While the US is critical of Australia's recent cuts to defence spending, what matters is not how much you spend, but how and where you spend it, argues Alan Stephens.
The world should bypass the UN because it is politically paralysed, argues Ned Dobos.
The discovery of a forgotten collection of banned books by UNSW Canberra’s Nicole Moore brings to life the colourful history of Australian censorship.
Why would the ACT Treasurer throw out a perfectly respectable source of revenue - stamp duty - and narrow the tax base? asks Jenny Stewart.
Using bumblebee aerodynamics to enhance flying robots and research to improve aircraft engine reliability has won two PhD students from UNSW Canberra Amelia Earhart Fellowships.
Is it time for a truce between proponents of the differing perspectives of the Anzac legend, asks military historian Craig Stockings.
Improving our understanding of armed conflict and its impact on society is the focus of a new research centre launched at UNSW Canberra.
It's just as important to have the skills to know how to interpret and make use of the ever-proliferating range of data, writes Jenny Stewart.
Australia's decades-long counter-insurgency military strategy has been a failure, argues Alan Stephens.
A new form of bushfire behaviour has been identified by a team of researchers from UNSW Canberra and ACT emergency services.