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25 January 2013

Symposium boosts Pacific research expertise

Twenty-five of the Pacific's best young researchers to benefit from ANU workshop.

25 January 2013
Xi Jinping. Photo by US Secretary of Defense on flickr.

On the road: travel plans and politics in China

Xi Jinping’s tour of southern China signals a renewed self-confidence and growing rift with Jiang Zemin, writes WEN-TI SUNG.

25 January 2013
A C-130H Hercules A97-005 flies over Sydney Harbour. Image courtesy of Department of Defence.

Being closer to the ground brings better vision

Australia's new national security strategy means national defence isn't an insurmountable mountain, writes ANDREW CARR.

25 January 2013
Dr John Blaxland's proposed new flag.

ANU academic proposes new Australian flag

ANU military historian John Blaxland has renewed calls to update Australia’s national flag.

24 January 2013
Indonesian street scene photo by craftivist-collective on flickr.

Indonesia: reform and the people

Indonesia enters 2013 with strong macroeconomic foundations, writes ARIANTO PATUNRU.

23 January 2013
Prime Minister Julia Gillard. Photo by Ida Kubiszewski.

Prime Minister launches national security strategy

Julia Gillard outlines her plans for nation's future security challenges in speech at ANU.

23 January 2013
Photo by (Stephan) on flickr.

Diplomacy required on Pyongyang

It is time to bring North Korea out of the cold and back into the international fold, writes EMMA CAMPBELL.

22 January 2013
Photo by Alyson Neville-Morgan on flickr.

Myanmar’s war with Kachin takes worrying turn

Myanmar’s president Thein Sein faces big obstacles if he wants a new ceasefire with Kachin rebels, warns expert.

21 January 2013
A young girl watches the distribution of humanitarian aid in Kandahar, Afghanistan. Photo by isafmedia on flickr.

Australian aid to Afghanistan

The Australian Senate has set itself a tough task by choosing to evaluate the effectiveness of Australian aid to Afghanistan.

18 January 2013
Contrary to a recent opinion piece, the indications are that most children who are abused do not live in lone-parent or step families, writes PETER WHITEFORD.

Welfare cuts to lone parents will not help them find work

Most children who are abused do not live in lone-parent or step families, says expert.

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