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12 February 2013
Trekking on the Singing Sands Mountain (Dunhaung, Gansu Province, China). Photo by Josh Leslie.

Exhibition puts Asia Pacific students in the frame

Photo comp shows-off our students experiences' in Asia and the Pacific.

12 February 2013

College seeks voices of a new generation

Applications are now open for the 2013 Global Emerging Voices program.

11 February 2013
Alicia Mollaun.

Chinese connections

PhD scholar Alicia Mollaun heads to China to build bridges between Australian and Chinese universities.

11 February 2013

The whole Hedley

The practice of peace is what really drove one of the world’s best IR thinkers, Hedley Bull, writes IAN HALL.

07 February 2013
Photo by Edward Wray on Wikimedia.

Chaos by committee

A new study reveals how the Indonesian parliament really works.

07 February 2013
Photo by Sajjad Hussain /AFP.

Democracy denied

EMMA CAMPBELL asks why it’s taken so long for India to deal with endemic sexual assault.

06 February 2013

Pre-poll rate rise a possibility

An interest rate rise could be on the cards in the lead up to the general election.

06 February 2013
Japanese Coast Guard patrol the waters around the disputed Senkaku/Diaoyu islands. Photo by Al Jazeera English on flickr.

History repeating

Escalating territorial tension in East Asia echoes Europe’s descent into world war, write JOHN BLAXLAND and RIKKI KERSTEN.

06 February 2013
Photo by Edward Musiak on flickr.

Saving the fish in Asia and the Pacific

Urgent action is needed to prevent irreversible damage to the region’s fisheries, writes TOM KOMPAS.

05 February 2013
Minegishi Minami's tearful apology and new look hair. Image from YouTube.

Japan pop scandal a hair-raising issue

A sex scandal, shaved head and tearful YouTube apology reveal the dark side of Japan's pop world.


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