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G'day China: How Malcolm Turnbull can navigate the Sino-US relationship

Dr Adam Lockyer and Dr Michael Cohen from the Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism contributed an article to The Drum on how the Prime Minister can navigate the China-US relationship.

Publication: The Drum
Date Published: 29 September 2015

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Lucy Turnbull — the formidable ‘sounding board’

Professor Catharine Lumby from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies provided comment in an article on Lucy Turnbull in the Weekend Australian.  

Publication: Weekend Australian
Date Published: 26 September 2015

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Damned Whores and God’s Police is still relevant to Australia 40 years on – more’s the pity

Associate Professor Michelle Arrow from the Department of Modern History contributed the piece 'Damned Whores and God’s Police is still relevant to Australia 40 years on – more’s the pity' to The Conversation. 

Publication: The Conversation.
Date Published: 21 September 2015

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Comment: Why the demise of Zoo Weekly magazine is no triumph for feminism

Professor Catharine Lumby from the Department of Media, Music, Communication and Cultural Studies contributed the piece 'Why the demise of Zoo Weekly magazine is no triumph for feminism' to SBS News online. 

Publication: SBS News
Date Published: 20 September 2015

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Why climate change is Australia's greatest national security issue

Adjunct Professor Clive Williams from the Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism contributed the piece 'Why climate change is Australia's greatest national security issue' to WA Today and the Canberra Times. 

Publication: WA Today
Date Published: 20 September 2015

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Archaeologists meet in Sydney to honour Palmyra colleague slain by Islamic State

Dr Ross Burns from the Department of Ancient History provided comment to ABC Radio's AM program on the gathering at the weekend of Australian archaeologists paying homage to a former director of antiquities who was killed in Palmyra in Syria recently. 

Publication: ABC Radio
Date Published: 19 September 2015

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FBI, NSW Police raid a Kellyville house as part of an international trafficking and money laundering investigation

Dr James Martin from the Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism spoke to the Northern News, the Hills News, and the Fairfield Champion about money laundering. 

Publication: Fairfield Champion
Date Published: 17 September 2015

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Kathleen Bautista's phone: How police were able to find the missing teenager

Adjunct Professor Clive Williams from the Department of Policing, Intelligence and Counter-Terrorism spoke to the Sydney Morning Herald and Canberra Times about mobile phone tracking technology.

Publication: Sydney Morning Herald
Date Published: 16 September 2015

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Forget the library - the pub's the new place to learn about LGBTI history

Dr Shirleene Robinson from the Department of Modern History was featured in the Star Observer for her new role as chair of Sydney's Pride History Group. 

Publication: Star Observer
Date Published: 16 September 2015

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ABC's Mark Scott calls for new funding model to keep Australian content alive

The inaugural Brian Johns Lecture presented by Mark Scott AO, Managing Director of the ABC, and hosted by the Centre for Media History in association with the Copyright Agency Limited was covered in several media outlets, including The Australian, The Guardian, the Sydney Morning Herald, Australian Financial Review and Business Insider Australia.

Publication: The Guardian
Date Published: 15 September 2015

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