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Is innovation, research and development the way to get out of economic strife, or further into it? PAUL HARRIS writes the answer.
High-profile international lawyer Jennifer Robinson has taken on some of the world’s toughest legal cases. But as TABITHA CARVAN reports, her quest for social justice started with a study stint in Indonesia.
China's new generation of leaders have an opportunity to lead the world towards a harmonious future, writes ROBERT COSTANZA.
2012 raised big questions about aid quality and quantity, so what's in store for 2013? STEPHEN HOWES and ROBIN DAVIES analyse the year ahead.
A ground-breaking study has revealed how the 21st century’s first new state, Timor-Leste, achieved independence from a much more powerful Indonesia by laying down the gun.
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.
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