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15 March 2013
Photo by Bert Van Dijk on flickr.

China comes clean on carbon emissions

China is seeing through the smog and making major inroads towards reducing carbon emissions through clean energy.

15 March 2013
Winston Set Aung. Photo by Jimmy Walsh.

Myanmar Update kicks off at ANU

Scholars from around the world have gathered at ANU for the 2013 Myanmar/Burma Update.

15 March 2013
Police officers in radiation protection suits bow their heads to offer prayers in silence for tsunami victims in Namie, near the striken TEPCO's Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant in Fukushima prefecture on March 11, 2013. Photo by Yoshikazuo Tsuno/AAP.

Japanese Government playing down Fukushima disaster

Two years on Japan's nuclear meltdown is still being blamed on nature, says expert.

14 March 2013
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Building a modern Myanmar

A new program at ANU is helping to re-build Myanmar and train the nation's professionals.

13 March 2013
South Korea’s Preisdent Park Geun-hye (right) receives official Chinese letters from Liu Yandong, an official of the Communist Party of China.

Competing for soft power in Asia

Public diplomacy rarely boosts the ‘soft power’ of Asian states, write IAN HALL and FRANK SMITH.

12 March 2013
James Newman (centre) with ANU College of Asia and the Pacific Dean, Professor Andrew MacIntyre (left) and Director of the Crawford School Professor Tom Kompas. Photo by Jimmy Walsh.

Scholarship helps Indigenous scholar go with the flow

Inaugural Garrurru Scholarship winner to help drive Australian water reform.

11 March 2013
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Rising without wires

HAMISH McDONALD takes a look at India’s hotline to modernity and the nation's mobile phone revolution.

08 March 2013
Industry. Photo by mugley on flickr.

Unpicking productivity

New research from the Crawford School is set to help lift the nation's productivity by providing better public policy.

07 March 2013
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Asian century is so last, last century

The 21st century paints a familiar picture of the past, writes THOMAS DUBOIS.

07 March 2013
Australia's largest open pit mine in Kalgoorlie. Photo by neelaka on flickr.

Beware a bottom line blowout: McKibbin

Poor taxes and election promises will leave gaping holes in the budget, warns economist.


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