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The future of the Carbon Tax may be uncertain, but a carbon price is here to stay, according to new ANU research.
Reporting from Dili, EVAN HYND writes that Xanana Gusmão’s CNRT party is set to make big gains in this weekend’s elections.
In the lead up to East Timor’s parliamentary elections it’s a case of long live the resistance, writes ANDREW McWILLIAM.
Student-driven conference examines the challenges and opportunities of the Asia Pacific century.
New beats for old sounds on the Indonesian island of Java are redefining and reviving local identities.
One of Australia’s nearest neighbours will be even closer to our shores, thanks to the launch of a new youth association by ANU students.
A recent spike in worldwide carbon emissions growth was caused by the rebound from the global financial crisis and is likely to be a one-off, according to a new ANU study.
Professor Bruce Chapman from the College’s Crawford School has been named the most influential person in Australian higher education.
Australia needs to deepen its relationship with China if the two countries are to continue prospering from each other, according to a new ANU report.
League stars swap the boots for the books for Pacific studies camp.
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