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31 October 2012

Same, same, but different

KIRRILEE HUGHES examines the old, the new, the good and the bad in Australia's latest blueprint for Asia literacy.

30 October 2012

Taken for a ride

KATHRYN HENNE explains how the wheels fell off the largest doping conspiracy in world cycling and why Lance is in trouble with the law.

29 October 2012

Responding to Asia's rise

The whole world — including Asia itself — is grappling with the impact of Asia’s rise on the global landscape, writes ANDREW MACINTYRE.

29 October 2012
<em>US President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard during the President's visit to Australia. Photo by Alan Porritt/AAP </em>

More talk, more action

When it comes to their alliance, Australia and the US aren’t just talking the talk but walking the walk, writes JOANNE WALLIS.

29 October 2012

Forum prepares Indonesia for APEC

ANU is helping Indonesia shape the agenda for its APEC year, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.

29 October 2012
<em>Engaging with Asia requires more than just visiting Bali's beaches. Photo by Carl Parkes http://www.flickr.com/people/friskodude/ </em>

Engaging Asia starts with people

ANDREW CARR asks whether everyday Australians are keen to be part of the Asian century.

26 October 2012

A couple of rocks and a hard place

East Asia's territorial disputes can only be solved by coming to terms with the past, writes YONGWOOK RYU.

24 October 2012

Getting to know the neighbours

ROBERT CRIBB reflects on the future of ASEAN and why Southeast Asia matters to Australia.

19 October 2012

Leading from the middle

Australia should prepare to play a leading role among the elected members on the UN Security Council, writes JEREMY FARRALL.

17 October 2012
Photo by Greenpeace.

Afterglow

The rest of the world will be watching as Australia and India set to make a deal on uranium.

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