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09 July 2013
Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki. Photo by Ty Mason.

Peace builder wins major academic prize

Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki receives the academic laureate in the 2013 Fukuoka Prize.

09 July 2013

Big ideas on the future of aid

The future and complexity of aid assistance was in the spotlight for a recent collaboration between the ABC and ANU.

09 July 2013
Dr Ben Hillman and Rionita Amir from the Knowledge Sector Initiative.

Paving policy pathways

A new project in the College's Crawford School is set to strengthen public policy research and research institutions in Indonesia.

09 July 2013
Sri Lankan asylum seekers on board their boat moored at Merak, on Indonesia's Java Island. Photo by AFP.

Rudd stays afloat with Indonesia visit: expert

Domestic political squabbles won’t harm Australia’s relationship with Indonesia, says expert.

09 July 2013
Professor Tessa Morris-Suzuki.

“Global intellectual” recognised with major Asian studies prize

Leading Asian studies scholar wins the academic laureate in the 2013 Fukuoka Prize.

08 July 2013
Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Prime Minister Kevin Rudd in Jakarta last week

With friends like these...

Is the Australia-Indonesia relationship an equal partnership, asks Ross TAPSELL.

08 July 2013
From left to right: Homi Kharas (Brookings); Ken Henry (ANU); Peter Drysdale (ANU); Hugh Patrick (Columbia); David Gruen (Commonwealth Treasury). Photo by Michael DiVito.

Coming to terms with Asia

Australia and US experts look to the challenges of the Asian century.

05 July 2013
Prime Minister Kevin Rudd (L) hugs Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono (R) as they meet at Presidential Palace in Bogor, southern Jakarta, on July 5, 2013. Photo by AFP/ Bay Ismoyo.

Foreign relations start at home

It's time Australia got to know its neighbour Indonesia a whole lot better, says expert.

05 July 2013

Love thy neighbour

It's time to float some new ideas about Australia's most important neighbour, Indonesia, says ANU expert.

04 July 2013
Image by Truthout on flickr.

For richer or poorer

Economic growth does not produce well-being, according to a landmark new study from the College's Crawford School.


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