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Melanesia’s resource boom presents the region with both risks and opportunity, says leading expert.
A five-year research project is helping to strengthen human rights regimes across the globe by examining the effects of ‘regulatory ritualism’.
The Delhi gang rape can be explained by India’s gender ideologies, writes KUNTALA LAHIRI-DUTT.
There is a long way to go if Burma is to be considered truly free, fair and reformed, writes YVONNE LAM.
China needs to implement major reforms and develop demand-driven growth, writes LIGANG SONG.
Twenty-five of the Pacific's best young researchers to benefit from ANU workshop.
Xi Jinping’s tour of southern China signals a renewed self-confidence and growing rift with Jiang Zemin, writes WEN-TI SUNG.
Australia's new national security strategy means national defence isn't an insurmountable mountain, writes ANDREW CARR.
ANU military historian John Blaxland has renewed calls to update Australia’s national flag.
Indonesia enters 2013 with strong macroeconomic foundations, writes ARIANTO PATUNRU.
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