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Dramatic vegetation changes in the past hint at dire future

New research highlights the urgent need to move towards an emission-free global economy

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Understanding local contexts to promote gender equality in the Pacific

ANU gender experts argue widespread societal change can’t without cultural knowledge

ANU Indonesia expert explores the contentious belonging of minorities in Indonesia

Professor Robert Cribb examines if Indonesia's unity in diversity principle under threat.

ANU signs historic agreement with PwC Australia

Find out more about this historic agreement.

CAP student joins PwC Cyber team

Recently the Australian National University and PricewaterhouseCoopers signed a historic agreement to foster greater collaboration between the two institutions.

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Has Thailand’s deep south insurgency reached a tipping point?

John Blaxland discusses whether Thailand's southern insurgency has roared back to life or whether it is tipping in favour of the government.

Aid advocacy: lessons from Australia and the UK

Benjamin Day analyses why a donor might change the trajectory of its aid policy.

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