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12 December 2012
Des Ball. Photo by Darren Boyd.

Insurgent intellectual

In a career of almost 50 years – 25 at ANU as special professor – Des Ball has been an academic of both reflection and action.

11 December 2012
Andrew Walker. Photo by Belinda Pratten.

Spirits and serendipity

The most interesting research sometimes comes from taking the road less travelled, writes ANDREW WALKER.

11 December 2012
Professor Philip Alston. Photo by Tyrone Mason.

International action needed to stop covert killings

Leading international law expert warns covert killings are eroding the rule of law.

11 December 2012
Japan Self Defence Force T-4 Blue Impulse fighter jets fly in formation. Photo by ARTS_FoxFire1 on Flickr.com

Alliance with Japan carries risk

Leading defence expert Hugh White warns against the potential risk involved in an Australia-Japan alliance.

07 December 2012
ANU Chancellor Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AC QC presides over the ceremony. Photo by Stuart Hay.

First graduates from new Military Studies Program

More than 150 students have graduated from the innovative ANU-ACSC Military Studies Program.

07 December 2012
Photo by Gemstone on Flickr.com

Price collar could break climate deadlock

The world needs to move away from only setting national carbon emission targets, according to new ANU research.

05 December 2012
Students try thier hand at Chinese calligraphy. Photo by Tyrone Mason.

Camp gives students taste of Japan and China

Two-day study camp immerses high school students in Chinese and Japanese language and culture.

05 December 2012
Photo by Proimos /Flickr.com

Setting standards

A new project seeks to give public servants new professional accreditation standards and enhance public service delivery.

05 December 2012
Singapore's Marina Bay. Photo by fototrav/ istockphoto.com

Time to shift focus back to Southeast Asia

Australia needs to re-focus on Southeast Asia if it is to successfully engage with the Asian century, says expert.

04 December 2012
Emilia Pires. Photo by James Giggacher.

New deal the key to development

Timor-Leste’s Finance Minister calls for greater independence for developing countries in setting their own development agenda.


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