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Academics need to think beyond an evidence base if they want to inform policy and collaborate with government.
Complex ideas and the media are preventing good public policy from being accepted by voters, say experts.
Helen Hughes was one of Australia's best known and admired female economists, writes MAREE TAIT.
Arguing for Australia to withdraw from the Refugee Convention is misleading and misguided, writes SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER.
Sorcery and witchcraft are leading to increased violence and killings, and stifling the development of Melanesia, reports Belinda Cranston.
ASEAN must engage with dramatic change in the Asian century or risk being pulled apart.
Pacific power politics shouldn’t come at the cost of peace in Asia and the Pacific, says Indonesian foreign minister.
Four-day research event looks and Pacific economics, politics and society.
The vicious killing of an off-duty British soldier has thrown radical Islam into the global spotlight once again.
Combating cybercrime has become a game of digital cat and mouse, writes BELINDA CRANSTON
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