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13 November 2012
Photo by Darren Boyd.

Century of choice

Australia can choose to ‘cruise and snooze’ or ‘strive and thrive’ in the Asian century, writes JANE GOLLEY.

06 November 2012
Hedley Bull

Remembering Hedley

A new book examines the ground-breaking work of one of the world’s most radical international relations thinkers, writes ANDREW CARR.

06 November 2012
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is greeted during her visit to Rarotonga. Photo by US Embassy in New Zealand/

The tides of change

A new wave of US engagement in the Pacific points to the changing tide caused by China’s rise, writes STEWART FIRTH.

05 November 2012

Getting down to business

Understanding Chinese culture will open the gateway to a world of business opportunities for Australia, writes ELIZABETH PAYNE.

05 November 2012
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Tongue tied

Learning regional languages is only one of the challenges Australia faces in the Asian century, writes ROSS TAPSELL.

01 November 2012

Key recruit for National Security College

One of Australia’s leading international relations experts, Dr Michael Wesley, has joined ANU.

31 October 2012

Same, same, but different

KIRRILEE HUGHES examines the old, the new, the good and the bad in Australia's latest blueprint for Asia literacy.

30 October 2012

Taken for a ride

KATHRYN HENNE explains how the wheels fell off the largest doping conspiracy in world cycling and why Lance is in trouble with the law.

29 October 2012

Responding to Asia's rise

The whole world — including Asia itself — is grappling with the impact of Asia’s rise on the global landscape, writes ANDREW MACINTYRE.

29 October 2012
<em>US President Barack Obama and Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard during the President's visit to Australia. Photo by Alan Porritt/AAP </em>

More talk, more action

When it comes to their alliance, Australia and the US aren’t just talking the talk but walking the walk, writes JOANNE WALLIS.


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