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2017/09/05 | Dr Anthony Bergin
Why Academic Researchers are Struggling to Influence National Security
National security policymakers in Australia need the advice and expertise of academics, and academics need to do more to engage with those in a position to put their ideas into practice, Anthony Bergin writes.
2017/08/07 | Tyler Prochazka
Curing the ‘Ghost Island’: Why Taiwan Needs Basic Income
Sun Yat-sen believed that the benefits from natural resources, monopolies and property should be shared amongst all citizens. This is precisely the philosophy behind UBI, argues Tyler Prochazka.
2017/07/12 | Andrew MacIntyre
Singapore Rolls the Dice with Bold Education Reforms
Andrew MacIntyre takes a look at how an aging population and slow growth is driving dramatic education reform in Singapore – with fascinating results.
2017/04/27 | C. Cindy Fan
Worlds Apart: Split Households and Migrating Masses in China
With the increased prevalence of both spouses engaging in migrant work, many rural villages in China now have a hollowed-out age structure, namely, only the young and the old stay behind.
2017/01/27 | Kate Bailey
BOOK REVIEW: 'Academic Diary: Or Why Higher Education Still Matters'
Presenting a collection of diary-style entries as though from a single academic year, Les Back chronicles three decades of his career in 'Academic Diary: Or Why Higher Education Still Matters.' The book offers witty and thought-provoking insight into such topics as writing, PhD supervision, viva examiners and dealing with academic colleagues, as well as reflecting on some of the serious challenges facing higher education today. Kate Bailey anticipates that this book will become a firm favourite that will be read, and re-read, for years to come.
2016/11/26 | Huw Slater
A Climate Agreement That May Survive
The Paris Agreement is not the only climate change treaty to be signed in the past 12 months.
2016/10/30 | David Green
Germany: Taiwan Must Do More to Communicate Industrial Policy
'The need for improved communications is an important but also sensitive topic.' In a rare move from the diplomatic community in Taipei, Germany's representative in Taiwan speaks out about a muddled policy platform and lack of communication. Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs responds.
2016/09/20 | J. Michael Cole
OP-ED: China the Twelve Year Old
For far too long we have allowed the tyrant child to determine our actions. This must stop. We must stop fearing it.