29
AUG
2015

1 & 2 September – ARPI will be at the Security in Government Conference 2015 in Canberra

ARPI is attending the Security in Government Conference 2015 in Canberra on the 1st and 2nd September 2015 Information about the conference is available from the Attorney General’s Department website
29
AUG
2015

11, 16 & 18 September – New thinking about Australian security

The Crawford School of Public Policy will host a series of seminars on New thinking about Australian security, presented by Professor Rory Medcalf, Head of the ANU National Security College. In an interconnected world, Australia’s security interests will keep outgrowing its...
29
AUG
2015

9 September – Roads, cars and taxes

The Crawford School of Public Policy will host a seminar on Roads, Cars and Taxes, featuring: Professor Cliff Winston Dr Elizabeth Taylor Dr Mark Harrison There is increasing attention being paid to urban congestion and growing talk of transport regulation, congestion and other...
29
AUG
2015

ARPI submission to the Productivity Commission on the Workplace Relations Framework

On 13 August, ARPI lodged a submission to the Productivity Commission on the Workplace Relations Framework. In the submission, ARPI noted that a number of Commonwealth jurisdictions expose business and community sector employers and employees to strategic risk by poorly framed...
06
AUG
2015

13 August – Two Futures: Australia at a Critical Moment. Book launch

Two Futures: Australia at a Critical Moment – Clare O’Neil MP and Tim Watts MP, in conversation with Gareth Evans In this new book Two Futures, two young parliamentarians take the long view. They identify the dramatic changes looming on the horizon and outline creative...
22
JUL
2015

29 July – The Middle East – the new Asia: why Australia should concentrate on strengthening the economic relationship

In this presentation, Talal Yassine OAM, ANU Honorary Professorial Fellow at Crawford School of Public Policy, and the Chairman of the Council for Australian Arab Relations (CAAR), Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade will discuss the reasons why Australia should concentrate...
22
JUL
2015

28 July – Should Australia agree to investor-state dispute settlement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership?

Investor-state dispute settlement (ISDS) has emerged as possibly the most controversial aspect of deep and comprehensive trade agreements like the Trans-Pacific Partnership. ISDS is particularly controversial in countries such as Australia, the US and Germany where it has been...
20
JUL
2015

7 New Papers Published

ARPI has published seven new papers by ARPI Director, Peter Quinton. Full details available on the What’s New page
20
JUL
2015

MEDIA RELEASE – LAUNCH OF GLOBAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT NETWORK

ARPI has today launched its second Global Risk Policy Network – Complex Project Management. Click here to view the full media release
28
MAY
2015

Rio Tinto-ANU China Update 2015: China’s domestic transformation in a global context

Friday 10 July Crawford School of Public Policy | China Economy Program The 2015 Update will host a special panel discussion on China’s policy and actions to address climate change. Speakers include: – Professor He Jiankun, former Vice President of Tsinghua University,...