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China may have a new leader, but outgoing president Hu Jintao will still be a force to reckon with, writes WEN-TI SUNG.
The outgoing Chairman of the COAG Reform Council raises questions about the future of Australia’s federal system.
Outgoing Chairman of the COAG Reform Council Paul McClintock AO outlines how federalism can better deliver policy and social reform.
Barack Obama’s visit to Thailand symbolises the staying power of both Yingluck Shinawatra and democracy, writes ANDREW WALKER.
Government, academics and non-profit organisations can work together to address the crisis of homelessness, says expert.
Professor Jennifer Corbett has been appointed Pro Vice-Chancellor.
Australia can choose to ‘cruise and snooze’ or ‘strive and thrive’ in the Asian century, writes JANE GOLLEY.
A new book examines the ground-breaking work of one of the world’s most radical international relations thinkers, writes ANDREW CARR.
A new wave of US engagement in the Pacific points to the changing tide caused by China’s rise, writes STEWART FIRTH.
Understanding Chinese culture will open the gateway to a world of business opportunities for Australia, writes ELIZABETH PAYNE.
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