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06 September 2013

Same old stereotypes

Australians have viewed Indonesia as a place of fear for far too long, writes ROSS TAPSELL.

05 September 2013

More bang for our buck

As world leaders converge on St Petersburg for the 2013 G20 Leaders' Summit, SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER asks what the international finance organisation actually does.

03 September 2013
Image by amitchat on flickr.

Indian power claim doesn't hold water

Concerns about water wars in South Asia and India bullying its smaller neighbours don't hold water, says ANU expert.

02 September 2013
The Security Council in action. Photo by UN Photo.

Who will take the chair?

Jeremy Farrall on how this Saturday's federal election result will impact on Australia's UN presidency.

29 August 2013
Chinese Minister of National Defence General Chang Wanquan and US Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel in Washington, August 2013. Photo by Paul J Richards, AFP.

Primacy or peace

America must decide whether it wants primacy or peace in Asia, because it can't have both, writes HUGH WHITE

28 August 2013
Photo by Alexander Klein, AFP.

Time to shine

Will the federal election overshadow Australia's crucial role as President of the United Nations Security Council? asks JEREMY FARRALL and JENI WHALAN

28 August 2013
Canola field by Sajeewa Welendagoda on flickr.

Fuelling the future

Is the use of biofuels over fossil fuels justifiable?

27 August 2013
Phd scholar Belinda Thompson. Photo by Sarah Geddes.

Silent saviours

PhD scholar Belinda Thompson wants to shine a light on not-for-profit hospitals and clinics in developing countries.

27 August 2013
Myanmar PM Thein Sein (second from left) with senior leaders at a military parade to mark the country's 65th armed forces day, Naypyidaw, 2010. Photo by AFP

No going back in Myanmar

Myanmar's military can be confident its 'Seven-step roadmap' is holding together relatively well, writes JOHN BLAXLAND

23 August 2013
photo by hdwallpapers on google images

Pregnant pause

How does Australia compare to the rest of the developed world in the contentious and potentially costly area of paid parental leave? PETER WHITEFORD casts his eye over the international numbers.


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