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07 March 2013

Asian education set for HECS

A very Australian idea on funding higher education has been taken to the world.

06 March 2013

Broken truce more bark than bite

North Korea's nuclear threats against US hollow, says leading expert.

06 March 2013
North Korea leader Kim Jong-un. Photo by AAP.

Provocations signal push for peace

North Korea may be trying to push the US into signing a peace treaty, says expert.

04 March 2013
Sunrise over ancient Bagan, Myanmar. Photo by javarman3/ istockphoto.

Myanmar under the microscope

Myanmar’s recent transformation and march towards democracy examined at major conference.

04 March 2013

Islands of love, islands of risk

Research from Papua New Guinea’s Trobriand Islands is revealing how sex-positive cultures could help prevent the spread of HIV.

04 March 2013
Megan Poore.

Be a pen pusher for a PhD

If you’ve got pens to be pushed, or folders you’ve forsaken then contact the Stationery Exchange.

28 February 2013
Photo courtesy AAP.

Stern words from the South leave North cold

South Korea's new president outlines increasingly cautious approach to engaging North Korea.

27 February 2013

Risqué, risk and research

Student-driven conference to examine the risqué and risky in Asia and the Pacific.

27 February 2013
Photo by Espos on flickr.

Shrinking petrol tax fuelling gas guzzlers

Petrol tax is fuelling Australia’s continuing reliance on gas guzzlers and putting the brakes on fuel efficient vehicles.

27 February 2013
Indian farmers, harvesting tea, increasing face extreme weather and climate challenges. Photo by CGIAR Climate on flickr.

Students aim to put a Hult on global food crisis

ANU students are set to step up to the plate and present models to solve global food security issues.


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