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ROBERT O’NEILL honours Coral Bell AO 1923-2012; a balanced, independent, realist-minded scholar of world politics.
The world’s coral reefs are set to collapse within a human generation, says a leading expert ecologist.
Distinguished Professor John Braithwaite has won the 2012 Future Justice Prize for his peacebuilding and justice work.
Conference shines a light on two of Southeast Asia's most enduring authoritarian democracies.
Choosing between China and the US is a zero-sum game, says Australian parliamentarian.
A new exhibition is putting PNG island life firmly in the frame.
One of the world’s most endangered languages is to be brought into the digital age through a first-of-its-kind app.
Australia is in danger of missing out on vital economic opportunities with China, warns a leading expert.
Two ANU archaeologists have been given rare honorary appointments by the Natural Cultural Council in Vanuatu.
The US is looking to cement its place in the Asia Pacific, a move which could lead to a more secure region, writes RUSSELL McGOLDRICK.
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