Griffith researchers are tracking grants, donations in kind, debt forgiveness and concessional finance offered to Pacific island countries.
From North Korean missiles tests, Malaysian elections and President Trump’s TAIPEI Act, the geopolitical drama of Asia Pacific continues with the world in COVID-19 lockdown.
Griffith University experts in climate change and information management are helping Pacific island countries and territories to discover and manage the information they need to plan for climate change. While a number of projects are under way in the region to mitigate the effects of rising sea levels, finding the information to decide which of them will […]
Finding a region-specific Higher Degree Research supervisor is now even easier with the brand new ‘Asia Research Lens‘ that launched last month. A part of the redevelopment project for the Griffith Research Hub, the lens is an interactive portal to easily find people, projects and publications related to the Asia Pacific region. Located within the […]
Griffith Asia Institute
In an article published today for The Australian, Rowan Callick mused on the apparent success of talks held this month by Prime Minister Tony Abbott during his recent Asian tour. Returning with two signed Free Trade Agreements and another in discussion, the success of the tour is at odds with the common attitude that Australia’s Liberal governments are poor […]
Commerce student Peter Kell says he was shocked when he learned of his induction into the Bloomberg Institute Hall of Fame for September. The final year student, with majors in economics and finance, was recognised in the highly competitive Asia and Pacific region ranking after completing the Bloomberg Aptitude Test. “I found out I had […]