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02 August 2012

Public can be private when it comes to service

How to avoid the perils and pitfalls of outsourcing public services to private firms is the subject of a new...

31 July 2012

Mural paints a different picture of the Pacific

Celebrated artist takes new ideas about the Pacific to create colouful and visually stunning mural.

30 July 2012

College congratulates two new Laureate Fellows

Two College professors have won major Laureate Fellowships from the Australian Research Council.

27 July 2012

Tipping the scales of law towards development

New initiative to build on ANU expertise in law, governance and development.

27 July 2012

College sweeps the Future Fellowships field

The ANU College of Asia and the Pacific has bagged an impressive haul of seven ARC Future Fellowships.

26 July 2012

Disaster victims would pay for power, not police

Australians in natural disaster hot spots are willing to pay more for food and services but not police, according to new research from ANU.

20 July 2012

Hard power too soft for democracy

US foreign diplomacy is failing the people of Egypt says a leading diplomacy expert and former US ambassador.

20 July 2012

Science can sow the seeds of food security

Linking breakthrough plant science with public policy can help feed the world's poor.

19 July 2012

New society to improve region's public policy

New society at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy brings together the region and world's best public policy minds.

18 July 2012

Falling short

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


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