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Setting standards

Public servants could have new professional accreditation standards through a project involving Crawford School's Professor Janine O'Flynn.

Healthcare for the helpless

Not-for-profit medical providers are the last best hope for people needing care in developing countries. So why are they underfunded and neglected? By Belinda Lawton.

Australia’s emissions projections: bleak but too pessimistic

The carbon pricing policy is likely to go further towards meeting Australia's emissions targets than the Government's projections suggest, writes FRANK JOTZO.

Building blocs to bridge fragile states

Fragile states are a little less fuzzy and more focused after wise, well-timed talks in Timor-Leste, writes ROBIN DAVIES.

Key recruit for National Security College

One of Australia’s leading international relations experts, Dr Michael Wesley, has been appointed Professor of National Security.

Not made in China

Japan has a home-grown national security obsession writes AMY L CATALINAC.

Risky business

Why are women underpaid in comparison to men? And what’s the solution? Academic, author and Public Policy Fellow Alison Booth thinks finding the answer may mean revisiting our past.

Measuring China's harmony

China's new generation of leaders have an opportunity to lead the world towards a sustainable, fair and harmonious future, writes ROBERT COSTANZA.

Where to next for aged care reform?

Minister for Mental Health and Ageing The Hon. Mark Butler MP will be the keynote speaker at a special one-day forum tomorrow aiming to light the road ahead towards policy reform in Australian aged care.

China's reach in the Indian Ocean

Far from being competitors, India and China are increasing their cooperation, writes PETER DRYSDALE.

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