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Morrison’s decision to recognise West Jerusalem met with negativity
We need to have a more nuanced discussion about academic freedom
Dr Kayli Wild has co-authored an article in the Women and Birth Journal, entitled Responding to violence against women: A qualitative study with midwives in Timor-Leste.
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Huawei executive’s arrest carries highly charged politics with it
New research reveals how journalists are faring after redundancy
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Given the stiffening US view of China, cooling tensions won't last
Is there an author whose reputation could ever rival Shakespeare's?
ARC funds 10 research projects
APEC 2018 may come to be seen as the moment the US reasserted itself
US-China tensions at APEC summit leave cooperation in doubt
The most comprehensive timeline for early human evolution unveiled
Creative arts graduates show off their work
After one year since the marriage equality vote, the fight is not over
The differences in Morrison and Shorten's foreign policy approaches
The statue depicts India’s first deputy Prime Minister
The earliest European image of Aboriginal Australians has been found