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22 April 2013
A cover image from an Indian mobile phone magazine.

Mobiles and misogyny

Technology is driving India towards a crossroads when it comes to the treatment of women, writes BELINDA CRANSTON.

22 April 2013
Children in a New Delhi slum. Photo by M1key.me on flickr.

Your vote could turn tables on world hunger

ANU students need your vote to help them win US$1 million and implement their solution to global hunger.

17 April 2013
A local PNG woman talks on her mobile phone. Photo by Dr Richard Eves/ANU.

Mobilising politics in PNG

Mobile phones and the Internet are putting power back in the hands of PNG’s people and placing politics on speed dial, writes BELINDA CRANSTON.

17 April 2013
A parody of Kim Jong-un by Dublin graffiti artist Solus. Photo by Niall Carson/PA wire.

Back from the brink

With Kim Jong-un threatening to throw his enemies into the ‘cauldron’, our experts try to get inside the leader’s head and work what he wants.

15 April 2013
Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard meets with China Premier Li Keqiang. Photo courtesy of the Prime Minister's Office.

New China deal could upset old pals

A new strategic deal with Beijing has entangled it in a game for Asian primacy between China and the US, warns expert.

11 April 2013
Matan Klembiap. Photo courtesy of Anum Siregar, Democratic Alliance for Papua.

The mark of power

In the Indonesian province of Papua, torture is used to demonstrate power and mark the bodies of its citizens, writes BUDI HERNAWAN.

11 April 2013
Foreign Minister Bob Carr and Priome Minister Julia Gillard China's Premier Li Keqiang. Photo by David Foote.

PM secures diplomatic legacy with new China deal

Australia-China deal will write Gillard into history books, says expert.

11 April 2013
A street vendor sells copies of Myanmar's new investment laws. Photo by Anthony Swan.

Myanmar on the move

Myanmar is a country undergoing rapid economic, political and social change writes ANTHONY SWAN.

11 April 2013
Australia has a rich history of immigration. Photo by DIAC Images on flickr.

How many is too many?

ANU and ABC co-production, Future Forum, tackles the thorny issue of immigration and what it means for Australia's future.

11 April 2013
Melbourne by wikiwill on flickr.

Develop your development network

Five ANU students have the chance to network with some of the world’s most influential development and aid experts.

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