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04 April 2013
Trevor Wilson. Photo by Jimmy Walsh.

Journey man

In a diplomatic and academic career spanning decades, Trevor Wilson has witnessed some of the biggest developments in our region, writes BELINDA CRANSTON.

03 April 2013
Should we have annual football fixture between Australia and Indonesia? Image by simply01 on flickr?

Doing business with Asia no numbers game

Australian businesses may be lagging behind when it comes to speaking the region's languages, but that doesn’t mean introducing Asia-experienced boardroom quotas is the answer, writes TALAL YASSINE.

03 April 2013
A family stays at Siem Reap's Angkor Children's Hospital. Photo by Belinda Lawton.

Healthcare for the helpless

Not-for-profits the best hope for healthcare in developing countries, writes BELINDA THOMPSON.

03 April 2013

See no evil

The Internet is opening the world's eyes to violence against Myanamar’s Rohingya, writes SARAH LOGAN.

02 April 2013
Aid by Julien Harneis on flickr.

A good global citizen in tight times

It's time for the Coalition to push for aid effectiveness, writes STEPHEN HOWES.

02 April 2013
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un. Photo by AAP.

Chinese whispers won’t hush war talk

Calls for China to clamp down on North Korea’s aggressive actions are unrealistic, warns expert.

02 April 2013
'Shadow run' by Jessica Hioe.

Student keeps eyes on the prize with photo comp win

Black and white image of Indonesia wins first place in inaugural photo competition.

28 March 2013
Newly elected Vanuatu Prime Minister Moana Carcasses talks to local media. Photo courtesy Centre for Democratic Institutions, ANU.

Social media signals shift in Vanuatu politics

In the revolving door of Vanuatu politics, social media is offering voters more transparency.

27 March 2013
GFC by wwworks on flickr.

Stimulus a shelter from GFC storm

Stimulus payments helped Australia's poor shelter from the GFC storm, says researcher.

27 March 2013
Australian PM Julia Gillard meets with Myanmar's President Thein Sein. Photo by AAP.

Getting behind Myanmar's reforms

With Myanmar President Thein Sein's recent visit to our shores – the official visit in almost 40 years – Australia can and must get behind Myanmar’s ambitious political reforms, writes TREVOR WILSON.


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