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ANU Fellow wins prestigious political science prize

Dr Paul D Kenny, Fellow in the Department of Political and Social Change at ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, was announced the winner of the prestigious Robert A Dahl Award.

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A New Malaysia?

Meredith Weiss & Ambiga Sreenevasan speak to New Mandala about potential Malaysian democratisation and accountability

Come Dance with Xi: Who Can Resist the Belt and Road's Embrace?

The award winning Little Red Podcast on China's Belt and Road Initiative

Eating ourselves and the planet to death

Food consumption is contributing to the harm of humans and the environment. As Australia marks National Diabetes Week, Sharon Friel looks at the need for healthier and more environmentally sustainable food behaviours

Khan edges towards victory in Pakistan’s election on a messy wicket

What does Pakistan's current election mean for its economic development and its ever fluid foreign and security policy strategies?

Making the SWP more employer friendly: a work in progress

Richard Curtain and Stephen Howes report on the progress of the implementation of the Australian government's nine measures to improve participation in the Seasonal Workers Programme

Nahdlatul Ulama and the politics trap

Greg Fealy suggests that, upon closer inspection, Indonesia's largest Islamic organisation Nahdlatul Ulama is in more of a vulnerable position than their confidence indicates

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