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  1. 5 March 2024 - Legal Affairs

    I’ve seen war and beyond the horror lies a shared humanity

    Being a humanitarian worker in conflict exposes you to the worst and best of humanity says University of Melbourne expert on International Women's Day.

  2. 20 November 2023 - Public Affairs

    The impasse between Israel and Hamas

    It’s hard to see a way out of the conflict between Israel and Hamas that has seen thousands of civilians lose their lives, says University of Melbourne expert.

  3. 10 October 2023 - Public Affairs

    Q&A: Israel, Hamas and the future of the Middle east

    Hamas’ surprise attack on Israel marks a dramatic escalation in the longstanding Israeli-Palestinian conflict says a University of Melbourne expert.

  4. 26 June 2023 - Legal Affairs

    Why Prigozhin’s march on Moscow was not a coup

    The Wagner group ‘mutiny’ grew out of an intra-elite feud in Russia – and it's a growing problem for Vladimir Putin, says University of Melbourne expert.

  5. 10 July 2022 - Animals, Food & You

    The treatments keeping landmine detection dogs in the field

    New University of Melbourne research identifies the best treatments to protect Cambodia’s crucial landmine detection dogs from deadly tick-borne diseases

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 7 September 2021 - Humanities

    How smaller can be better for memorialising history

    Historic events like 9/11 seem to demand monuments, but for communities smaller memorials can provide a closer connection argues University of Melbourne expert

  9. 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.

  10. 8 May 2020 - Humanities

    How plague helped make Rome a superpower

    Epidemics like COVID-19 shape history, as happened in 212 BC when a plague set Rome on the path to becoming a superpower, says a University of Melbourne expert