Clarke Jones, Australian National University
Over the past year, Australia – like many other countries around the world – has been...
By Robert Douglas, Australian National University and Lynne Reeder, Federation University Australia
The principle of compassion lies at...
Aboriginal communities are vital for fragile ecosystem management, write co-authors, ANU academics Jon Altman and Craig Moritz.
By Elizabeth Sturgiss, Australian National University and Christine Phillips, Australian National University
You would expect women to...
By Hamza Bendemra, Australian National University
The 66th Formula 1 season is about to get underway this week at Albert Park, in Melbourne...
By Rob Bray, Australian National University
To those Australians who would agree with John Howard’s statement that “it would be out of step...
The 2015 Intergenerational Report delivers a range of very good news, despite some interpreting it as doom and gloom, writes Peter Whiteford
Infrastructure isn't just roads, bridges and rail, writes Professor Brian Schmidt.
By Nigel Martin, Australian National University and John Rice, University of New England
In this reporting season it would be hard to find...
By Matthew Dornan, Australian National University
I met Ali on a flight from Fiji to Funafuti, an atoll in the tiny Pacific island nation...
The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute has revisited the Henry Review on tax, as the government prepares to release its tax white paper.
In the conversation that is occurring around mandatory retention, we should pay attention to how the laws and metadata are being described
Criticism of Peta Credlin, the prime minister’s chief of staff, has been making headlines, writes Dr Maria Maley.
By Dustin Welbourne and Will J Grant, Australian National University
Hundreds of hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute, and...
Dr Clarke Jones from the Regulatory Institutions Network gives his thoughts on the Prime Minister's National Security Statement.
Australia Post’s first half results, released today, mark more bad news for our national letter carrier.
Changing the census from a 5 year to a 10 year cycle is risky, writes CAEPR's Dr Nicholas Biddle.
PhD Candidate Hannah McCann explores the questions raised around whether the Fifty Shades of Grey film depicts abuse.
Associate Professor Martyn Kirk looks at how food gets contaminated and what the public should do to avoid getting sick.
Valentine’s Day is becoming increasingly important to the cultural makeup of Australia, writes Dr Renata Grossi from the Freilich Foundation