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19 Dec 2014

From the mountains to the sea – water in South Asia

How water from the Himalayas affects lives in Nepal, India and Bangladesh.

19 Dec 2014

Aceh still suffering a decade after the Tsunami

A decade after the Boxing Day tsunami wiped out seaside villages across Aceh, the Indonesian province is still suffering major problems.

19 Dec 2014

ANU economist wins prestigious Asian award

Crawford School’s Emeritus Professor Peter Drysdale has won the 2014 Asia Cosmopolitan Prize.

18 Dec 2014

Lessons for longer lives

A researcher looks at why people’s lives are often cut too short and how policy changes may address the issue.

17 Dec 2014

From poet to despot: the changing face of Xanana Gusmao

Re-examining the myth surrounding the ‘poet’ politician.

16 Dec 2014

Getting India to take poo to the loo

Two researchers have come up with a laundry list that could help clean up the country’s sanitation issues.

12 Dec 2014

Snap election belies Japan’s weak politics

Prime Minister Abe is set for a comfortable win in Sunday’s election, writes Ben Ascione.


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