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03 September 2015

Food and land: Indonesia's prickly choice

Good food policy in Indonesia is about much more than growing rice; it requires helping the poor access food, writes JOHN MCCARTHY.

03 September 2015

Negotiating old age through music

Forget images of the elderly shuffling in ill-fitting slippers. In Japan, groovy enka music is resonating with young and old alike.

02 September 2015

Targets put Australia at front of climate fight

Contrary to popular reporting, Australia's emissions targets are leading the way, writes WARWICK MCKIBBIN.

01 September 2015

The value of education? Priceless

Tertiary qualifications no longer guarantee young Indonesians improved job prospects, but parents remain committed to their children’s education, Kathryn Robinson has found.

26 August 2015

From researcher to RAND

Combining philosophy and cyber security at a major global think tank

20 August 2015

Enabling Nepalese policy-makers

A specially tailored course has helped Nepalese government officials develop their public policy skills.

19 August 2015

Australian foreign policy in the spotlight

Innovative panel brings together ANU specialists on foreign policy, security, the environment and more.


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