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28 September 2012

Sea of the living dead

The world’s coral reefs are set to collapse within a human generation, says a leading expert ecologist.

25 September 2012

Peace builder wins Future Justice Prize

Distinguished Professor John Braithwaite has won the 2012 Future Justice Prize for his peacebuilding and justice work.

21 September 2012

Charting Malaysia and Singapore's tide of change

Conference shines a light on two of Southeast Asia's most enduring authoritarian democracies.

21 September 2012

How Australia can play the China game and win

Choosing between China and the US is a zero-sum game, says Australian parliamentarian.

20 September 2012

Exhibition captures a slice of island life

A new exhibition is putting PNG island life firmly in the frame.

20 September 2012

Endangered language given digital lifeline

One of the world’s most endangered languages is to be brought into the digital age through a first-of-its-kind app.

19 September 2012

Australia short-changing itself over Chinese investment

Australia is in danger of missing out on vital economic opportunities with China, warns a leading expert.

19 September 2012

Vanuatu experts elected honorary curators

Two ANU archaeologists have been given rare honorary appointments by the Natural Cultural Council in Vanuatu.

19 September 2012

Staying power

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.

18 September 2012
<em>Professor Gareth Evans. Photo by Belinda Pratten.</em>

Nuclear disarmament needs new focus

ANU Chancellor Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC has called for a renewed focus on nuclear disarmament, particularly in...


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