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21
Aug
2017
Dr William Boothby, Professor Michael Schmitt and Professor Wolff Heintschel von Heinegg
August is a busy month for the Centre for Military and Security Law at ANU College of Law, hosting three international law experts.
21
Aug
2017
Subi Reef
The Chief of the Royal Australian Navy, Vice Admiral Tim Barrett, and leading international law experts will speak at an ANU College of Law event this week.
02
Aug
2017
Plane in the sky above buildings
Passenger aircraft continue to be a target for terrorists.
17
Jul
2017
Michael Fortson
Michael Fortson knew he would study law sometime after he finished high school. When he did, he was in his forties, married with two children and living 15,000 kilometres from home.
06
Jul
2017
child buries face in hands
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse has released a new research report about how memory affects child sexual abuse prosecutions.
29
Jun
2017
The Tarawa-class amphibious assault ship USS Peleliu (LHA 5)
A dedicated South China Sea commission could be based on a negotiated treaty framework that requires each state to give consent writes Professor Donald R. Rothwell
14
Jun
2017
UK Police
In the wake of terrorist attacks in France and England, both France and Britain are expected to toughen counterterrorism measures to try to contain the threat.
09
Jun
2017
London Bridge
Islamic State has urged its supporters to conduct an all-out war against infidels in the West during Ramadan. The scale of Britain's problem is immense compared with Australia's writes Clive Williams.
12
May
2017
Screenshot of Smart Traveller Website
The case of an Australian woman detained on drug-related charges in Colombia, bears similarities to that of Schapelle Corby. Both highlight expectations on the Australian government to come to the aid of Australians caught up in overseas legal processes.
09
May
2017
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ASIO, ASIS and the AFP are all expected to receive substantial funding boosts in the federal budget to be handed down tonight. The additional funding for intelligence agencies - some of which will reportedly come from the foreign aid budget - is apparently intended to facilitate 'frontline' activities. It appears the efficiency dividends imposed by Labor on federal government organisations to force administrative savings will stay in place.

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