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Not made in China

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

Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young speech at the launch of the National Security Strategy.

ANU Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Young's speech at the launch of the National Security Strategy by Prime Minister Julia Gillard.

The productivity conundrum

The year ahead is likely to see increased debate and discussion about Australia's productivity and competitiveness, writes CHRISTOPHER VAS.

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.

Top thinker welcomed back

Former CEO of Universities Australia Professor Glenn Withers AO has returned to ANU as a professor of economics in the Crawford School of Public Policy.

Unpicking productivity

What does productivity actually mean? And what happens to the economy if we aren’t able to make satisfactory progress in increasing it? Those are some of the questions addressed in a new issues paper.

Apply for a US political internship

Applications are now open for the 2013 American Australian Association-ANU Congressional Internship and Research Fellowship.

Carbon cuts in growing economies

Moving to low-carbon electricity generation has been the key route to achieving the largest emission reductions internationally, according to new research.

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