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17 October 2012
Photo by Greenpeace.

Afterglow

The rest of the world will be watching as Australia and India set to make a deal on uranium.

17 October 2012

The hot seat

RAOUL HEINRICHS assesses Australia’s chances of winning a seat on the UN Security Council.

16 October 2012
Rice on display in Seoul, South Korea. Photo by Andrew Walker.

Against the grain

Hyper-modern South Korea is a lot more in touch with its rural identity than agricultural Thailand, writes ANDREW WALKER.

16 October 2012

Much ado about very little

Forget uranium; it’s now time to focus on strengthening the Australia-India relationship, writes IAN HALL.

15 October 2012

Land is the new gold

Land grabs are becoming all too common in Melanesia – with disastrous consequences for locals, writes SIOBHAN McDONELL.

12 October 2012

Ten years after terror

A decade on, GREG FEALY reflects on what the Bali bombing has meant for global jihad & the fight against terror.

11 October 2012

ANU honours leaders of Australia-Japan relationship

Australian and Japanese business leaders given honorary degrees.

09 October 2012
<em>Professor Peter Drysdale. Photo by Darren Boyd.</em>

Australia, Japan need to deepen economic ties

Australia and Japan need to reinvest in their 55-year-old bilateral trade agreement, warns a leading expert.

09 October 2012

Plan could leave Murray River high and dry

Australian Government's water-saving measures for the Murray-Darling challenged by new research.

05 October 2012

Striding with giants

ROBERT O’NEILL honours Coral Bell AO 1923-2012; a balanced, independent, realist-minded scholar of world politics.

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