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PhysOrg
Tiny DNA 'legs' walk with record fuel efficiencyor "nanowalker," reported to date, using approximately one fuel molecule per st
Tiny DNA 'legs' walk with record fuel efficiency
PhysOrg / Posted 7 hours ago
or "nanowalker," reported to date, using approximately one fuel molecule per step. Researchers Meihan Liu et al. at the National University of Singapore have published a paper on the DNA nanowalker in a recent issue of ACS Nano. The tiny motor... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Fatigue, injuries hamper Pocari in Bali Pure rematchFILE—Pocari Sweat during its game against National University in the Shakey’s V
Fatigue, injuries hamper Pocari in Bali Pure rematch
Inquirier.net / Posted 8 hours ago
FILE—Pocari Sweat during its game against National University in the Shakey’s V-League Season 13 Open Conference. Tristan Tamayo/INQUIRER.net It was the fumbling sequel to an otherwise shocking original. In the first game between Pocari Sweat and... Read more
8h
PhysOrg
Despite advantages, cross-discipline research has a lower chance of receiving fundingHay Bringing together researchers from a range of fields can help solve complex
Despite advantages, cross-discipline research has a lower chance of receiving funding
PhysOrg / Posted 8 hours ago
Hay Bringing together researchers from a range of fields can help solve complex problems, but research from The Australian National University (ANU) has found interdisciplinary research is consistently short changed. Lead researcher Professor... Read more
8h
Business Wire
Justin Dolly Joins Malwarebytes as the Company’s First Chief Information Security Officerboard of directors for SecureAuth Corporation and is a key advisor to Illumio.
Justin Dolly Joins Malwarebytes as the Company’s First Chief Information Security Officer
Business Wire / Posted 8 hours ago
board of directors for SecureAuth Corporation and is a key advisor to Illumio. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from the National University of Ireland. In 2016, Malwarebytes made a number of appointments to its Board of Directors including... Read more
11h
Rappler
Who are the Robredo sisters?undergraduate degree from the Ateneo de Manila University. While she was study
Who are the Robredo sisters?
Rappler / Posted 11 hours ago
undergraduate degree from the Ateneo de Manila University. While she was studying, Tricia was courtside reporter for the National University in the University Athletics Association of the Philippines. She continues to appear on-camera for some... Read more
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The Financial Express
Draft National Education Policy 2016: 20 Salient featuresof public-funded institutions. 19) Research, Innovation and New Knowledge a)
Draft National Education Policy 2016: 20 Salient features
The Financial Express / Posted 13 hours ago
of public-funded institutions. 19) Research, Innovation and New Knowledge a) A clear reorientation of research agenda of National University of Educational Planning and Administration (NUEPA) will be undertaken to reflect actual issues on the... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Randy bandicoots good to gofor Booderee. They breed multiple times each year, with a 12-day gestation peri
Randy bandicoots good to go
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 13 hours ago
for Booderee. They breed multiple times each year, with a 12-day gestation period. Picture: Chris MacGregor Australian National University researcher Chris MacGregor, who is supporting a Parks Australia program to reintroduce threatened... Read more
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Daily News
Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe tipped to be CB Governor in the interim?international Monetary Fund (IMF) as an Alternate Executive Director. He recei
Dr. Nandalal Weerasinghe tipped to be CB Governor in the interim?
Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
international Monetary Fund (IMF) as an Alternate Executive Director. He received his Phd in Economics from the Australian National University. However, it was rumoured earlier that Deputy Governor P. Sanmarasiri would also be considered for the... Read more
15h
Channel NewsAsia
PUB to explore use of drones for surveillance, water managementearlier that it is testing the use of robot swans to monitor the water quality
PUB to explore use of drones for surveillance, water management
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 15 hours ago
earlier that it is testing the use of robot swans to monitor the water quality of reservoirs. Jointly developed by PUB, the National University of Singapore’s (NUS) Environmental Research Institute and the Tropical Marine Science Institute, the New... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Number of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater: professorreassuring that there might be more species out there, because they could also
Number of plant and animal species could be 10 times greater: professor
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 hours ago
reassuring that there might be more species out there, because they could also be falling extinct without our knowledge. His letter to Nature was co-written by Paul Oliver from the Australian National University. More stories from South Aust... Read more
21h
The Mercury News
Christen: Project Labor Agreements are bad for Santa Clara County taxpayersPLAs because contractors aren't going to allow money to be stolen from their wo
Christen: Project Labor Agreements are bad for Santa Clara County taxpayers
The Mercury News / Posted 21 hours ago
PLAs because contractors aren't going to allow money to be stolen from their worker's paychecks. This study, conducted by National University, looked at over 500 school construction projects in California. Accounting for all variables, the study... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Beijing vows to ignore tribunal's ruling on South China Sea. But can it?certain islets and jurisdiction of their corresponding maritime zones, Marina T
Beijing vows to ignore tribunal's ruling on South China Sea. But can it?
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
certain islets and jurisdiction of their corresponding maritime zones, Marina Tsirbas, a policy expert at the Australian National University, wrote recently in the Diplomat. “This is the difference between claiming that the South China Sea is an... Read more
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The Scientist
Interdisciplinary Research Attracts Less FundingMeeting of the Global Research Council in New Delhi this May, said evolutionary
Interdisciplinary Research Attracts Less Funding
The Scientist / Posted yesterday
Meeting of the Global Research Council in New Delhi this May, said evolutionary ecologist Lindell Bromham of the Australian National University in Canberra, who led the newly published study. “Although there was a strong conviction among people that... Read more
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Canberra Times
ANU's Jane Stapleton breaks 500-old glass ceilingAustralian National University Law Professor Jane Stapleton has broken through
ANU's Jane Stapleton breaks 500-old glass ceiling
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Australian National University Law Professor Jane Stapleton has broken through one of the thickest glass ceilings in academia – becoming the first woman to be elected Master of Christ's College Cambridge. While the college was founded by Lady... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Ateneo loses players anew as Tolentino, Cani move to FEUthe Year and former San Beda juniors star, transferred to reigning UAAP champio
Ateneo loses players anew as Tolentino, Cani move to FEU
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
the Year and former San Beda juniors star, transferred to reigning UAAP champion Far Eastern University. Cani, who powered National University to the 2013 UAAP juniors crown to bag the Finals MVP, also joined the Tamaraws. Pingoy, a former UAAP... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
June 23 1994 - the Day French Troops Entered Rwandasoldier Major Félicien NGIRABATWARE, was a direct witness. A member of the FAR,
June 23 1994 - the Day French Troops Entered Rwanda
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
soldier Major Félicien NGIRABATWARE, was a direct witness. A member of the FAR, in 1994, he was a student at the National University of Rwanda at the faculty of LAW at MBURABUTURO in Kigali. He rejoined the army on 13th April 1994 and was... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Coach Mubiru to Bank On Experience in USAKampala — Coach Rashid Mubiru believes The Mighty Cranes, the national universi
Coach Mubiru to Bank On Experience in USA
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Kampala — Coach Rashid Mubiru believes The Mighty Cranes, the national university netball team, has the necessary experience to compete decently at the second World University Netball Championship due July 12 in Florida, USA. Of the 12 students... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Ateneo Eagles Tolentino, Cani bound for FEUwere both blue-chip recruits. The former was once the juniors division’s Most V
Ateneo Eagles Tolentino, Cani bound for FEU
Pilipino Star / Posted yesterday
were both blue-chip recruits. The former was once the juniors division’s Most Valuable Player during his stint with the National University, while the latter was one of San Beda high school’s top talents. Tolentino went on to win the UAAP’s... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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The Young Witness
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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Western Advocate
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
10 related stories
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Kiama Independent
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
10 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
10 related stories
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The North West Star
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia and New Zealand's re-engagement with Suva not working: experta new era in the relationship, which she described as a "work in progress". Bu
Australia and New Zealand's re-engagement with Suva not working: expert
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
a new era in the relationship, which she described as a "work in progress". But Professor Jon Fraenkel from the Australian National University told Pacific Beat diplomatic re-engagement with Suva has not delivered better outcomes. "For many years... Read more
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Daily Liberal
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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The Border Mail
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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The Border Mail
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
The Border Mail / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
10 related stories
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The Courier
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
The Courier / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
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The Courier
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target.
$200m tipped into landfill firms by government's Direct Action dubbed a 'waste'
The Courier / Posted yesterday
from burning the methane as part of the government's Renewable Energy Target. Paul Burke, an economist at the Australian National University, said the landfill industry "has clearly got a very good deal" out of existing schemes such as the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New electric mesh device wraps around the heart to deliver electrical impulsesA research team led by investigators at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (B
New electric mesh device wraps around the heart to deliver electrical impulses
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
A research team led by investigators at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC) and Seoul National University has developed a new electric mesh device that can be wrapped around the heart to deliver electrical impulses and thereby improve... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Northern Daily Leader / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
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The Young Witness
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
The Young Witness / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
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The Financial Express
Brexit impact on India, China: Complicating rulesnotwithstanding Brexit. The author is senior research fellow and research lead
Brexit impact on India, China: Complicating rules
The Financial Express / Posted yesterday
notwithstanding Brexit. The author is senior research fellow and research lead (trade and economic policy) at the Institute of South Asian Studies, the National University of Singapore. E-mail: isasap@nus.edu.sg Twitter@amitendu1. Views are pers... Read more
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Western Advocate
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Western Advocate / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Kiama Independent / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Manning River Times / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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The North West Star
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
The North West Star / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Daily Liberal
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveawayswhole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social
Pensioners and the unemployed pay for our election giveaways
Daily Liberal / Posted yesterday
whole thing had never happened. A calculation by a former department of social security analyst provided to the Australian National University suggests they will be $3.60 per week worse off. Morrison has not only taken away a benefit, he's also... Read more
10 related stories
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Canberra Times
ANU student reworks Game of Thrones opening for CanberraA medical student at the Australian National University has reworked the Game o
ANU student reworks Game of Thrones opening for Canberra
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
A medical student at the Australian National University has reworked the Game of Thrones opening credits, replacing Westeros' landmarks with Canberra's. The detailed animation includes Parliament House, Black Mountain and the Telstra Tower, passing... Read more
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The Age
Ziggy Switkowski and NBN Co's raid on the caretaker conventionsthe rule. It says more about the NBN than about the conventions themselves, whi
Ziggy Switkowski and NBN Co's raid on the caretaker conventions
The Age / Posted yesterday
the rule. It says more about the NBN than about the conventions themselves, which remain firmly in force. Richard Mulgan is an emeritus professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. richard.mulgan@anu.edu... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Ziggy Switkowski and NBN Co's raid on the caretaker conventionsthe rule. It says more about the NBN than about the conventions themselves, whi
Ziggy Switkowski and NBN Co's raid on the caretaker conventions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
the rule. It says more about the NBN than about the conventions themselves, which remain firmly in force. Richard Mulgan is an emeritus professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy at the Australian National University. richard.mulgan@anu.edu... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Aust researchers close in on herpes treatmentof the virus - have healed, waiting to erupt again during times of stress. But
Aust researchers close in on herpes treatment
Sky News Australia / Posted yesterday
of the virus - have healed, waiting to erupt again during times of stress. But now researchers at Canberra's Australian National University have discovered that even in this dormant stage of infection, the key damaging genes of HSV may be... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Brexit effect on global securityFellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, in the Bell School, College
The Brexit effect on global security
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Fellow at the Strategic and Defence Studies Centre, in the Bell School, College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. He tweets at @JohnBlaxland1. Comments (0) Please read the House Rules, FAQ and ABC Online Terms of Use... Read more
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Sky News Australia
Russia arms sales undermine Aust advantagesuperiority. Professor Dibb, a former senior defence official and now professo
Russia arms sales undermine Aust advantage
Sky News Australia / Posted 2 days ago
superiority. Professor Dibb, a former senior defence official and now professor of strategic studies at the Australian National University, says western sanctions on Moscow, prompted by its 2014 intervention in Ukraine, would make it more... Read more
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The Manila Times
Puno pushes federalismto change values,” he said at the same forum. Eduardo Araral, vice dean of the
Puno pushes federalism
The Manila Times / Posted 2 days ago
to change values,” he said at the same forum. Eduardo Araral, vice dean of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore, said changing the system will take time. He advised the PDP-Laban, the political party of... Read more
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