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04 February 2014
Thai anti-government protesters on the streets of Bangkok. Photo by AFP.

Thailand's 'Days of our Strife'

It has all the ingredients of a daytime soap. But Thailand’s political drama isn't fiction and makes for troubling viewing.

04 February 2014
Photo by AFP.

Thailand’s election means the battle continues

This weekend’s election has left Thailand facing the prospect of ongoing instability and disruption.

03 February 2014
A young Australian nation must come face-to-face with its national flag. Photo by AFP.

Flying a fresh flag

According to military historian JOHN BLAXLAND, Australia's national flag is outdated. He looks at the history of a symbol that has seen its day.

03 February 2014
A Thai anti-government protestor. Photo by AFP.

Polls and protests: Thailand’s political problems set to continue

Thailand’s political turmoil is set to continue, despite the country going to the polls yesterday, says a leading ANU expert.

31 January 2014
Photo by AFP.

Ballots over bullets

Will Thailand's opposition forces accept Sunday's election outcome?

28 January 2014
Missiles. Photo by Daniel Foster on flickr.

Number one with a bullet

Strategic and Defence Studies Centre named best university-based think tank in Australia.

28 January 2014
A Thai man kneels as he pays respect to the body of Thai anti-government protest leader Suthin Tharathin at a Buddhist temple, killed during weekend anti-government protests.

Thai election will still go ahead: expert

Upheaval on the streets of Bangkok is unlikely to stop Thailand's general elections.

22 January 2014
Photo by Austronesian Expeditions on flickr.

Mind your language

Up to 30 early career researchers from Pacific Island nations converge on ANU, for this year’s Pacific Research Colloquium.

21 January 2014
Australian foreign minister Julie Bishop and her Indonesian counterpart Dr Marty Natalegawa. Photo by AFP.

Australia’s die-hard diplomacy

Australian politicians have had foreign policy ‘greatness’ thrust upon them but aren’t flying the flag of success, writes SUSAN HARRIS-RIMMER.

10 January 2014
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and former NMA star Dennis Rodman. Photo by AFP.

Holding court

Ex-NBA star Dennis Rodman’s visit to North Korea highlights the West's failure to meaningfully engage with the Hermit Kingdom.


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