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Managers are advised to be decisive. But sometimes the best thing to do is nothing, writes Jenny Stewart.

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Is it possible for the international community to protect civilians from mass atrocities?

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Food security isn't just an issue for developing countries; in Australia we've already experienced the perils of food shortages. UNSW Canberra's Dr Alec Thornton explains.

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Technological and economic change is empowering a new group of people to push for greater access to opportunities, rights and protections, writes Lindy Edwards.

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Despite the hype about its capabilities, there are questions about the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter's operational readiness, writes Steven L. Jones. 

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An international conference at UNSW Canberra this week will examine the changing landscape of global labour markets, wages and working conditions. 

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There is no doubt that plebiscites are powerful indicators of public opinion, but when it comes to complex public policy questions, they can detract from good decision-making, writes Jenny Stewart.

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Australian truck drivers suffer daily near-misses and injuries, fearing each day could be their last, according to new research.

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The ACT Government has awarded UNSW Canberra $750,000 to create a world-class Space Mission Design Facility and to jointly develop a ground station for quantum encrypted satellite communication.

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Trump's attacks on the Fed have raised questions about its independence, but there is more to good governance than that, writes Usman W. Chohan.

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