Thailand’s stark choice
As Thai opposition leader Suthep Thaugsuban calls protestors to arms, the country is heading for civil conflict, writes Andrew Walker.
MacIntyre moves to senior leadership role at RMIT
Professor Andrew MacIntyre, Dean of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific, has announced he will be stepping down from his position at the end of February 2014.
Finding voice in the face of change
Burma’s youth are the future of that country but are too often ignored or marginalised by the state and politics, writes Jacqueline Menager.
The two Timor-Lestes
ANU is hosting a two day Timor-Leste Update, where the country’s challenges and victories will be discussed in full.
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No engagement with ‘The Bachelor’
Reality TV’s big romantic finale offered Australia its picture-perfect image of Asia – a place without Asians, writes Andrew Walker.
National award for Dr Carol Hayes
Dr Carol Hayes has received an Award for Teaching Excellence at the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
Sewage problems add to typhoon tragedy
Frequent typhoons, combined with a flat topography prone to flooding, make the Philippine capital’s heavily polluted waterways a cauldron for waste-related disasters, writes Ally Adigue.
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People-to-people connections are essential to restoring the Indonesia-Australia relationship, if Australia is to move on from a spying scandal, says an expert from ANU.