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21 August 2012

Speaking to the world no tongue twister with new diploma

A new ANU diploma of languages to give students greater access to regional languages.

21 August 2012

Stuck in the mud

After 11 years of bloodshed and fighting, three military experts offer their insights on the war in Afghanistan and what the future holds for the war-torn state.

18 August 2012
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High price of population policy

China’s one-child policy has effectively curbed the overpopulation of China and fuelled economic growth, but has brought significant...

16 August 2012

Plain packaging win could still burn government

Cigarette plain packaging legislation could still face challenges from tobacco companies at the international level, says expert.

16 August 2012

Australia needs to re-prioritise for the Asian century

Navigating the Asian Century requires a major re-think of Australia's national strategies, says a leading expert.

13 August 2012

Future proofing

Dr Ken Henry on improving the level of Australian public policy and bringing fresh thinking to the nation’s biggest challenges and opportunities.

10 August 2012

Researchers uncover ancient Pacific site's world heritage

Archaeologists help Palau win the first world heritage site for a Pacific small island developing state.

09 August 2012

Seeing through the smoke of China's Dragon Year

Reading between the lines of China’s ‘official story’ will be a lot easier thanks to a new book being launched at ANU.

08 August 2012

Exporting disarmament

Selling uranium to India could make help nuclear non-proliferation and make the world safer, writes CRISPIN ROVERE.

08 August 2012

Scholarships to help Indigenous students hit the books

Indigenous students will be given a much needed boost to their university studies thanks to a new scholarship launched by the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.


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