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Brainstorm for better policies

Universities can help untie life's knotty problems, writes ANU Public Policy Fellow GABRIELE BAMMER.

Smashing the glass ceiling

Why are women still under-represented on the nation's boards, underpaid by employers and under-recruited in job interviews, asks ALISON BOOTH.

Middle class welfare – are we hitting the target?

Child poverty could be on the increase due to changes in Family Tax Benefit, write PETER WHITEFORD and GERRY REDMOND.

A nomad's life

Ben Hillman writes of a pastoralist fortune-teller and the joys of a nomadic Tibetan life.

Inside the US Senate

Crawford School student Josh Machin got to spend three months seeing the inner workings of the US Senate thanks to the American Australian Association-ANU Congressional Internship and Research Fellowship Program.

Is Japan's economy at risk?

The three arrows of Abenomics are targeting Japan's financial stagnation, writes Peter Drysdale.

Malaysia edges towards change

Malaysia was faced with some big choices at the general election, but chose not to make a change. So how Anwar Ibrahim was defeated and what comes next?

Land locked

A rush from investors to snap up millions of hectares of Indonesian farming land masks a range of significant problems with land acquisition.

Myanmar's golden promise

Myanmar's rapid economic and political transformation offers a new chapter in Asian development, writes PETER DRYSDALE.

Growing market access

Increasing access to international markets should not come at the cost of strengthened and overly restrictive intellectual property rights, writes SHIRO ARMSTRONG.

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