Why is it that we want strong democracies for ourselves, but "economic czars" for others, asks Usman Chohan.
UNSW has partnered with universities across the state to offer scholarships for refugees who will be resettled in NSW over the next 18 months.
The government’s proposals to restrict Australians travelling to war zones, while not as invasive as some measures adopted overseas, do impose an onerous burden on travellers, writes Sangeetha Pillai.
Iraq is facing an assault on its sovereign integrity from Islamic extremists that is testing the organs of the state, writes Anthony Billingsley.
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.
For many veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan, the war never ends. Dogged by post-traumatic stress disorder, many also have drug and alcohol problems. In the latest issue of Uniken, we hear how UNSW research is helping change their lives.
As the eyes of the world remain firmly on the United States, a lecture will be held this week examining the American empire and the implications of that for the rest of the world.