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The truth about war and peace

The 10th anniversary of the Iraq war is a terrible reminder of a betrayal of trust and democracy, writes RAMESH THAKUR.

The rise of Maoists in Nepal

Nepali politics is navigating its way to the possibility of a people's democracy, write RAMESH SUNAM and KESHAB GOUTAM.

Global poor to suffer worst of warming

Climate change has the potential to cause devastation to the world’s poor and could undo decades of development hard work, according to a senior executive from the World Bank.

Be a pen pusher for a PhD

If you've got pens to be pushed, folders you've forsaken or your stationery has been too long stationary then the Stationery Exchange wants to hear from you.

Government's Murray plan risky: academic

New research challenges the water saving measures that form a key platform of the Australian Government’s proposed Murray-Darling Basin Plan.

Scholarship helps Indigenous scholar go with the flow

The inaugural Garrurru Scholarship winner will use his time studying at the Crawford School of Public Policy to help drive Australia’s water reform agenda.

Students put a Hult on global food crisis

Crawford School students are set to step up to the plate and present models to solve global food security issues, as part of this year's Hult Prize.

Chinese connections

A Crawford School student is to head to China as part of a new program aiming to encourage greater cooperation between Australian and Chinese universities.

PNG budget under the microscope

Papua New Guinea’s 2013 budget was in the spotlight at a special National Budget Forum.

Asylum plan threatens aid effectiveness

A government decision to divert part of its aid budget to covering the costs of asylum seekers risks undermining aid effectiveness, according to Development Policy Centre Director Professor Stephen Howes.


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