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What do Kevin Rudd, SBY, Kim Kardashian, Psy, Michelle Obama, Kim Jong-un and Keyboard Cat have in common?
Indonesia offers an example for other Southeast Asian and Pacific nations looking to democratise after military rule, write NICHOLAS FARRELLY and MARCUS MIETZNER.
Last week's household income figures shouldn't be read as a gloomy portrait of the Australian economy, writes Peter Whiteford.
Why PNG name-calling doesn't help policy debate
Can money buy us out of our moral obligations to boat people?
High in the Himalayas, a PhD student from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific is working to save Bhutan’s endangered languages, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.
Marshall Islands Vice President Tony de Brum is touring Australia in an attempt to save his country from climate change.
Rudd’s PNG plan will undermine development and one of the key hopes of helping those seeking asylum, writes SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER.
When it comes to regional cooperation, Southeast Asia needs more ASEANs not more ASEAN, writes Mathew Davies
Outstanding students have the chance of a lifetime to connect with key US policymakers.
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