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  1. 13 June 2022 - Inside Business

    The cascading crisis of global food supply chains

    The world is experiencing a food crisis linked to war and climate change, but there are some solutions to soften the blow, says University of Melbourne expert.

  2. 26 November 2021 - Music, Arts & Screen

    Making sense of war through art

    Two former official war artists and University of Melbourne academics are using art to research and explore how we respond to, and cope with, conflict.

  3. 27 August 2021 - Humanities

    The Afghanistan withdrawal: This is what decolonisation looks like

    As the Taliban retakes Afghanistan, a University of Melbourne expert says the US's withdrawal is just another example of its history of abandoning people.

  4. 28 November 2019 - Humanities

    Castles, caves and rock shelters

    In the rugged landscape of Georgia, University of Melbourne archaeologists are helping to reveal a medieval world protected by castles, caves and rock shelters

  5. 4 September 2019 - Animals, Food & You

    Protecting Cambodia’s landmine detection dogs

    University of Melbourne research has developed a new technique to keep mine detection dogs clearing landmines in Cambodia free of deadly tropical diseases.

  6. 8 November 2018 - Politics & Society

    After the fighting: The soldiers who studied

    After WW1, some returning soldiers took advantage of the Repatriation Commission's fee support scheme, to study at institutions like the University of Melbourne

  7. 16 April 2018 - Legal Affairs

    Does it matter that strikes against Syria violate international law?

    The air strikes in Syria by the US, UK and France violate the UN Charter and international law; a University of Melbourne expert looks at what's at stake.

  8. 17 November 2017 - Humanities

    Comedy in the trenches

    Trench journals provided a much-needed outlet for soldiers in WW1 and the French and Australian publications were similar, says a University of Melbourne expert

  9. 29 August 2017 - Public Affairs

    North Korea: The ‘threat that leaves something to chance’

    Following North Korea's missile test over Japan, a University of Melbourne expert looks at whether a nuclear crisis involving the US could spiral out of control

  10. 14 June 2017 - Humanities

    The reality of terrorism: Old and new

    Following the terror attacks in London and Manchester, a University of Melbourne expert looks at how terrorism has changed, and if it's changed that much.