13 May 2013 | This paper investigates the potential for Twitter to act as one possible gateway to communities within the wider online network of the extreme right, given its facility for the dissemination of content.
20 May 2013 | Health systems in many low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) in the Asia-Pacific region can be characterised as mixed public-private systems, with common features such as blurred boundaries between public and private sectors, low government investment in public services and ineffectual policies and institutions for regulating health care.
09 May 2013 | This paper seeks to contextualise Australia’s bilateral relationship with the Islamic Republic of Iran upon the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations, and at a time when the potential for military conflict is escalating.
16 May 2013 | This report argues that Australia and the United States should focus on cooperating with China in aid and investment activities that support Pacific Island development priorities rather than building new security arrangements designed to compete with or manage China.
13 May 2013 | This article considers the growing child poverty problem in New Zealand and the immediate and long-term consequences of poverty, and examines whether legislation addressing child poverty is required.
08 May 2013 | This report examines the situation following the withdrawal of UN peacekeepers from Timor-Leste in December 2012 after two successful elections that demonstrated the young country's stability.
07 May 2013 | This report examines the political fallout from the Aceh provincial legislature’s adoption of a regulation on 25 March making the banner of the former rebel Free Aceh Movement the province's official flag.
25 August 2007 | Providing an introduction to good practice in ‘offshore' education, this 2007 guide draws on the international codes of practice, case studies of large-scale successful overseas programs and reports of quality assurance bodies.
22 August 2011 | Aiming to assist women who have experienced human rights violations, and been failed by processes in Australia, this guide can be used to seek redress from international complaint mechanisms.
25 April 2013 | Professor Warwick J. McKibbin, ANU Chair in Public Policy, Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis in the Crawford School of Public Policy, outlines some key issues in the global economy and gives insight into these questions using a global intertemporal general equilibrium model.
14 February 2013 | Reporting on the ground as the dramatic events unfolded in Cairo’s Tahrir Square during the 18 days of the 2011 Egyptian revolution, Soueif witnessed the impact of the revolution on the people campaigning and celebrating in the streets, as well as on the writers and artists working in the city.