In this ABC NewsRadio interview Don Rothwell dicusses the legal issues surrounding Japanese whaling in the Southern Ocean.
In this interview Don Rothwell discusses the possible implications of the case in the International Court of Justice on the Australian Antarctic territory claim.
Why did Prime Minster Abe visit Yasukuni Shrine?
Visits by Japanese prime ministers to the Yasukuni Shrine, which honours Japan’s war dead (including convicted Class-A war criminals), have repeatedly caused tensions in Asia over the years.
Four days ago, Japanese prime minister, Shinzo Abe, paid a surprise official visit to Yasukuni Shrine, the memorial which enshrines Japan’s war dead including 14 Class-A war criminals in Tokyo.
Ever since Abe’s return to power, a possible prime ministerial visit to Yasukuni had been the subject of guessing games.
There’s more to learning a language than sitting in a classroom, students from across NSW and the ACT have discovered at a two-day Asian culture workshop at ANU.