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05 September 2018

Dramatic vegetation changes in the past hint at dire future

New research highlights the urgent need to move towards an emission-free global economy

05 September 2018

Pushing forward the global agenda on the social determinants of health

Shifting the focus to the societal level to reduce inequalities in health outcomes

04 September 2018

Julie Bishop’s aid and development legacy

Stephen Howes discusses the legacy former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has left on the aid and development spheres.

04 September 2018

Playing to Australia’s strengths in the Bay of Bengal

David Brewster argues that Australia needs a regional networking strategy for the Bay of Bengal as the Eastern Indian Ocean has become contested waters and Australia needs to act.

04 September 2018

China’s vaccine scandal shows that its immune system is weak

Sacha Cody discusses the issues associated with vaccines in China within the context of their latest vaccine scandal.

03 September 2018

Getting realistic about the South Pacific

James Batley discusses Australia's see-sawing history of engagement with the South Pacific.

03 September 2018

Re-educating China on religious liberty

China’s mass incarceration of religious minorities poses new questions for Australia and the world.

03 September 2018

We need magic, not misery, from the wizards of Aus

If we click our heels together three times, will Australia end up with better leadership?

31 August 2018

Study: Governments must act now or face global water tragedy

Tackling the problems of irrigation efficiency

30 August 2018
The Four Flashpoints book cover

Launch of “The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War”

Associate Professor Brendan Taylor’s new book The Four Flashpoints: How Asia Goes to War has been described as a “timeless”...


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