Reports that the Australian National University is considering cutbacks in education and research on the culture, history and language of Asia and the Pacific reflect a profound failure of vision and a retreat from the university’s national mission, writes ANDREW WALKER. The Australian National University has long been proud of its Asia-Pacific expertise. It has …
Andrew Walker is professor, Southeast Asian Studies at ANU. He was an executive of the College of Asia and the Pacific from 2009–14.
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