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29 November 2012
Sue O'Connor. Photo by James Giggacher.

Hook, line and thinker

The ground-breaking discovery of the world’s oldest evidence for marine fishing in East Timor has not just re-written the history books – it could shed new light on how humans first reached Australian shores, writes JAMES GIGGACHER.

28 November 2012

New visionaries

A research conference on Asia and the Pacific is set to redraw the map on our ideas about the region.

28 November 2012

Influential alumni gather for anniversary conference

Crawford graduates from Vietnam chart their country's economic future at ANU.

28 November 2012

New book shines a light on the shadow of war

A new book contends that 1942 and the threat of war helped shape Australia as a nation.

26 November 2012

In the shadow of war

Seventy years after 1942, Australia still feels the impact of a year which saw the greatest threat to the nation ever, writes PETER DEAN.

26 November 2012

Democracy for Fiji?

JONE BALEDROKADROKA examines whether Fiji's promised elections in 2014 will be free and fair.

26 November 2012

World's rivers running on empty

Four of the world’s great rivers are suffering from drastically reduced flows due to water extraction.

26 November 2012

Japan's Okinawa dilemma

Failure to agree on changes to America’s military presence in Okinawa generates problems for the US–Japan alliance, writes HDP ENVALL.

23 November 2012

Australia's place in the Indo-Pacific

OLIVIA CABLE looks at whether Australia can be a promoter of peace in the Indo-Pacific.

23 November 2012

Trolling the Caspian

Internet freedom is only as good as the state where you're jacked in, write SARAH LOGAN and MADELINE CARR.


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