writes ANU Law expert Kath Hall.
10
May
2016
Dorota Gozdecka
The human rights of migrants are not being respected in Europe with many countries failing to recognise cultural difference and diversity, according to ANU expert Dr Dorota Gozdecka.
11
Apr
2016
ANU Law expert Associate Professor Hall argues that while Australia’s regulatory authorities are diligent and conscientious, the deficiencies in corruption regulation have been on show this year.
07
Apr
2016
The National Law Reform Conference will bring together some of Australia's best legal practitioners, policy experts, researchers and academics.
05
Apr
2016
Australian politicians should put socially contentious issues to the public vote to help break political impasses, according to a key speaker at the upcoming ANU National Law Reform Conference.
18
Mar
2016
ANU Law PhD student, Bal Kama, has been announced Commonwealth Pacific Young Person of the Year 2016 for his work improving the lives of young people in PNG communities.

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