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Australia doesn’t have a constitutional right protecting freedom of the person – it needs one

Tuesday, 18 Jul 2017

Australian constitutional expert and CSU academic, Dr Bede Harris, believes the recent wrongful detention of two Australian citizens highlights inadequate protection for freedom of the person.

Mosul is taken back, but Islamic State is not finished yet

Tuesday, 18 Jul 2017

CSU expert Associate Professor Mehmet Ozalp believes even with the recent fall of Mosul in Iraq, IS is not finished yet.

Middle East flashpoints in 2017

Tuesday, 28 Feb 2017

In a series of articles first published in The Conversation, a CSU expert considers the local and international ramifications of three Middle East flashpoints in 2017 - Syria, Iraq and Turkey.

Behind the conflict in central Kenya that’s costing lives and hitting tourism

Wednesday, 8 Feb 2017

In an article first published in The Conversation, Dr Jennifer Bond writes about the conflict in central Kenya.
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Behind the conflict in central Kenya that's costing lives and hitting tourism

CSU students meet culture on world stage

Thursday, 23 Oct 2014

Physiotherapy students in Malaysia 2014

Nothing beats hands-on experience, especially in a challenging climate and new culture. This was the experience of eight final year CSU students, enrolled in the physiotherapy course based in Albury-Wodonga and Orange.

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