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31 January 2022

Be brave like a tiger: Lunar New Year explained

Lunar New Year, also named the Spring Festival, is the most important celebration in the Chinese calendar and this year...

31 January 2022

Joint statement: One year after the military coup in Myanmar

On 1 February 2022, people in Myanmar will mark the first anniversary of renewed military dictatorship with protest and resistance.

28 January 2022
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Pat Turner Scholarship a big step towards mastering public policy

Tim Holt’s career is about to take a big step forward after receiving a Pat Turner Scholarship to study a...

20 January 2022

Australians managing COVID risks ‘on their own’

Australia is entering a new phase in the pandemic where we are managing more risks on our own, according to...

18 January 2022
Ash covering Nomuka, Tonga, following the volcano

“Deep concern” for cut off Tonga

Two Tongan academics at The Australian National University (ANU) say panic and a lack of clear information are hampering search...

14 January 2022
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Omicron wave crashing retail supply chain and workers

The Omicron wave of COVID-19 is causing mass disruption to the Australian retail sector’s current supply chain issues,...

21 December 2021
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Listen up: the ANU pods from 2021 you must hear

It’s been another big year for the podcast and no surprise that our thought leaders at The Australian National University...

13 December 2021
Professor Warwick McKibbin

Lack of direction leaves climate policy in chaos

Both sides of politics lack leadership when it comes to establishing clear climate policies, according to a leading public policy...

26 November 2021

Solomon Islands riots reflect deeper unrest

Civil unrest in the Solomon Islands is not surprising and highlights long-standing development and governance challenges, according to experts at...

25 November 2021

COVID-19 pandemic leaves permanent scar on retail workers

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a massive toll on Australian retail workers, with more than one-in-two experiencing increased hostility and...


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