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Aid effectiveness: the price of asylum seeker cost shifting

A decision to reallocate $375 million in aid spending to cover asylum seeker costs will come at a high price for aid effectiveness, writes STEPHEN HOWES.

Myanmar: on the move

Myanmar is a country undergoing rapid economic, political and social change writes ANTHONY SWAN.

Australia’s Kyoto 2 target: shaking up our thinking

FRANK JOTZO analyses Australia's emissions target at the Doha climate conference.

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.

Malcolm Turnbull speech to Crawford School of Public Policy

The Hon Malcolm Turnbull, Federal Member for Wentworth and Shadow Minister for Communications and Broadband, gave this speech at the launch of the Asia & Pacific Policy Studies journal on July 19.

Gas guzzlers fuelled by shrinking petrol tax

Australia is stuck in the slow lane while other countries speed ahead in fuel efficient vehicles, writes PAUL BURKE.

Harnessing federalism: the missing key to successful reform

The 2012 Sir Roland Wilson lecture by Mr Paul McClintock AO, Chairman of the COAG Reform Council.

China’s growth puzzle

There are urgent economic challenges ahead for China’s new government, writes PETER DRYSDALE.

Australian aid to Afghanistan

The Australian Senate has set itself a tough task by choosing to evaluate the effectiveness of Australian aid to Afghanistan, write STEPHEN HOWES and JONATHAN PRYKE.

Japan: an election for what or to where?

Shinzo Abe may have won a decisive victory in Japan's general election, but behind the numbers lies disquiet about the country's future direction, writes PETER DRYSDALE.

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