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The last-minute cancellation of a Thai television drama is a worrying sign about the country’s political maturity, according to a leading researcher.
Masters student Josh Machin is set to walk the world stage after being selected to head to Washington DC to work with a US Senator.
One of the world’s most ancient languages is being brought into the digital age through the development of the first phone app for an Australian Indigenous language, writes MARTYN PEARCE.
A new intensive Mongolian language course aims to promote cultural and academic exchange.
An ANU book that sheds light on Chinese society’s drive for educational success has scooped a prestigious prize in the USA.
Fiji’s political parties welcoming the country’s Draft Constitution will only serve to harden the ruling regime’s opposition to it, writes BRIJ LAL.
The shooting of Pakistani schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai has highlighted the need for that country’s politicians to speak out against violence, writes ALICIA MOLLAUN.
A Bronze Age burial jar and other archaeological artefacts have been uncovered by a team of ANU archaeologists working in the Lake Towuti region of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
A decision to reallocate $375 million in aid spending to cover asylum seeker costs will come at a high price for aid effectiveness, writes STEPHEN HOWES.
An inspirational and dedicated teacher of Mandarin has been recognised and rewarded through a 2012 ANU Prize for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching.
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