Dr Ryan Goss speaks to "Faces of ANU" about his teaching and research on the interrelationships between law, politics and government.... and why all of this should matter to you as a student -- and as a citizen.
If you want to question the function of the Australian Human Rights Commission, study the letter of the law, says ANU Law expert Margaret Thornton.
We shouldn't go down the slippery slope of stripping citizenship for any reason. It's a step in the wrong direction for a multicultural and democratically vibrant Australia, writes Professor Kim Rubenstein.
International law experts at The Australian National University (ANU) have released legal advice on Indonesia’s death penalty and found the punishment for drug offences breaches international law.
ANU Law expert Kevin Boreham says Australia has the responsibility and the capacity to tell the Iraqi government that it must stop human rights abuses by the ISF and Shi’a militia.
As two Australians are given an 11th hour reprieve, Professor Don Rothwell, says Indonesia's application of the death penalty for drug crimes breaches the international laws the country is subject to.
The ongoing disputes between the Philippines and China in the South China Sea are about to reach a critical point. But is China prepared to engage in formal dispute resolution processes? Prof Donald Rothwell writes in the East Asia Forum.
Professor Kim Rubenstein writes in the Canberra Times that a rethink is needed on the process of appointing Justices of the High Court, to address the ongoing gender imbalance.
PhD Candidate Scott Joblin explores what implications the Scottish independence vote may have on the Antarctic Treaty.
Australia’s longstanding and hard-fought dual citizenship laws are threatened in the rush to enact new counter-terrorism laws, says Professor Kim Rubenstein.