New book lays Gallipoli legend to rest

The Gallipoli campaign of 1915 was flawed from the start, destined for failure and should not be a story solely about the ANZACs, according to ANU war historian Dr Rhys Crawley.

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Lone Pine cemetery at Gallipoli, the final resting place of many ANZAC soldiers. Photo by Esther Lee on flickr.

More than a wing and a prayer

New Joint Strike Fighters will give Australia the edge, says defence expert.

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The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. Photo from fotopedia.

PNG still struggling with sorcery related killings

Papua New Guinea needs to do more to address the long-standing issue, says an expert from the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific.

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Meri, a victim of sorcery-related violence. Photo by Vlad Sokhin.

Boom times and boom gates

On Myanmar’s borders with China everything is for sale – including people, reports OLIVIA CABLE.

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A Chinese soldier patrols the border with Myanmar. Photo by AFP.

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