Feeding the multitudes
Poverty reduction initiatives and improved agricultural productivity are the keys to achieving food security in Asia, writes PETER WARR.
'Price collar' could break climate deadlock
The world needs to move away from only setting national carbon emission targets, and instead supplement these with an agreed maximum and minimum carbon price that clearly measures the effort it takes to reach these targets, according to new research.
Little green lies
From policy to politics through to personal decisions, thinking ‘green’ is changing our lives in numerous and profound ways. But are those decisions based on the best evidence? PROFESSOR JEFF BENNETT writes that we need to look out for ‘little green lies’.
An experience to turn you 360 degrees
A new intensive study tour will give participants the chance to completely immerse themselves in China in the company of some of the world's greatest experts on the country.
Chief Justice tackles Indonesian constitution
The leading Indonesian legal scholar, politician and Chief Justice of the Constitutional Court of Indonesia Mohammad Mahfud MD will discuss constitutional and legal reform in his country at the Crawford School on Monday.
Natural allies a world apart
There is much to be gained in forging stronger ties, if only Australia and India can learn to get along, writes RAMESH THAKUR.
The Canberra Experiment
Public Policy Fellow Professor Stephen Dovers is on a mission to show that Canberra has something unusual to offer and that public policy isn’t as dull as it sounds.
Can Pakistan find a way?
Pakistan needs to rebuild its languishing economy if it's to have any chance of tackling terrorism and other violence, writes PETER DRYSDALE.
Disadvantage move welcomed
The announcement of a move towards greater cooperation between peak bodies for business, trade unions and social services has been welcomed by Crawford School social issues expert Professor Peter Whiteford.