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Largely overlooked in the federal budget was a measure that will push more people into the black economy
What might television look like in a year’s time, in a few years’ time, in a decade?
Successive Indonesian administrations have failed to reduce the grievances that fuel Papua's independence movement. Will Indonesia’s new President, Joko Widodo (Jokowi), do any better?
A credit downgrade may be just the catalyst required to spark Canberra into action.
As production of New Zealand's 2015 Defence White Paper gets underway, it is worth acknowledging the substantial challenges that have emerged in the international security environment over the past five years.
High quality grey literature too often gets lost in the large volume of reports that are produced. But there are ways of improving policy impact and bringing important research to the fore.
An overview of recent Russian activities in Southeast Asia
The tragedy of immigrants’ wasted potential in Australia.
The legal and moral justifications for state-sanctioned killing have become increasingly blurred.
Women and gender relations are missing from most authoritative texts on management. What has gone wrong?
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