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02 July 2013
Is democratic change in Asia too slow and shallow?

Democratic deficit

ANU experts ask whether democracy is taking off too slowly and even failing in Asia and the Pacific.

28 June 2013
Dr Anne Nevile.

Good things come in threes

Three researchers have secured major Federal funding for their innovation projects.

28 June 2013
Fijian Prime Minister Josaia Voreque Bainimarama.

Time to make up

Rudd should reach out to Fiji and build political goodwill, says expert and author of the nation's constitution.

28 June 2013
Chinese propaganda calling for the liberation of Taiwan.

China walks a Straiter line on Taiwan

Taiwan is no longer the top priority for China’s international relations.

27 June 2013
A Chinese woman uses social media site Weibo. Photo by AFP/Mark Ralston.

Caught on the web

Social media and Internet activists are helping expose corruption in China, reports BELINDA CRANSTON.

27 June 2013
Second-time PM Kevin Rudd. Photo by Presidency Maldives on flickr.

Seeking solutions on asylum

Is newly returned Australian PM Kevin Rudd the regional statesman he'd like to be seen as?

27 June 2013
Assistant Treasurer the Hon David Bradbury MP.

Assistant Treasurer launches Tax and Tranfer Institute

New Tax and Transfer Policy Institute to drive public debate about tax reform.

27 June 2013
Detail from one of the Han tombs at Chang'an.

The lost city

A forgotten, ancient Chinese imperial capital is helping rewrite the nation's history and reshape our understanding of antiquity.

26 June 2013

Friends in need

Australia-Indonesia ties can't sink to low politics, says local political figure and business man Jusuf Wanandi.

25 June 2013
Image by CIAT on flickr.

Dealing with dependency

Resource-dependent countries need to promote trade and productivity-boosting policy change, according to new research.


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