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Economic growth does not produce well-being, according to a landmark new study from the College's Crawford School.
Citizen’s tribunal aims to bring justice to West Papuans who suffered 1998 massacre by Indonesian military forces.
Life on South Asia’s shifting river islands, or chars, is a matter of playing lottery with nature, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.
ANU experts ask whether democracy is taking off too slowly and even failing in Asia and the Pacific.
Three researchers have secured major Federal funding for their innovation projects.
Rudd should reach out to Fiji and build political goodwill, says expert and author of the nation's constitution.
Taiwan is no longer the top priority for China’s international relations.
Social media and Internet activists are helping expose corruption in China, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.
Is newly returned Australian PM Kevin Rudd the regional statesman he'd like to be seen as?
New Tax and Transfer Policy Institute to drive public debate about tax reform.
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