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Water world

Life on South Asia’s shifting river islands.

Climate change project gets the axe

Disappointment over peatland project decision.

Coming to terms with Asia

US experts get to grips with the Asian Century.

Good things come in threes

Crawford School academics Professor Peter Drysdale, Dr Ann Nevile, Dr Kuntala Lahiri-Dutt and Dr Keith Barney have been awarded three high-profile Australian Research Council (ARC) linkage grants.

Improving women’s participation in PNG politics

Why is supporting women’s attempts to get into formal politics in PNG so important, write ANTHONY SWAN and GRANT WALTON of the Development Policy Centre.

Assistant Treasurer launches Institute

The new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School will play an essential role in public debate about tax reform, Assistant Treasurer the Hon David Bradbury said at the Institute's launch.

Taking science policy to Tokyo

Paul Harris appointed as Science Counsellor for Japan.

Tax and Transfer Policy Institute launch

The Hon David Bradbury MP, Federal Member for Lindsay, Assistant Treasurer and Minister Assisting for Deregulation will launch the new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School of Public Policy on Thursday.

Dealing with dependency

Resource dependent countries like Ghana and Indonesia need to promote trade and productivity-boosting policy change, according to the authors of a new paper from the HC Coombs Policy Forum.

Building better partnerships

Academics need to think beyond just building an evidence base if they want to inform policy and have better collaboration with government, according to the Executive Director of the HC Coombs Policy Forum.

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