UNSW has strengthened its affiliation with the Sydney Writers' Festival, becoming a major partner of the iconic literary event.
The chance of success for Kofi Annan's plans in Syria is slender. Should his initiatives fail, the crisis could become catastrophic, writes Anthony Billingsley.
Defence Minister Stephen Smith needs to provide strategic direction to his department in order to regain the respect of the defence force, argues Professor Alan Dupont.
The unemployed are worse off now in real terms than 15 years ago and are falling further behind, according to a new analysis by Professor Peter Whiteford.
Australia’s military must re-evaluate its role post Afghanistan or risk failing to adapt to new international challenges, leading security analyst Professor Alan Dupont warns.
Continuing bomb attacks in Iraq show sectarian tensions have not been resolved in the wake of the US military withdrawal and could be a portent of more upheaval to come, warns Dr Anthony Billingsley.
PhD student Rosemary Grey travelled to The Hague to witness the International Criminal Court's first verdict in its 10-year history.
The viability of Australia’s strategy to sustain good relations with India and China has been debated in a public lecture by security expert, Rory Medcalf.
The Kony 2012 campaign suggests that human rights action is only a click away, but social media vigilantism will never replace the rule of law, argue Louise Chappell and Rosemary Grey.
Learning Indonesian should be a national priority argues Jo Coghlan, yet undergraduate enrolments in the subject have plunged by 70 percent.