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13 July 2012

Looking large

Australia needs to wake up to the sleeping giant next door, writes HUGH WHITE.

12 July 2012

Going public with good policy

Some of the world’s biggest public policy challenges will be tackled at a week-long event taking place at ANU.

12 July 2012

Over the rainbow

A loose coalition of up to four political parties, or ‘rainbow alliance’, is the most likely result of Timor-Leste’s recent parliamentary elections, write SUE INGRAM and ARMINDO MAIA.

09 July 2012

Asia to claim the limelight on world stage

Global economic trends mean the smart money is on Asia ruling in the 21st century, says a panel of leading experts.

09 July 2012

Australia needs to go back to school on Asia

Australia needs to invest in education on Asia, says a leading expert.

06 July 2012

Endowment honours historian for all time

Eminent PNG scholar the late Professor Hank Nelson has been honoured through a new endowment.

06 July 2012

Making sure the buck doesn't stop with China

Leading economic thinkers and analysts examine how China can sustain its unprecedented growth.

05 July 2012

Carbon price here to stay

The future of the Carbon Tax may be uncertain, but a carbon price is here to stay, according to new ANU research.

05 July 2012

Timor's old guard marching on

Reporting from Dili, EVAN HYND writes that Xanana Gusmão’s CNRT party is set to make big gains in this weekend’s elections.

04 July 2012

Back to the future

In the lead up to East Timor’s parliamentary elections it’s a case of long live the resistance, writes ANDREW McWILLIAM.


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