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Toxic: what is rotten in the Murray-Darling Basin?

The devastating scene of thousands of dead fish in one of Australia’s most important river systems highlights a failure of governance and policy, Quentin Grafton, Emma Carmody, Matthew Colloff and John Williams write.

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The future of Thailand in an era of great power rivalry

As relations between China and Thailand grow closer, Thai elites attempt to moderate Beijing’s influence.

Master of Climate Change

Climate student leading change

When Kirsten Duncan first heard of the Master of Climate Change at The Australian National University (ANU) College of...

ASEAN Summit

Why Southeast Asia still bothers with ASEAN

by Dr Mathew Davies

ASEAN leaders came together for the 33rd time between 11 and 15 November 2018. They...

Gender balance

Well then, walk 500 miles more

Professor Helen Sullivan on putting our best foot forward towards gender balance.

Female Chinese soldiers

#XiToo: Chinese Feminism and The Party’s Hyper-Masculine Reboot

China is becoming a more unequal place for women, in 2018 slipping for a fifth consecutive year in the World...

PNG Prime Minister Peter O'Neill

The ‘year of APEC’ – reflections on PNG in 2018

The people of Papua New Guinea woke up to 2018 as the ‘year of APEC’. The thought of having some of the world’s most powerful leaders descending on the rough yet fertile soils of PNG appeared unreal to many, but blissful to some.

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