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Hult Prize team to build on Shanghai success
Economic downturns, empty cities and a lack of strategic influence - China faces almost insurmountable challenges in the race to be Asia's number one, writes John Lee.
A new book traces the work of Australian journalists in Indonesia over five decades and explores how today's lack of correspondents is eroding the relationship.
The devastation of Cyclone Pam will be all to common in Vanuatu's future, writes Chris Ballard.
Taiwan's cinematic masterpieces on show at the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific in Australia's first festival of films from the island.
While culture, colonisation and consumerism collide, Hawai’i remains a place of beauty, strength, diversity and resistance.
Xanana Gusmao on the impact of global trends on developing and fragile states, and the need for the world to do more about global poverty.
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