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25 February 2013
Women gather for the One Billion Rising movement. Photo by Rebecca Dru on flickr.

Democracy and violence

Democracy is no guarantee of preventing violence against women, write ANNA SAMSON and AKSHAY SHANKER.

20 February 2013

Home and away

By calling a federal election this September, Australia has scored an own goal on the global stage, writes SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER.

19 February 2013
Bangkok airport. Photo by togawanderings on flickr.

Getting closer to Asia

Asia’s successful industrialisation has brought Australia from down under and closer to the world’s centre, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.

19 February 2013
Photo by Jay Iwasakai on flickr.

Carbon cuts in growing economies

A growing economy does not have to mean growing emissions, new study finds.

19 February 2013
Photo from Wikipedia.

Plugging the gap

Sharing oil and gas found in the Timor Sea could be a sticky issue for Australia and Timor-Leste, writes EVAN HYND.

19 February 2013
The streets of Shanghai. Photo by Trey Ratcliff www.stuckincustoms.com

Devil in the detail

Are the ambitious targets set out in the Australia in the Asian century white paper achievable?

15 February 2013
A rally is held at Kim Il Sung Square in Pyongyang to celebrate North Korea's third nuclear test. Photo by AP.

What’s fuelling North Korea’s nukes?

North Korea’s latest nuclear test could signal a bigger and more robust arsenal, writes KALMAN A ROBERTSON.

14 February 2013
Professor Hyaeweol Choi. Photo by Penny Bradfield.

New wave woman

An endowed chair professor of Korean studies offers some key insights on how listening to the past can help women rewrite the future.

14 February 2013
Pakistani women gather to talk about how to stop violence against women. Photo by uusc4all on flickr.

Rising up

SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER outlines why this Valentine's Day women and men around the globe are rising up for global gender justice.

14 February 2013
International isolation continues to hurt North Korea's people. Photo by Joseph A Ferris III on flickr.

In from the cold

International isolation of North Korea is only strengthening the regime’s power and punishing a population in need, writes EMMA CAMPBELL.

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