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27 March 2013
HMAS Anzac's Ships Boarding Team prepares for boarding operations in International Waters in the Middle East Area of Operations.Photo by Department of Defence.

New strategies for strategic thinking

ANU students have taken their views to the top with a recent submission to the 2013 Defence white paper.

26 March 2013
A Special Operations Task Group soldier shields his face from the dust as a CH-47 Chinook aircraft takes off during a mission in Oruzgan. Photo by Department of Defence.

Troops and treasure still needed in Afghanistan

Australia needs to commit funding and elite forces to Afghanistan after draw down, says expert.

26 March 2013
A Rohingya woman and young child. Photo by Greg Constantine.

In their eyes

A new photographic exhibition is helping people see the world through the eyes of Burma’s persecuted Rohingya, writes OLIVIA CABLE.

25 March 2013
A US F/A-18E flies over the East China Sea. Photo by US Navy on flickr.

Australia and Asia's new geopolitics

Australia needs to keep its eyes on potential regional flashpoints, says leading international relations expert.

25 March 2013
Part of the coal loading facility at Kooragang Island, NSW Australia. Photo by eyeweed on flickr.

Carbon scheme makes Australia a world leader

Australia’s carbon tax may be a political “hot potato” but on the global stage it’s a leader, says World Bank executive.

25 March 2013
A billboard featuring South Korean actor So Jisup and bra.

Who's a pretty boy then?

Cosmetics and surgery are putting a new face on male beauty in South Korea, writes BELINDA CRANSTON.

22 March 2013
A US solider on patrol in Iraq. Photo by US Army on flickr.

A decade older, a decade wiser?

Ten years after the invasion of Iraq, ANDREW CARR asks whether the US has learnt anything from the war.

21 March 2013
An Australian soldier outside the Australian Coalition Operating Base in Baghdad. Photo by Mateus 27 on flickr.

Counting the cost of Iraq

Ten years on, it's hard to see how invading Iraq was good for Australia, writes HUGH WHITE.

21 March 2013
Nuclear testing at the Bikini Atoll. Image from Robert Huffstutter on Flickr.

Nuclear weapons: the state of play

A new ANU report warns that there is diminishing global enthusiasm for nuclear disarmament.

21 March 2013
Rachel Kyte.

World's poor to suffer worst of climate change

Climate change has the potential to cause devastation to the world’s poor, says World Bank expert.


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