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Stalling democracy

Study paints a pessimistic picture of international relations.

Health policy failing Asia

The struggle to cope with complexity.

The price is rice

The high cost of food security.

The cost of broken promises

US back-flip sinks Pacific nation’s earnings.

The crowded chasm: the place of science in the Australian government

Policymakers are developing more sophisticated approaches to science and evidence, says PAUL HARRIS.

Scientists and policymakers: wave goodbye to the valley of death

We need to ditch misleading metaphors which imply that linking science to innovation or policy is the task of heroic pioneers writes PAUL HARRIS.

Growing solutions, harvesting answers

How can policymakers ensure adequate and stable supply of food, especially to the world's poorest people? That's one of the big questions to be addressed by the new Food Policy Institute.

The social network

Good social policy means taking a long-term view according to Peter Whiteford, Director of the new Social Policy Institute at Crawford School.

Free but not equal

In today’s neoliberal world freedom may be taking away our right to be treated equally, writes MARGARET THORNTON.

Sharing the benefits

How to fairly share and redistribute the money generated from reducing deforestation in Indonesia will be the subject of a new four-year $1.6 million research project to be led by Crawford School’s Professor Luca Tacconi.

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