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Two-day study camp immerses high school students in Chinese and Japanese language and culture.
A new project seeks to give public servants new professional accreditation standards and enhance public service delivery.
Australia needs to re-focus on Southeast Asia if it is to successfully engage with the Asian century, says expert.
Timor-Leste’s Finance Minister calls for greater independence for developing countries in setting their own development agenda.
A spicy debate about curry is putting Singapore’s multicultural credentials under the grill, writes YUTA SUGANO.
TYRELL HABERKORN writes about her latest academic project; a play she has written about three women who spoke truth to power and paid the ultimate price.
Asia-Pacific Security students at ANU are taking their ideas to the world and helping to shape Australia’s UN policies.
Australia's success in the Asian century will come by looking far and wide, write MALCOLM BOSWORTH and GREG LOPEZ.
While ASEAN's new human rights declaration fails to deliver, there is still hope for the future, writes MATHEW DAVIES.
Progress on non-proliferation in the Middle East may be wavering, but there is hope of avoiding crisis.
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