Professor Brian Schmidt outlines how using science with urgency, scale and collaboration can help prevent catastrophic climate change.
By Dr Adam Henschke
Trust, once lost, is hard to repair. The rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine will require public health officials to pay...
President Joe Biden has also learned some crucial lessons from President Barack Obama's missteps, Professor Wesley Widmaier says.
Donald Trump is likely to finish his term in office, but may be banned from being a presidential candidate in 2024, Dr Charles Miller says.
China and Russia will be tempted to exploit the chaos facing the United States, according to Emeritus Professor Paul Dibb.
The vast majority of Australians are satisfied with how educational institutions adapted learning and teaching during COVID-19.
Gambling rates in Australia dropped off significantly during the height of COVID-19 restrictions, according to new ANU research.
Australian adults have lost the equivalent of $338 billion in life satisfaction due to COVID-19, new ANU analysis shows.
“It’s time for a national security strategy – or perhaps more accurately a national interest strategy,” Professor Rory Medcalf says.
Thailand's political direction remains unclear, according to Dr Gregory Raymond.
Almost three-in-five Australians say they will definitely get a COVID vaccine once it is available, new ANU analysis shows.
The report on the Afghanistan Inquiry into alleged war crimes by members of the Australian Defence Force has been released.
COVID-19 infection rates in the UK, France and Belgium are much higher than reported and up to 17 times higher in Italy, new data shows.
Australia and Japan are expected to reach a defence agreement that entrenches an “elevated strategic relationship”, Dr Shiro Armstrong says.
A young Aboriginal mother carrying her daughter was instrumental to an 1836 colonial expedition exploring the Darling and Murray rivers
A new paper outlines roadmap and "circuit breaker" in deteriorating political relationship.
New analysis shows a sharp increase in psychological distress among 18- to 24-year-olds.
New ANU analysis counts the cost of pandemic on workers and the economy.
In stark contrast to the jubilant mood for Myanmar's landmark election in 2015, the 2020 election feels like an afterthought, writes...
This year is "highly likely" to be remembered as the year the Australia-China trade war began if the Chinese Government slaps more trade...