War should not be considered a “normal” response to dispute resolution, argues Ian Bickerton.
Apparently, teachers and principals have no need to hear about research on international education policy and are too sensitive to deal with “controversial” ideas, write Kalervo Gulson and Andrew Gibson.
Historian Dr Lisa Ford has been awarded the prestigious Max Crawford Medal for her contributions to enriching the cultural life of Australia.
Early intervention to prevent homelessness could save taxpayers millions of dollars, an Australian-first study has found.
If Australia is truly to ''do what it said'', it needs bolder policy positions to take to the UN Security Council, writes Jeni Whalan.
Anne Summers has used a UNSW speech to renew her call for a halt to the gender-based “hatred and vitriol” directed at Prime Minister Julia Gillard.
An urgent revision of HIV prevention practices is required in Australia, warn the authors of an annual report of trends in behavior.
While there is nothing new about countries or companies wanting to protect intellectual property for commercial reasons, it has seldom been considered a national security problem, writes Alan Dupont.
Prime Minister Julia Gillard has used a visit to UNSW education students to launch a national campaign to find Australia’s favourite teacher.
In light of the challenges facing Australia's ageing workforce, the traditional retirement age needs to be redefined, argues Rafal Chomik.