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18 July 2012

Falling short

A Gusmão-led CNRT coalition government is looking most likely for Timor-Leste, write SUE INGRAM and ARMINDO MAIA.

18 July 2012

Developing world can gain from brain drain

Income-contingent loans are key to improving education systems in the developing world, says leading expert.

17 July 2012

No dancing around the polls when scoring votes

Experts stack up the numbers on political polling and voters' opinions.

17 July 2012

Fault lines

In the wake of parliamentary elections, doesTimor-Leste has to choose between democracy and unity, asks JOANNE WALLIS.

17 July 2012

Dr John Hewson joins ANU

Former Leader of the Liberal Party appointed honorary professorial fellow in the Crawford School of Public Policy.

13 July 2012

Looking large

Australia needs to wake up to the sleeping giant next door, writes HUGH WHITE.

12 July 2012

Going public with good policy

Some of the world’s biggest public policy challenges will be tackled at a week-long event taking place at ANU.

12 July 2012

Over the rainbow

A loose coalition of up to four political parties, or ‘rainbow alliance’, is the most likely result of Timor-Leste’s recent parliamentary elections, write SUE INGRAM and ARMINDO MAIA.

09 July 2012

Asia to claim the limelight on world stage

Global economic trends mean the smart money is on Asia ruling in the 21st century, says a panel of leading experts.

09 July 2012

Australia needs to go back to school on Asia

Australia needs to invest in education on Asia, says a leading expert.


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