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28 May 2013
A 'Killing Fields" memorial near Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Photo by UN Photo/John Isaac.

Justice a trial of time for Cambodians

Victims of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge regime get compensation, but justice still a long way off, warns expert.

28 May 2013
A Chinese soldier gestures while standing alongside an Indian soldier

India and China both friend and foe

Rising super powers and 'frenemies' China and India are set to remake world in their image.

24 May 2013
Australia's parliament house. Photo by Brian@HKG on flickr.

Public Policy 2013 tackles the big issues

Key challenges facing policymakers and society to be tackled during ANU Public Policy 2013.

24 May 2013
Dr Chatib Basri. Photo by Antara Foto.

Indonesian cabinet stacked with ANU talent

College graduate and leading economist, Dr Chatib Basri has been appointed to the Indonesia cabinet as Finance Minister.

24 May 2013
It's time to put Australian aid back in the hands of local Timorese. Photo by UN Photo/Martine Perret.

From the ground up

It's better to give Australian aid and governance support to Timor-Leste’s local communities rather than state institutions, argues Joanne Wallis.

23 May 2013
A young girl poses with a United Nations flag in a rice field. Photo by UN Photo

World can't turn its back on Cambodia

Cambodia still needs international support, says expert.

23 May 2013
The late Kenneth Waltz.

Man o’ war

IAN HALL reflects on the legacy of provocative and renowned international relations thinker Kenneth Waltz.

22 May 2013
Army general-turned-president Suharto ruled Indonesia for 32 years

Strongman's legacy

Fifteen years after giving up power, Suharto's military muscle still flexes on Indonesian politics, say ANU experts.

22 May 2013
Image by Cain and Todd Benson on flickr.

Something in the water

The standoff between Japan and China over the Senkaku Islands is much more than a territorial dispute, writes RIKKI KERSTEN.

21 May 2013
Australian flag by on flickr

Changing standards

Unfurling a new Australian flag may not be as difficult or as uncommon as we are often led to believe, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.


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