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SANDY GORDON asks whether Pakistan’s new government represents a new dawn for democracy, independence and relations with India.
ANU academics talk through some of China's biggest challenges with high-level delegation.
Connections between Chinese and Australian students are set to be stronger following a visit to some of China’s elite universities by a young researcher in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.
A new ANU Tax Studies Institute, announced in the Federal Budget, will aim to answer the big questions for the country and region about tax and transfer systems.
China and India must tackle energy security and climate change challenges together, or risk friction and collision, an ANU visiting scholar says.
What this year’s tough-times budget will mean for the aid and development sector addressed at a special ANU forum.
Cuts to Australian overseas aid are harsh, but the loss to our global reputation is priceless, writes SUSAN HARRIS RIMMER.
Australia will pay a high price for cuts to overseas aid and our diplomatic corps, warns an ANU expert.
Is this latest defeat the end of the road for Anwar Ibrahim, ask Hamish Mcdonald and James Giggacher.
Michael Kirby's report into North Korean atrocities should not recommend sanctions: expert
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